This video says about itself:
28 March 2013
The Tunisian Minister of Religious Affairs has rejected a so-called ‘sexual fatwa’ that calls on young Muslim girls to show their support for Syrian Islamist fighters by providing them with sexual services.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Saturday 17 Aug 2013, 10:10
Hundreds of women, particularly from North Africa and the Middle East, are in the “sex jihad” in Syria. They are often lured under false pretenses to the country to provide sexual services to the fighters.
Correspondent Frank Renout spoke with a Tunisian lawyer, much of whose work is about jihadists. During his work he found out about Tunisian women who went to Syria. According to the lawyer, they were mainly recruited in mosques where the women were told that supposedly a bright future awaited them.
“For example, people tell them they will find a bridegroom in Syria. And that, for some Muslim women, is a ‘ticket to heaven’” says Renout. “If they marry a Muslim warrior who dies during the jihad, then not just he is supposed to go to heaven, but they also get a license to go to heaven.”
Upon arrival in Syria, it often turns out it is just about sex. In some cases it is enforced sex. Women who returned to Tunisia were sometimes pregnant and told about rape, the lawyer said.
Also families knocked at the lawyer’s door who had lost their daughters. Who proved often to also have been recruited and who are in Syria now.
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