Sunday, February 10, 2019

Syria:What does the world do with Hundreds of ISIS brides

(Kurdistan)  With the fall of the last ISIS stronghold inside Syria, hundreds of foreign ISIS brides have been captured by Kurds. The problem is very few of their home countries want anything to do with. The worlds media have descended on one such camp where these women are being kept. Quite a few are unrepentant regards ISIS, how life under Sharia law was wonderful,  and how the keeping of slaves is acceptable. However the majority claim that they didn't know what ISIS was doing, how they were duped and how they (and their husbands) only carried out humanitarian work. That angle is coming up a lot nowadays and unfortunately a lot of do-gooders in the West believe them and are demanding that these poor innocent women be brought home.

One such example is 28 year old 28-year-old Dura Ahmed from Toronto. Who covered from head to toe in  black niqab, told her tale of how she moved over to Syria from Canada four years ago at her husband’s urging.She claimed she knew nothing of ISIS or what was happening inside Syria before she travelled, which is strange seeing as the 2 years before she relocated to Syria, she spent 2 years being taught English and Middle Eastern studies. When asked if she had heard of the countless executions or the murder and enslavement of Yezidi women.
“Briefly, just briefly I heard about some executions taking place,”
As for the Yezidis, she remained non-plussed.
“When I came here I heard. I haven’t seen one but…,” she laughed. “Well, having slaves is part of Sharia [Islamic law]. I believe in Sharia, wherever Sharia is. We must follow whoever is implementing the way, the law.”
Asked if she had any regrets she exclaims she has none.