ISIS Slave Market brought to London

 
ISIS Slave Market brought to London
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A highly controversial stunt to shock citizens of London into seeing the perverted brutality of Islamic State (IS) brought the terrorist group's horrific actions vividly to life on the streets of London.

A harrowing video shows protesters bringing the reality of IS's slave trade of captured women in Syria and Iraq to the English capital.

Londoners saw a group of chained veiled women being led in front of the Houses of Parliament, Leicester Square and Downing Street - where costumed men urged the public to bid on them.

"This happens every day in Iraq and Syria. We are bringing it to you," a man can be heard saying as four chained women scream desperately for help.

“What we wanted to show is that this could take place in London,” he said.

"Enslaving the families of the kuffār [non-believers] and taking their women as concubines is a firmly established aspect of the Sharia that if one were to deny or mock, he would be denying or mocking the verses of the Qur'an... and thereby apostatizing from Islam."




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