samedi 21 septembre 2013

Tunisia/Syria: The Tunisian "jihadists sex" in Syria*.

 
Do you know the " Jihad al-nikah or holy war sex?”

         The Minister of Interior Tunisian Lotfi Ben Jeddou confirmed at a hearing before the House of Representatives, that Tunisians went in Syria to "gender jihad"
and will satisfy the sexual needs of veterans.
The information was initially denied this summer. But on Thursday, the Minister of Interior Tunisian Lotfi Ben Jeddou confirmed at a hearing before the House of , that Tunisians went in Syria to "gender jihad "
and will satisfy the sexual needs of veterans. "They have sex with 20 , 30, 100 jihadists", he has said in the gallery of the National Constituent Assembly (N.C.A.), without specifying whether these figures correspond to the daily acts.
         He added: "After the sex they have in the name of jihad al-nikah (note: the holy war of sex), they come back pregnant".
Tunisian Minister did not say how many Tunisians have returned to Syria in this state and under what conditions they were supported. He does not specify either the number of young women who are or have been in Syria for this purpose, while the press evokes hundreds of such cases as hundreds of men went to fight the troops of President Bashar al- Assad. However, he felt that since he took office in March, "6,000 of our young people have been prevented from going there".

A new Salafi incongruity!


         Jihad al-nikah, allowing extramarital sex with multiple partners, is considered by some Salafi officials as a legitimate form of holy war. The Interior Ministry recently admitted tightened controls at airports to prevent the departure of men and women suspected of wanting to Syria.
         According to Tunisian media, thousands of Tunisians have joined, via Turkey and Libya, the ranks of jihadists over the past fifteen years across the world, in Afghanistan, Iraq and now Syria. The leader of Ansar Ashariaa, Senior jihadist movement in Tunisia, Abu Iyadh is thus a veteran of Afghanistan and co- led the group responsible for the assassination on September 9, 2001 of Massoud, leader of the anti-Taliban rebels.
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*Article published by LeParisien.fr with AFP of 09.20.2013.

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