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ISIS (Daesh) publishes guide authorising fighters to rape children

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ISISIslamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has published a shocking guidebook for its fighters on how to treat captured Yazidi women, allowing its followers to beat and trade them, and authorising them to rape slave girls – even if they have not reached puberty.

The manual, titled Questions and Answers on Taking Captives and Slaves, has been reportedly drawn up by the Islamist group’s research and fatwa department.

The document justifies the taking of non-Muslim women as sabaya (sex slaves) and gives detailed answers to 29 questions as to how fighters should behave with them.

Senior Islamic State leaders started circulating the document on Twitter accounts on Friday and was distributed by masked IS fighters outside a large mosque in Iraq’s second city Mosul.

The document asserts that the women from other faiths such as Christians, Jews and polytheists and that “there is no dispute among the scholars that it is permissible to capture unbelieving women.”

It is further added in the document that the female captives and slaves can be both, sold, or given as a gift, “for they are merely property, which can be disposed of as long as that doesn’t cause the Muslim ummah [COMMUNITY]any harm or damage.”

According to the guidelines of the document, the women can be beaten but only to discipline them and the virgins can be raped after their “masters” have purchased them.

Approval of sex with the girls who have not reached puberty, is the most chilling with the guidelines asserting: “It is permissible to have intercourse with the female slave who has not yet reached puberty if she is fit for intercourse, “it says. “However, if she is not fit for intercourse, then it is enough to enjoy her without intercourse.”

The Washington-based Middle East Media Research Institute translated the Arabic manual into English after obtaining the document.

The document provides an insight into the likely fate of 5,000-7,000 Yazidis, mostly women and girls, who were kidnapped by the Islamic State fighters this summer.

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