In this image (obtained from Wikipedia), the gray area is the territory controlled by ISIS.
A couple of weeks ago, ISIS made news for martyring children who refused to renounce their Christian faith. This story was hardly surprising, and in fact, it was depressingly only one of the smaller outrages against humanity they’ve committed. Not content to stop there, we’ve received news this week of even more of their barbarism this week.
First of all, we need to remember that ISIS is one of the worst perpetrators in the War on Women. Fresh off news from last week that the terrorist organization has published pamphlets on how to properly sexually exploit and abuse women and underage girls, we find news of what happens when women and children don’t submit to these horrors. Mary Chastain over at Breitbart brings to our attention a report from the Iraqi Ministry of Human Rights that at least 150 women have been executed after they refused to have sex with members of the terrorist group:
“At least 150 females, including pregnant women, were executed in Fallujah by a militant named Abu Anas Al-Libi after they refused to accept jihad marriage,” said the Ministry. “Many families were also forced to migrate from the province’s northern town of Al-Wafa after hundreds of residents received death threats.”
The militants buried the victims in mass graves in the city. The families who left lost many children after they were stranded in the desert.
This might receive some coverage in Western media. It should be one of the leading news items over the next few days, but perhaps it doesn’t offend feminists and their media enablers as much as restrictions on the right to slaughter unborn children or rape stories with only tenuous connections to the truth.
Meanwhile, it has also come to our attention that the Islamic State has published an official penal code for the territories under its control. It is unsurprisingly harsh. Adam Kredo at the Washington Free Beacon explains:
The Islamic State (IS) has published it own penal code, which harshly penalizes actions such as sodomy and blasphemy with punishments including execution, crucifixion, lashing, and the severing of limbs, among other penalties.
IS (also known as ISIL or ISIS) issued the detailed document as a “warning and a reminder to people living under its rule” that any behavior not in accordance with strict Islamic law will be cruelly …read more