Islamic State Selling Sex Slaves on Facebook

by Breitbart Tech  |  published on May 31, 2016

Islamic State sex slaves are being sold on Facebook it has been revealed after several posts were deleted by Facebook for advertising young slaves for sale.

“To all the brothers thinking about buying a slave, this one is $8,000,” wrote ISIS soldier Abu Assad Almani in a Facebook post, along with a picture of a girl described to be around the age of 18. “Another sabiyah [slave], also about $8,000… Yay, or nay?” read another one along with a picture of a young girl described to have “weepy red eyes.”

Both posts were deleted by Facebook within hours, but it has revealed the depraved next steps that ISIS militants are willing to take in order to fund their campaign of jihadi terror.

Almani’s posts were tracked by online terror watchdog, the Middle East Media Research Institute, who monitor Islamic terrorists online, and managed to see the posts before they were deleted by Facebook.

  • Athanasios1

    Facebook…Mouthpiece of Communism, Islam and liberalism.

  • Harold Sammons

    The sellers and buyer’s should be shot on sight!

  • snowyriver

    Don’t have time to say what I think here… Gotta get to facebook to be in on this auction.

  • justinwachin

    The Islamic State group is showing Islam to the whole world. Maybe its time we ignore the fantasies about Islam nobleness that is being spouted by our politicians and look to Muslims for a true picture of their religion.

    Facebook should have left the post and blocked any way for a response to go through. It’s important for people to see what the mindset is of Islam. If this doesn’t reflect true Islam then some of the imams need to step forward, condemn these nut jobs and show the world the true face of this religion. I’m going to guess ISIS and al Qaeda speak for Islam.

  • GESG

    Why are the posts deleted instead of the account locked & deleted? FB better wake up or is it so important to have an active user that they will not lock out obviously illegal activities?

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