Group of terror brides speak of their jealousy over trafficked sex slaves being traded using sick phone apps
ISIS brides have revealed their jealousy of their terrorist husbands’ obsession with sex slaves — but have not condemned their murderous ideology.
Dubbed the Desperate Housewives of ISIS, the seven women are being looked after at a Syrian refugee camp after fleeing from Raqqa.
The so-called capital of the Islamic State’s crumbling “caliphate” is on the verge of being liberated by Western backed Iraqi and Kurdish forces.
They told an Arabic TV channel that they were concerned with their twisted partners buying lipstick and clothes for other trafficked women.
And they revealed that sick ISIS thugs would trade in slaves using APPS on their phone to share photos and barter in trapped girls.
But they failed to show any emotion when questioned about ISIS’s brutal campaign of torture and execution.
“There was a lot of tension between the wives and the sex slaves,” an ISIS bride originally from Lebannon said according to The Times.
“Some of the wives even divorced their husbands because of that. They were spending too much on the sex slaves, buying them the best make-up, clothes and accessories.”
On the sick sex slave app, she added: “It was a market for sex slaves.
“They were sharing photos of the sex slaves with the best make-up and clothes, and asking $2,000 for this one, $3,000 for that one. A virgin cost $10,000.”
One even let slip that many women were attracted to evil Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi — the self-styled ISIS chief who was last month reported to have been killed in a Russian airstrike.
“Only Baghdadi satisfies me”, she said, before another responded: “Don’t bother, he is already taken”.
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When asked by reporter Jenan Moussa if they would condemn the terrorists’ unparalleled brutality, they responded that it had nothing to do with them.
“ISIS deceived us with propaganda,” one replied.
The women, who were picked up as they attempted to cross into Turkey, are all being kept in a separate part of the camp at Ain Issa, north of Raqqa, Syria over fears they may be attacked for their ISIS connections.
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