What happens when they realize they can do more damage at home? Most of the dhimmi countries in Europe are poised to welcome them back.
When asked what they think of beheadings, an ISIS female member said that the Quran says: “‘Strike off their necks, strike off their fingertips.’ That is what we did, beheading is a Sunnah of the Prophet.”
Female ISIS Members At SDF Camp: ‘We Want To Get Out Of The Camp So We Can Fight Them Again’
Al-Arabiya Network senior reporter Rola Al-Khatib interviewed ISIS female members and their children at Al-Hol camp for foreign women who were members of ISIS. The camp is one of three camps run by the Civilian Administration of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). The women are dressed in black from head to toe, their face and hands are covered, many of the women’s eyes are covered as well. The women speak with Al-Khatib from within the camp, behind the fence. According to Al-Khatib, “the women started throwing rocks at us. We were told that they burned down the tent of a woman that removed her face cover. Our security could not be guaranteed if we entered the camp so we conducted the interviews from behind the fence.”
Al-Khatib says that although these women turned themselves in to the Syrian Democratic Forces “they are still following the ISIS path and ideology.” One of the ISIS women said she wanted to get out of the camp in order to fight the Syrian regime again. When asked what they think of beheadings, an ISIS female member said that the Quran says: “‘Strike off their necks, strike off their fingertips.’ That is what we did, beheading is a Sunnah of the Prophet.” Another woman said: “We regret not staying in Al-Baghouz to die in the name of God.” The women say that they do not all want to return to their countries of origin, some wish to remain in Syria and continue fighting.
Another woman said: “Listen, don’t view us as monsters or barbaric, no. we are not barbaric, and Islam is good. […] We fight those who fight God and His Prophet…” The women told Al-Khatib that once their husband was killed they would remarry because they cannot remain in “the land of Jihad” without a male guardian. One of the women said that her mother was the one who dropped her off at the airport on her journey to Syria and she continues to encourage her to be steadfast and victorious and asks her not to return to infidel lands. Al-Khatib spoke with Abdullah, a 10-year-old son of one of the women in the camp, who came from Uzbekistan. Abdullah says that he was not allowed to play in Al-Baghouz for fear of being shot. He told Al-Khatib that he had trained with Kalashnikovs weapons. The report was aired on April 16, 2019.
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