ISIS Bans Burqas In Security Centers After Burqa-Clad Women Massacre Several ISIS Leaders
In a bizarre turn of events the terrorist group ISIS has banned women from wearing Burqas at terrorist security centers in Mosul, a northern city controlled by ISIS. The decision to allow women to roam public spaces without the oppressive head-to-toe covering came after several ISIS commanders were killed by burqa-clad women. Prior to this attack women were subjected to beatings and even executed to leaving their homes without their faces obscured by a Burqa. The terrorist organization will now force women to wear gloves and cover their eyes with gauze while traveling to and from the security centers. Women outside of these security centers are expected to wear burqa’s at all times.
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Al Alam News Network reported that the decision was made after a string of attacks from women wearing burqas and niqabs left several terrorist leaders dead. Al Alman News reported:
“A local source in the Iraqi province of Nineveh announced on Friday, Sept. 2, that the terrorist group has released an order, based on which no woman is allowed to be wearing niqab or burqa when entering the security and military centers,”
The terrorist group’s decision to ban the burqa for “security reasons” comes just weeks after several French towns banned burkinis at public beaches. Far-left activists criticized French politicians claiming that many women choose to wear the garments.
However, many women living in the Middle East do not wear the garment by choice and are instead forced into the garments by radical Islamic leaders that hold little regard for women’s rights. In the past weeks several ISIS controlled cities have been liberated by NATO and U.S. led forces. Hordes of the women in these towns immediately responded to their new found freedom by tearing the burqas from their bodies and burning them in the streets.
Watch Syrian women in Manbij torch their oppressive garments after the city was liberated earlier this month: