Seven women talked openly about life as an ISIS wife to a journalist for Arabic TV
They refused to condemn their husbands’ murderous crimes in the Middle East
The women did speak out about husbands paying $10,000 for virgin sex slaves
All are now in limbo in a camp in Northern Syria for displaced women of ISIS
By Gareth Davies
Wives of ISIS fighters have revealed their concerns about how much their husbands were spending on sex slaves’ clothes and lipstick but paid no heed to their barbaric beheadings.
The women, dubbed the desperate housewives of Raqqa, spoke to a journalist from their homes in a small town of Ayn Issa, 30 miles north of the terror group’s de facto capital.
They refused to condemn their husbands’ murderous crimes but said their husbands and their extremist cronies were paying up to $10,000 for a virgin sex slave and admitted girls as young as nine were raped.
Seven of the women spoke to Jenan Moussa, a reporter for an Arabic TV channel, as they spent time with their children whose fathers are either dead or in prison.
She sat and spoke to Lebanese, Tunisian, Dagestan, Syrian women who had French, Malaysian, Tunisian and Turkish husbands.
One woman, a Lebanese wife, said her husband had a sex slave app on his phone where he and his fellow jihadis share pictures of captured women all tabbed up with a price ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 for a virgin.
‘It was a market for sex slaves. They were sharing photos of the sex slaves with the best make-up.
‘There was a lot of tension between the wives and the sex slaves.
‘Some of the wives even divorced their husbands because of that.
‘They were spending too much on the sex slaves, buying them the best make-up, clothes and accessories,’ according to The Times.
One of the women said she had turned down countless ISIS fighters, insisting she was holding out for the terror group’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, saying only he would satisfy her.
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