ISIS Fighters Hunt For Viagra As They Inflict ‘Brutal And Abnormal’ Sex Attacks On Women

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Mideast Syria Lines in Sand AnalysisA report by activists in Syria has detailed the brutal and violent sexual habits ofIslamic State (IS) fighters in the stronghold of Raqqa.

The advocacy group Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently (RBSS) published an account on its website this month detailing the group’s behaviour towards women in the terrorist bastion.

It writes: “A large selection of IS [also known as ISIS or ISIL] suffer from sexual anomalies and brutal instinctive desire for sex.”

It lists IS members “buying strange underwear” for their partners, [believed to mean risqué lingerie] and marrying more than one woman whilst also seeking out sex with captives or slaves.

It adds fighters also search for “blue pills in order to increase their strength to have more sex” in an obvious reference to the drug Viagra which enhances male potency.

Disturbingly the report adds many women have been forced to seek treatment in hospitals after being “subjected to sexual practice in a brutal and abnormal manner.”

Raqqa is the town closest to where US journalist James Foley was beheaded, has been identified by experts as a hotspot for young British girls who have travelled to join extremist fighters.

British female jihadists are said to be behind an ultra-religious all female militia in Raqqa that is brutally punishing “un-Islamic behaviour” in the area.

Experts have warned that women are the new target for recruitment for IS, with researchers seeing “unprecedented” calls for fighters to marry British and European women.

The women, most of whom are just teenagers, are bombarding IS fighters with marriage proposals during social media ‘Q&As’ and researchers estimate as many as 50, most of them British, could have already gone to join fighters in Syria and Iraq.


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