Female ISIS Supporters in Syrian Camp Try to Recreate Caliphate – Children Taught to Hurl Stones at Visitors – And They Want to Return Home
ISIS brides are reportedly enforcing strict caliphate rules in the al-Hawl refugee camp in northern Syria.
According to the Guardian the ISIS brides are beating women who remove their niqabs.
The ISIS women are known for their savage treatment of their peers.
Female ISIS militants published a manifesto recently hoping to draw more girls and women to the Caliphate. The manifesto says it’s acceptable for girls to marry at nine years-old but that 15 and 16 was preferable – when they are “still young and active.”
The children at the ISIS camps are hurling rocks at visitors.
These people want to return to their country of origin.
The AP reported:
The Associated Press interviewed four foreign women who joined the caliphate and are now among tens of thousands of IS family members, mostly women and children, crammed into squalid camps in northern Syria overseen by the U.S.-backed Kurdish-led forces who spearheaded the fight against the extremist group.
Many in the camps remain die-hard supporters of IS. Women in general were often active participants in IS’s rule. Some joined women’s branches of the “Hisba,” the religious police who brutally enforced the group’s laws. Others helped recruit more foreigners. Freed Yazidi women have spoken of cruelties inflicted by female members of the group.
Within the fences of al-Hol camp, IS supporters have tried to recreate the caliphate as much as possible. Some women have re-formed the Hisba to keep camp residents in line, according to officers from the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces guarding the camp. While the AP was there, women in all-covering black robes and veils known as niqab tried to intimidate anyone speaking to journalists; children threw stones at visitors, calling them “dogs” and “infidels.”