ISIS Document Obtained by U.S. Details Conditions for Having Sex with Female Slaves
Reuters has obtained yet another document from a trove U.S. special forces recovered during an ISIS raid, this one concerning a ruling on when a Muslim can have sex with a female slave.
Following the release of a document concerning organ harvesting, Reuters released a document in which theologians address this very disturbing issue of when it is okay to have sex with female captives.
For example, the ruling forbids it with any woman “until after she has had her menstrual cycle and becomes clean,” sex with pregnant women is not permitted, and neither is “caus[ing] her to abort.”
And it gets disturbingly specific from then on, like how only the “owner” of a female captive may have sex with her if he releases her––and not anyone else––or how if one “owns” two sisters, he cannot have sex with both of them. There’s even mention of “joint ownership” of a woman and how if two people capture the same woman, neither of them can have sex with her.
As for how to treat a captive, the ruling says, “The owner of a female captive should show compassion towards her, be kind to her, not humiliate her, and not assign her work she is unable to perform.”
If you want to see it for yourself, you can read the document here, via Reuters.
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