ISIS fighters selling sex slaves on Facebook to raise cash


Woman being sold as sex slave (illustration) 
By: Tanya Malhotra

Cash strapped ISIS fighters began to sell off their sex slaves on Facebook in order to raise money for basic supplies, according to the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

Islamic State fighter Abu Assad Almani, advertised two sex slaves on Facebook.

He also posted photos of the slaves, but Facebook deleted them. Under the caption of one photo, Almani wrote “She is for sale.”

He encouraged all his brothers who are looking to buy sex slaves, to purchase his 18-year-old woman for $8,000. Almani then published a second image of another woman a few hours later.

The price tag for the second slave was listed as $8,000 as well.

The Middle East Media Research Institute believes that Almani is originally from Germany. Almani is very familiar with the activities of the Islamic State around Raqqa, Syria.

Almani also uses his Facebook account to solicit donations for the terrorist group. Almani urged his Facebook friends to get married and come to the territory of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.