Skip to comments.ISIS Killing 'Educated, Professional Women' In New Wave Of Horror, United Nation Says
Posted on 01/22/2015 6:48:05 PM PST by BenLurkin
"Educated, professional women, particularly women who have run as candidates in elections for public office, seem to be particularly at risk," UN spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani said. "In just the first two weeks of this year, reports indicate that three female lawyers were executed."
Abu Anas Al-Libi is suspected of gunning down the women, most of whom were Yazidi, because they refused to enter into sham temporary marriages simply for the purpose of performing sexual acts with the ISIS terrorists, a practice believed to be a Koranic loophole, Al Arabiya's Jawad El-Hatab reported.
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That has to be a typo.
reading the headline, it almost suggests that these women as humans are more valuable than the poor women, that there deaths should really, REALLY make us made because they were “educated”..
Just like Pol Pot and every other professional ahole in history.
I hear ya.
Perhaps Obama could send Sandra Fluke over as a special envoy to ISIS. She’d set the straight in no time.
Education is the biggest danger IS faces. They seem to understand this.
I'll buy Hillary's ticket.
The real War on Women and Obama will not call this terror by its proper name. Instead he tries to scare people by making GOP voters and Tea Party members villains.
Islam, satan’s religion.
Of course they are.
To their sick way of thinking women don’t deserve schooling, or a professional life.
They think all women should get is tasks as a Sex Slave.
See - just like the US.
Hmm... other than the female part, it is kind of hard to argue with their embracement of Shakespeare's longstanding recommendation.
(just joking... kind of)
Yes, it should be Abu Anus Al-Libido.
Taking a page from Stalin’s book , kill all the Smart people
“This is what a real war on women looks like.”
Thanks for the correction. :>)
Yes, they love their women.....covered up and shackled.
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