Woman mutilated and murdered by ISIS for breastfeeding her baby in public
The woman, who was spotted in Raqqa, Northern Syria, was found to be 'violating public decency,' despite shielding herself and the child from public view under her full-veil burqa.
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According to The Independent, the al-Khansa Brigade was created by ISIS last year, and its members make sure women are fully covered when in public, that they don't wear heels, and are accompanied by a man.
Covered in black from head-to-toe and wielding automatic weapons, this all-women militia has been accused of doling out savage beatings and lashing 'disobedient' women on the streets of Raqqa.
After this particular woman was found to be violating public decency rules, eyewitness Aisha, a former Raqqa resident now living Turkey, told the Sunday Times that an ISIS policewoman took the baby, gave it to another woman, and then killed the mother.
The mother was reportedly mutilated before she was murdered, according to ISIS-linked social media accounts, where it was proclaimed the victim had 'violated public decency.' Aisha had fled Raqqa after ISIS beheaded her husband for smoking a cigarette.
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