Islam’s abusive disregard for women is exposed again in the Islamic State’s (ISIS) exploitation of non-Muslim women through a network of online databases it uses to buy and sell sex slaves.

As Muslim apologists pick and choose what actions of the Islamic State they want to condone, ISIS fighters have meanwhile set up an internet database to systematize their exploitation of non-Muslim women prisoners. Using smartphone apps (like Telegram and WhatsApp), the jihadists are buying and selling an estimated 3,000 women prisoners as sex slaves.

Most of these victims come from Yazidi and Christian families. The database, which includes a photo of the woman along with her “owner,” is making it harder and harder for these women to slip past ISIS checkpoints and escape.

Mohammed and the Qur’an are the authority
Lamiya Aji Bashar is an 18-year old Yazidi girl who escaped in March 2016 from slavery to several different ISIS members since 2014. Her face was badly burned and she lost vision in one of her eyes during the escape when a mine exploded, killing two other girls escaping with her. [PC: AP Photo/Balint Szlanko]

Lamiya Aji Bashar is an 18-year old Yazidi girl who escaped in March 2016 from slavery to several different ISIS members since 2014. Her face was badly burned and she lost vision in one of her eyes during the escape when a mine exploded, killing two other girls escaping with her. [PC: AP Photo/Balint Szlanko]

Too often, the media portrays ISIS jihadists as members of some sort of ignorant, tribal group disconnected from modern life, instead of an educated, coherent force following in the footsteps of their prophet.

“Rape is Sunna (Muslim tradition arising from the acts of Mohammed). Rape is not a sin. Rape is permitted and encouraged by Mohammed and the Koran.”

A non-politically correct study of Islamic history would quickly convince you that Muhammad approved of sexual slavery and encouraged his jihadis to finance their missions by selling off “kafir” (non-Muslim) prisoners, especially young women. Sadly, the Qur’an itself says, “And forbidden to you are wedded wives of other people except those who have fallen in your hands as prisoners of war…” (Surah 4:24).

“And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”
—John 8:32

Pray —

Young Christian and Yazidi women and girls are photographed, registered to the Islamic State's database, and then sold using encrypted apps. The militants are using this technology to tighten their grip on the women in captivity and making their escape significantly more difficult. [PC:AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo]

Young Christian and Yazidi women and girls are photographed, registered to the Islamic State’s database, and then sold using encrypted apps. The militants are using this technology to tighten their grip on the women in captivity and making their escape significantly more difficult. [PC:AP Photo/Maya Alleruzzo]

8/23 — Pray that the eyes of blinded ISIS members will be opened to the folly of their ways apart from the living God and His Son, Jesus Christ. Pray that they see the true God is the God of love and freedom, not the god of subjugation and slavery.

8/24 — Pray for the liberation and rescue of the over 3,000 women and young girls held captive by ISIS.

8/25 — Pray for many Muslims to trace the roots of ISIS’ actions back to the sex slavery practiced by Muhammad and then turn from Islam to Christ.

8/26 — Pray for the perseverance and effectiveness of our ministry partners assisting refugees in countries where ISIS victims have fled.

8/27 — Ask God to disband and disarm ISIS and other Islamic terror groups.

8/28 — Pray for the precious women trapped in the evil actions of ISIS to find healing in the open arms of Jesus.

8/29 — Ask God to preserve and restore all the victims of ISIS brutality.

8/30 — Ask God to use authorities in place in the Middle East to seek justice for the oppressed and persecuted.

8/31— Praise God that neither ISIS nor any other created thing can halt the spread of Gospel of Jesus Christ!

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