CHARLOTTE, NC, December 18, 2014 – Finished your Christmas shopping yet? If not, ISIS has a sale on female sex slaves just in time for the holidays. Limit three to a customer (unless you are Turkish, Syrian or a citizen of a Gulf State). Gift wrapping is not included.
In case you are wondering, the exchange rate is only $86 per 100,000 Iraqi Dinar and prices vary according to age.
A 40 to 50 year Yezidi/Christian woman goes for the bargain basement rate of 50,000 dinar which translates to $43.
The most expensive group is between the ages of 1 and 9. Even so, that’s a great deal at only $172 per female.
Slaves are not listed as women, by the way. Instead the menu labels them as “Merchandise.”
The Islamic State has provided a detailed explanation of the theological reasons that justify the abduction of Iraqi Yazidi women and force them into sex slavery. Most importantly, the Islamic State online magazine (English version), known as Dabiq, has no qualms about admitting that sex slavery exists but further justifies the practice by saying it adheres to theological rulings of early Islam.
How can that be? Hasn’t President Barack Obama told use explicitly that “ISIS is not Islam?”
According to Islamic expert Robert Spencer of Jihad Watch, “women are captured in wartime and are considered the spoils of war. Islam avoids the appearance of impropriety, declaring that the taking of these sex slaves does not constitute adultery if the women are already married, for their marriages are ended at the moment of their capture.”
It is unnecessary to rely on Spencer as the source of justification for sex slavery among Muslims, however. One needs only to read the Koran, Surahs 4:3, 4:24 and 33:50 for validation.
The Koran is the most important holy book of Islam. It is the guidebook for how Muslims should live their lives on a daily basis. Somehow, the above Koranic verse must have been deleted from the copies of the Muslim apologists, including President Obama.
Of course, women who decide not to marry their jihadist captors or become sex slaves for militant Islamists can always opt for death.
No less than 150 Iraqi Yazidi women, some who were pregnant, were slaughtered on Tuesday in the western Al-Anbar province of Iraq. They were buried in mass graves in Fallujah.
According to a report from Iraq’s ministry of Human Rights, “Many families were forced to migrate from the province’s northern town of Al-Wafa after hundreds of residents received death threats.”
Walid Shoebat, a former Muslim Brotherhood convert who is now a prolific activist against Islamic extremism, writes that “Westerners think that bizarre sex dealings are restricted to ISIS. Misyar marriage, for example, is nothing more than legalized call girls and has branches globally including in the U.S. It was first sanctioned in Egypt and Saudi Arabia to only spread to several other Muslim nations. There are many websites used to facilitate the transactions. The most popular is (click here) for ‘lonely’ Muslim men who are on the road and are allowed to have sex with local Muslim women (who advertise themselves) in the area where the lonely Muslim male is traveling in which he can order his bride in the comfort of his hotel room by the touch of his keyboard.”
In addition to sex slave trafficking by ISIS, Pamela Geller says the terror organization has also recently published a pamphlet which provides followers of the Islamic State specific “guidelines on how to capture, keep and sexually abuse female slaves.”
So just remember, if holiday shopping has got you down, why not pick up a couple of sex slaves online. Does not include shipping and handling.
Bob Taylor has been traveling the world for more than 30 years as a writer and award winning television producer focusing on international events, people and cultures around the globe.
Taylor is founder of The Magellan Travel Club (www.MagellanTravelClub.com)
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