March 17, 2018

Evil ISIS fighters torture woman to DEATH for breaking Islamic dress code

SAVAGE Islamic State militants tortured a Syrian girl to death for allegedly violating the Islamic dress code.

The 21-year-old victim was tortured by an evil female jihadi known as Oum Farouq – operating on behalf of the murderous terrorist group.

The victim’s family received their daughter’s body but were left helpless because the Sharia Court supported the killing.

A family member: “She was harshly tortured. We have received her dead body full of physical effects of torture.

“The only judicial department in Manbij is the Sharia Court, which supports such crimes.”

Under the draconian rule of ISIS – also known as Daesh – women are forced to wear a black veil and are not allowed to go anywhere without a male companion.

The killing came after the twisted jihadi group murdered what is believed to be the first female citizen journalist reporting in ISIS territory.

Ruqia Hassan, who went by Nisam Ibrahim on social media, is the fifth journalist who reported on the depraved death cult to be killed since October.

Abu Mohammed, the founder of a citizen journalism group, tweeted that Hassan’s last words were: “I’m in Raqqa and I received death threats, and when Isis [arrests] me and kills me it’s ok because they will cut my head of and I have dignity its better than I live in humiliation with Isis.”

The evil terror regime has also notoriously kidnapped Yazidi women to use them as sex slaves.

Reports suggest than 7,000 young women and children have been kidnapped from their homes and sold into slavery in a chilling new moneymaking operation by the terror group.

The women are largely sold to the Middle East as sex slaves while the males go into servitude.

Over the past few months, the terror group’s coffers have been swelled by more than £170million as desperate Yazidi families paid ransoms to retrieve 250 women and children.

The evil terror regime has also notoriously kidnapped Yazidi women to use them as sex slaves

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