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Sexual Jihad = Tunisian Babies

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A few weeks ago we wrote on the “sexual fatwa” issued recently on behalf of al-Qaeda affiliated soldiers fighting against the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.

According to the Assyrian International News Agency, “young Tunisian Muslim girls” have been traveling to Syria to serve as “sex jihadists” for the al-Qaeda affiliated rebels fighting there. Also pressed into “service?” The widows of al-Qaeda soldiers, reprising a policy the organization had in place in Iraq, according to Alsumaria (an Iraqi satellite news service).

The Syrian fatwa “allowed for armed (al-Qaeda) members to have sexual intercourse with women for a determined period of time as per a momentary contract that loses effect after a few hours,” at which point other men would “sign a similar contract” enabling “women to sleep with more than one man per day.”

Ah, jihadists … beheading Christians by day, banging Tunisian girls (and their fallen compatriots’ wives) at night.

Anyway, “sexual jihad” has apparently been quite successful … at impregnating Tunisian women.

According to Tunisian Interior Minister Lotfi Bin Jeddo (who sounds like he should be a Star Wars character), numerous Tunisian women are returning home from Syria bearing the offspring of the jihadists.

“After the sexual liaisons they have there in the name of ‘jihad al-nikah’ – they come home pregnant,” Bin Jeddo said, according to Al Arabiya.

Bin Jeddo said some of his country’s women have been “swapped between 20, 30, and 100 rebels.”

Wow …

According to Tunisia’s public safety director Mostafa Bin Omar, many of the women who have been providing this service to the Syrian al-Qaeda forces are underage. Meanwhile one of the country’s top religious leaders says more than a few of them have “been fooled” into traveling to Syria.

And to think these could have been America’s allies in the Syrian civil war …