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Source: yahoo news
Posted: Saturday September 21, 2013 @ 9:46 p.m PST
fter the sexual liaisons they have there in the name of ‘jihad al-nikah’ – (sexual holy war, in Arabic) – they come home pregnant,” Ben Jeddou told the MPs.
He did not elaborate on how many Tunisian women had returned to the country pregnant with the children of jihadist fighters.
Jihad al-nikah, permitting extramarital sexual relations with multiple partners, is considered by some hardline Sunni Muslim Salafists as a legitimate form of holy war.
Tunisia’s former Mufti (the country’s highest religious official) warned earlier this year that 13 Tunisian girls “were fooled” into travelling to Syria to offer sexual services for the rebels. He described the practice as a form of “prostitution.”
“For Jihad in Syria, they are now pushing girls to go there. 13 young girls have been sent for sexual jihad. What is this? This is called prostitution. It is moral educational corruption,” Battikh said.