Cardiff, Wales: Born in Palestine and brought up in the UK, a British Muslim preacher at the Cardiff mosque in Wales, has been suspected of allegedly radicalising three youths to become jihadists and telling them that it is acceptable to have 'sex slaves'.
According to a report in the Daily Mail, the imam identified as Ali Hammuda, had trained three youths at the mosque before they travelled to Syria to be a part of the dread terror group -- Islamic State.
The three youths who travelled to Syria two years ago in 2014 were identified as -- Reyaad Khan, 20, Nasser Muthana, 20, and Aseel, 17.
The shocking revelation about Hammuda's sex slave comments comes in the wake of increasing ISIS threat in Europe and the deadly attacks across the UK.
Hammuda's preachings were secretly recorded at a Halaqa (a type of religious class) at the Al-Manar mosque by an undercover journalist.
“One of the interpretations as to what this means is that towards the end of time there will be many wars like what we are seeing today, and because of these wars women will be taken as captives, as slaves, yeah, women will be taken as slaves. And then her master has relations with her because this is permissible in Islam, it’s permissible to have relations with a woman who is your slave or your wife,” Hammuda was quoted as saying.
He also spoke on the relationship of children with their parents -- especially mothers.
Hammuda said, “The one I think is strongest is that towards the end of time you will see a lot of Muslims disobeying their mothers and fathers… you see children speaking to their mothers and fathers as if they are your slave.”
ISIS militants have time and again boasted about their crimes and execution methods -- but recently they were in the news for selling sex slaves on social media.
The advertisement on the Telegram app is as chilling as it is incongruous: A girl for sale is “Virgin. Beautiful. 12 years old…. Her price has reached $12,500 and she will be sold soon.”
In February, an ISIS sex slave set herself on fire to make herself less attractive to her terrorist captors.
ISIS has regularly targeted minority sects in Syria, especially Shiites it accuses of apostasy, as well as Sunnis who it alleges have violated its interpretation of Islam....