Are you ready for this America? We have people here already who support terrorists and have the most barbaric attitude towards women. We just reported on Yazidi women being taken from their families to become slaves to these disgusting men. Do we really want this in our country?
Slavery isn’t something that happened in the past. The slave trade still exists. It even exists in America where every now and then, Muslims are arrested and charged with bringing slaves to this country. It’s happening in Irvine, California.
A decade ago, Shyima Hall was smuggled into the United States as a 10-year-old slave, forced to cook and clean inside the home of a wealthy Irvine family and, at night, sleep on a squalid mattress in a windowless garage.
Hall’s Egyptian parents sold her into slavery when she was 8 for $30 a month, according to authorities. The Cairo couple who bought her moved to Irvine two years later, smuggling Hall into the U.S. where she toiled for them and their five children until she was 13.
Hall said she worked 16 hour days, scrubbing floors, cooking meals and cleaning house, and was rarely allowed outside the spacious home. She was forced to wash her own clothes in a bucket and was forbidden from going to school. She never visited a doctor or dentist and didn’t speak a word of English.
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Now an ISIS supporter in Pennsylvania has been busted and his social media accounts show an interest in enslaving non-Muslims; which is what ISIS stands for.
“I’m considering buying one girl inshallah once I arrive in Islamic State”.
Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz, a 19-year-old Muslim operating out of Pennsylvania, was asking about the price of Yazidi girls as part of his larger pro-ISIS operation.
A Harrisburg man arrested in an FBI raid Thursday afternoon is accused of aiding the ISIS terrorist group, federal court filings show.
Those just unsealed filings charge 19-year-old Jalil Ibn Ameer Aziz of spreading propaganda for the terrorist organization via the internet. Agents also reported finding a tactical backpack, high-capacity gun magazines, ammunition and a “modified kitchen knife” among his belongings, agents said.