Islamic State widow from Indiana defends her husband’s purchase of Yazidi sex slaves
Monday, April 23, 2018
Jihad Watch : An American ISIS widow whose son appeared in propaganda
videos has defended buying Yazidi sex slaves in Syria and says she
dreams of returning to the US with her four children to eat McDonald’s.
Jihad Watch has been following this story. The video
of Sam El Hassani’s account of her alleged woes, and her dreams, is
compelling and believable to the average caring non-Muslim in the West.
She effectively advances the lie that her young son is just like any
other child, with the same desires to eat at McDonald’s, and to play and
l earn. She tells her tale with the tone of an Oprah Winfrey special
about her plight.It is enough to tug on the heartstrings of the gullible and move them
to tears of compassion, and even to make people want to advocate for
her to be brought back to America. The inconvenient truth is that she
defends “buying Yazidi sex slaves in Syria.” This should be the
Over time, she said the couple bought two female teenage
slaves and a young boy. The first slave was a girl named Soad, now aged
17, who El Hassani said she paid $10,000 for.
She rationalizes (or tries to):
El Hassani said her husband repeatedly raped the two
girls but she defended her decision to purchase them because she offered
them protection. ‘In every house that she was in before that was the
same situation, but she did not have the support of someone like me.
Sam El Hassani’s warped reasoning and deceit is a jihadi tactic. They
bring harm, but play victim. It is routine. Jihadists know well that
Westerners are gullible, particularly leftists. The mindset that they
have simply does not exist in the psyche of the vast majority of
Westerners. Westerners cannot imagine or conceive in their minds that
such calculated darkness could exist, so they keep on giving jihadis the
benefit of the doubt, as the jihadis advance.
“American ISIS widow whose son appeared in propaganda videos defends
buying Yazidi sex slaves, details beatings in Syria and claims she
dreams of returning to the US to eat McDonald’s with her children”, by
Emily Crane, Daily Mail, April 20, 2018: