Just like how people had to live under Mohamed’s rule in the 7th century.
Life under the Caliphate: Those forced to endure ISIS rule reveal how wearing aftershave can save you from being whipped… and how a beheading video is often how they learn of a relative’s death
Sheikh Abdullah Ibrahim holds his wife’s death certificate which contains the ISIS logo. Buthaina Ibrahim was murdered by the terror group
- Survivors from areas held by ISIS have finally spoken out for the first time after the terror group was routed
- ISIS held the village of Eski Mosul for almost one year until they were forced to flee by Kurdish forces
- Sheikh Abdullah Ibrahim’s wife Buthaina was dragged off by ISIS because she worked for Human Rights
- ISIS murdered his wife and dumped her body in an unknown location and supplied him with a death certificate
For almost 12 months, ISIS has been in control of the Iraqi village of Eski Mosul and since then the terror group has exacted its medieval brand of justice on the population.
Opponents to the regime have been ruthlessly executed, while playing music on a car stereo while driving can result in 10 lashes.
Former soldiers and others with links to post-Saddam regime have been forced to sign ‘repentance cards’ where they pledge allegiance to the Caliphate. Failure to do so results in extreme measures.
Read more: H/T: Buck