Children said their parents expressed support for ‘extremist violence, anti-Semitic, anti-British, homophobic and anti-white views’….One of the children, a 10-year-old-boy with learning difficulties, has been left so disturbed his treatment he is unable to speak
This unspeakable abuse against children is not an aberration, much as Westerners may wish it to be. Foreign fighters of the Islamic State number in the tens of thousands, while the tally of their supporters is unknown, and could well run into the hundreds of thousands or even millions. These jihadists and those driven by the jihad ideology espouse the murder of infidels through the smiting of their necks, as is commanded in the Qur’an:
So when you meet those who disbelieve [in battle], strike [their] necks until, when you have inflicted slaughter upon them, then secure their bonds, and either [confer] favor afterwards or ransom [them] until the war lays down its burdens. Surah 47:4
Saudi Arabia, which has been a primary exporter of Wahhabism globally, is hand-in-hand with the Islamic State when it comes to beheadings.
Beheadings, murder and the worst abuses are part and parcel of the global jihad.
“Four siblings aged 10 to 18 reported their own parents to the authorities after they ‘were made to watch ISIS beheading video that left one so traumatised he cannot speak'”, by Alex Green, Daily Mail, April 1, 2018:
Four siblings have been taken into care after they reported their parents for expressing anti-British, anti-Semitic and homophobic views.
They also allegedly forced their children – boys aged 10, 14 and 16, and a sister, 18 – to watch an ISIS beheading video.
One of the children, a 10-year-old-boy with learning difficulties, has been left so disturbed his treatment he is unable to speak, reports The Times.
Police intervened after the 18-year-old daughter called Childline – the free counselling hotline for young people.
She said she and her siblings ‘were kept at home, did not attend school and were kept socially isolated, only being allowed out once in every three weeks’.
The family, who are of Somali origin and from the Midlands, are now in foster care.
Details of the ‘physical and emotional’ abuse were revealed during a hearing in the family division of the High Court last week in which Ms Justice Russell ruled the youngest child should move to residential care.