M'sian woman nearly became ISIS sex slave

M'sian woman nearly became ISIS sex slave

MALAYSIA - A young woman from Kelantan, lured by promises of "paradise", almost left for Syria to act as a sex slave for Islamic State of Syria and Iraq (ISIS) militants.

The 23-year-old woman, known only as Umairah, was determined to go despite her parents' opposition, claiming that she was influenced by a religious class in a local university.

Citing a purported video, Utusan Malaysia reported that she spoke of the preparations she claimed to have made for the trip.

It included learning how to take care of the militants such as eating and dressing, and taking care of their sexual needs, which included five men at a time.

The woman, who is the second daughter of an engineer, claimed that a nightmare about being gang-raped stopped her from going to Syria, reported Malay Mail online, citing the Utusan report.

She said: "Up until that point, I still agreed because (I) wanted to go to heaven. I told my parents; of course they were very angry. "But I have already promised to jihad, so I didn't care... I wanted to go to Syria."

VIDEO

According to Utusan's report on Monday, the 8min 11sec video had been posted the day before on popular video-sharing website YouTube by a local portal.

But Utusan did not specify the name of the video clip or the portal said to have posted it.

Meanwhile, The Star reported that three suspected terrorists were detained following a blitz by the Bukit Aman Special Branch Counter Terrorism Division.

Two of the three are civil servants aged between 23 and 28, and the third man is a militant who had returned from Syria, The suspects, one of whom had joined ISIS, were detained in Kuala Lumpur and Kedah, following raids on their homes on Nov 27 and Nov 28.

Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar said the militant, 38, had been in Syria since Dec 28 last year and returned to Malaysia on April 8.


This article was first published on Dec 03, 2014.
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