Female Jihadis Fatally “Bite” Young Girl For Stepping Outside Her Home


A ten-year-old Iraqi girl, Faten, was barbarically tortured to death by ISIS in front of her grief-stricken mother using a medieval device.

The Daily Mail reports that the young girl’s mother was asked by a female member of the Hisbah police whether she or her daughter should suffer the horrific punishment after her daughter stepped over the threshold of her home while cleaning.

The mother elected to have her daughter undergo the treatment because she believed her daughter would be “bit” by a person. However, the group of female jihadis, known as al-Khansaa brigade, used a metal torture device (shown below) to “bite” Faten until she later bled to death, says the report.

Similar "biter" torture device used to punish young Iraqi girl.

A similar “biter” torture device used to administer the punishment to young Iraqi girl.

Strict rules imposed in Mosul ban women from leaving their homes.  In fact, many are housebound for months, according to one report.

Mosul residents told Sputnik Arabic that they regularly see children being horrifically tortured at the hands of the terrorist group.

A woman identified as “S” told reporters of a woman who died after sustaining died after sustaining 30 lashings for lifting her veil. She also claimed young Iraqi girls are often targeted for abuse by the “morality police” since the city came under ISIS control in 2014.

“S” added that Mosul residents have to adhere to a strict dress code and keep their bodies covered with all-black clothes while also covering their faces with two layers of veils that obstruct breathing.

A “morality police” was created to ensure that rules are enforced. It has been reported that enforcers roam the streets to ensure compliance, and are granted the power to issue fines or lashings as punishment.

Female members of the al-Khansaa brigade (above).

Female members of the al-Khansaa brigade (above).

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Here are some of the other rules Iraqi women must adhere to, or else risk enduring harsh, and often deadly, punishments:

strict rules

H/T: Daily Mail


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