Day: December 10, 2014

‘Slavery for Dummies’: ISIS Publishes Horrific Guide for Sex Slave Owners

The Silent Soldier

December 10, 2014

The Counter Jihad Report:

Breitbart, by A.B. SANDERSON

Islamic-state-marching-Reuters

Isil militants have published a horrific document outlining how sex slaves can be treated, including with beatings and daily rapes. The pamphlet, which is dated Muharram 1436 (October/November 2014) and was printed by ISIS’s publishing house, Al-Himma Library, is titled Su’al wa-Jawab fi al-Sabi wa-Riqab (“Questions and Answers on Taking Captives and Slaves”).

The document was obtained by the US-based Middle East Media Research Institute who published full details of it on a website.

It was written by Isil’s “Department for Prisoners and Women’s Affairs”, presumably, says the MEMRI, in response to the uproar caused by the many reports this summer that ISIS had taken Yazidi girls and women as sex slaves.

It explains in sickening detail when a female can be raped by her captors, some of whom pay as little as £27 for each of their victims.

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Army Sergeant was Burned Alive to Save His Men – Now a General is Fighting for Him to Receive the Medal of Honor

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Sergeant Gary Mills was on fire.

He was trapped inside a burning vehicle, with hands burned so badly that he couldn’t open the door. Surely he and his fellow soldiers would die there.

But then the door opened, and a hand reached in and pulled Mills to safety. That hand belonged to Sgt. 1st Class Alwyn Cashe.

Now Brig. Gen. Gary Brito is fighting to see that Cashe is awarded the Medal of Honor.

In 2005, Cashe was there when a roadside bomb ruptured the Army vehicle’s fuel tank. Six soldiers were trapped inside as the vehicle burned, one of them Sgt. Mills. Cashe’s uniform was soaked in fuel, and there was enemy small arms fire to contend with. But Cashe went into the flames anyway, over and over again, even as his own uniform caught fire and he suffered second- and third-degree burns.

Eventually all six soldiers had been…

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