Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Egypt’s Dar al-Iftaa has released a new issue of its English-language magazine “Insight” titled “Women in the Terrorist’s Camp”.
In a news statement issued on Sunday, the Senior Advisor to the Grand Mufti, Dr. Ibrahim Negm, stated that “Insight” comes in response to the magazine “Dabiq” issued by Daesh, adding that it is the first of its kind worldwide to encounter extremist and destructive ideologies and clarify the true image of Islam.
The new issue includes very important articles that shed light on the crimes committed against women and children inside Daesh terrorist camps.
The most important article of the magazine “The Terrorist Crimes against Women” by Dr. Ibrahim Negm describes the horrendous crimes and types of violence committed by Daesh against women. “The crux of the problem is not Islam but extremists who distort the truth for personal gain and subject women to undeniable oppression and cruelty,” he said in the article.
This issue also includes other articles titled, “Utilizing women and children in terrorist Camps: The rise of the child soldier”, “Muslim women between total concealment and flagrant promiscuity and “Slavery has no place in today’s Islam”.