"Surrender up their bodies to anti-regime jihadists to relieve pent-up sexual frustration. ..."
More of the bitter fruits of the “sexual jihad” are returning home, this time the desperately sad story of a Tunisian woman who was convinced if she sexually serviced as many mujaheddin fighters as possible she would attain heavenly salvation, as reported by the French-language news portal Observatoire de l'islamisation (The Islamic Observer) on Oct. 14, 2013.
As previously covered by Examiner.com, the chief imam of the King Fahad Mosque at the Royal Saudi Naval Academy, Sheikh Muhammad al-'Arifi has issued a fatwa (Islamic ruling) last summer that would allow women and girls from throughout the Muslim World to travel to Syria in order to surrender up their bodies to anti-regime jihadists to relieve pent-up sexual frustration.
An anonymous former Manouba University History student has finally returned to her native Tunisia, but only after being convinced that her participation in the Jihad Niqa’h (holy war of prostitution) would guarantee her to eternal salvation.
Taken to Syria by her own husband, the 21-year-old relates that she had Islamic sanctioned “marriages” that would last only as long as her husband-of-the-moment saw fit to use her.
In all, she was married, then as quickly divorced, to 152 different jihadists to include the oldest member of the al-Qaeda allied terrorist organization Jabhat al-Nusra's 84-year-old chieftain Abu Ayub al-Alwi al-Hajer.