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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS – Sex with sisters, swapping partners with sons, and pre-pubescent girls are all banned under a new “fatwa” issued by ISIS religious leaders following concerns over the handling of infidel sex slaves, according to a report.
The heavily detailed 15-point declaration was unearthed by the U.S. military in May and reads like a heinous how-to manual for evil—complete with a sick twist at the end calling for “kindness.
In the fatwa, obtained by Reuters, ISIS leaders acknowledge that oft-ignored violence against female slaves—including Austrian teens Sabina Selimovic and Samra Kesinovic, who fled to Syria in 2014—violate Islamic law.
“One of the graces which Allah has bestowed upon the State of Caliphate is the conquest of large surface areas of the country and one of the inevitable consequences of the jihad of establishment is that woman and children of infidels will become captives of Muslims,” the decree begins.
“Consequently, it is necessary to clarify some rules pertaining to captured prisoners to avoid any violations in dealing with them.”