There must have been a lot of confusion amongst the ISIS faithful about what Islam allows for with regard to captured Kaffir women. So, helpfully, ISIS have published a pamphlet expalining everything is simple-to-understand FAQ format. The Middle East Media Research Instititue have translated it into English… so let’s have a look:
“Question 1: What is al-sabi?
“Al-Sabi is a woman from among ahl al-harb [the people of war] who has been captured by Muslims.
“Question 2: What makes al-sabi permissible?
“What makes al-sabi permissible [i.e., what makes it permissible to take such a woman captive] is [her] unbelief. Unbelieving [women] who were captured and brought into the abode of Islam are permissible to us, after the imam distributes them [among us].”
“Question 3: Can all unbelieving women be taken captive?
“There is no dispute among the scholars that it is permissible to capture unbelieving women [who are characterized by] original unbelief [kufr asli], such as the kitabiyat [women from among the People of the Book, i.e. Jews and Christians] and polytheists. However, [the scholars] are disputed over [the issue of] capturing apostate women. The consensus leans towards forbidding it, though some people of knowledge think it permissible. We [ISIS] lean towards accepting the consensus…”
“Question 4: Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female captive?
“It is permissible to have sexual intercourse with the female captive. Allah the almighty said: ‘[Successful are the believers] who guard their chastity, except from their wives or (the captives and slaves) that their right hands possess, for then they are free from blame [Koran 23:5-6]’…”
So, what have we learned so far? It’s okay to capture Kaffir women. The Iman gets to distribute them – can we assume he keeps the best for himself? And, as he’s Muslim, ‘the best’ probably means the youngest. Once the Muslim has his captured Kaffir women he can have sex with them. Let’s continue…
“Question 5: Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female captive immediately after taking possession [of her]?
“If she is a virgin, he [her master] can have intercourse with her immediately after taking possession of her. However, is she isn’t, her uterus must be purified [first]…”
What the hell does purified mean?
Questions 6 to 12 seem to be all about the intricacies of slave ownership. What happens to the slave when the owner dies, can a man have sex with his wife’s slave, can he kiss another man’s slave and so fourth. At Question 13 things get very Islamic indeed…
“Question 13: Is it permissible to have intercourse with a female slave who has not reached puberty?
“It is permissible to have intercourse with the female slave who hasn’t reached puberty if she is fit for intercourse; however if she is not fit for intercourse, then it is enough to enjoy her without intercourse.”
“Question 16: Can two sisters be taken together while taking slaves?
“It is permissible to have two sisters, a female slave and her aunt [her father’s sister], or a female slave and her aunt [from her mother’s side]. But they cannot be together during intercourse, [and] whoever has intercourse with one of them cannot have intercourse with the other, due to the general [consensus] over the prohibition of this.”
“Question 17: What is al-‘azl?
“Al-‘azl is refraining from ejaculating on a woman’s pudendum [i.e. coitus interruptus].”
“Question 18: May a man use the al-‘azl [technique] with his female slave?
“A man is allowed [to use] al-‘azl during intercourse with his female slave with or without her consent.”
Well, this is all terribly fascinating. The faithful Muslim may own a pair of Kaffir women who are neice and aunt but he may not engage in a threesome with them. Their rules are so exacting!
“Question 19: Is it permissible to beat a female slave?
“It is permissible to beat the female slave as a [form of] darb ta’deeb [disciplinary beating], [but] it is forbidden to [use] darb al-takseer [literally, breaking beating], [darb] al-tashaffi [beating for the purpose of achieving gratification], or [darb] al-ta’dheeb [torture beating]. Further, it is forbidden to hit the face.”
That’s good isn’t it? A disciplinary beating is fine but a sadistic one is forbidden. I wonder how this is enforced?
Question 20: What is the ruling regarding a female slave who runs away from her master?
“A male or female slave’s running away [from their master] is among the gravest of sins…”
“Question 21: What is the earthly punishment of a female slave who runs away from her master?
“She [i.e. the female slave who runs away from her master] has no punishment according to the shari’a of Allah; however, she is [to be] reprimanded [in such a way that] deters others like her from escaping.”
Some of this is a bit vague… “the gravest of sins”, “reprimanded in such a way that deters others”. I guess we can imagine what such punishments may be based on what we know about Islam and those who follow it.
Anyway, it’s all very predicatble nonsense really. Exactly the sort of stuff you’d expect of the pig-hating paedophile cult and the mental defects who follow it.
By the way, if you were thinking that these rules are the anomolous nonsense of ISIS and not representative of Islam; it’s worth pointing out that all this capturing-prepubescent-Kuffir-girls-for-rape is pretty much what the Rotherham taxi drivers were doing.
And look at this, some enterprising person has a blog documenting – at some length – the culture of Islamic child rape in Britain. There’s even a map:
Muslim child rape gangs: there’s a lot of ’em
The map is originally from Kafir Crusaders blog.