More reports of girls sold into Jihadist sexual slavery

More reports of girls sold into Jihadist sexual slavery

Tunisie-Tunis-jeunesfilles_20091215_OlivierChartrandOn the heels of Examiner.com reporting on roughly 100 Tunisian girls and women returning home from the Syrian civil war pregnant and infected with the AIDS virus, the Christian-centric news service CBN.com reported on Sept. 27, 2013, that a leading Tunisian government official has verified that girls from the North African nation have been forced to sexually service upwards of 100 jihaddists in the name of sexual jihad.

Tunisian Interior Minister Lotfi Bin Jeddo stated before the National Constituent Assembly that many of their girls and women have returned home:

Swapped between 20, 30, and 100 rebels and they come back bearing the fruit of sexual contacts [from pregnancies to diseases] in the name of sexual jihad and we are silent doing nothing and standing idle.

As noted by Examiner.com earlier this year, one of the leading Islamic clerics in Saudi Arabia, Sheikh Muhammad al-‘Arifi, issued a fatwa (religious ruling) authorizing Muslim women and girls from throughout the world to travel to Syria to surrender up their bodies to rebel fighters as so to relieve their pent-up sexual frustration while attempting to establish a hard-core sharia law caliphate in Syria.

One 16-year-old Tunisian girl detailed that her father ordered to have sexual relations with several jihadi “liberators.”

Earlier this year the Tunisian League for Human Rights called out Sheikh Muhammed al-Arifi  for issuing a fatwa (religious ruling) that permits Syrian Islamist gunmen to “temporarily marry” for as little as a few hours, girls as young as 14-years-old.


T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman

T. Kevin Whiteman is a retired Master Sergeant of Marines. He is the founder of the blog Unapologetically Rude and has written for Examiner and other blogs.

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