ISIS butchers to harvest HUMAN ORGANS from infidels in warped fatwa documents seized in US special forces raid
The ruling was discovered in documents which U.S. special forces found
The raid took place in Eastern Syria, where a trove of data was discovered
Documents raise concerns that ISIS is trafficking body parts of captives
Papers were dated as January 31 and are in the form of a fatwa
Islamic State has authorised taking organs from infidels they detain to save a Muslim’s life – even it kills the the disbelievers.
The ruling by the terrorist group’s scholars was discovered in documents which U.S. special forces found in a raid in Eastern Syria in May and raise concerns that ISIS is trafficking body parts.
The papers, which were dated as January 31 and in the form of a fatwa, were found among a trove of data which has now been translated and investigated by officials in America.
The document, from the Islamic State’s Research and Fatwa Committee says: ‘The apostate’s life and organs don’t have to be respected and may be taken with impunity.
‘Organs that end the captive’s life if removed: The removal of that type is also not prohibited.’
The document does not offer any proof that Islamic State actually engages in organ harvesting or organ trafficking.
But it does provide religious sanction for doing so under the group’s twisted interpretation of Islam – which is rejected by most Muslims.
Previously, Iraq accused Islamic State of harvesting human organs and trafficking them for profit.
The document does not define ‘apostate,’ though the Islamic State has killed or imprisoned non-Muslims, such as Christians, and Shiite Muslims, as well as Sunni Muslims who don’t follow its extremist views.