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02-Aug-2016 02:48

As Muslim apologists pick and choose what actions of the Islamic State they want to condone, ISIS fighters have meanwhile set up an internet database to systematize their exploitation of non-Muslim women prisoners.Using smartphone apps (like Telegram and Whats App), the jihadists are buying and selling an estimated 3,000 women prisoners as sex slaves.Most of these victims come from Yazidi and Christian families.The database, which includes a photo of the woman along with her “owner,” is making it harder and harder for these women to slip past ISIS checkpoints and escape.No organization is immune to the unfortunate situation when employees act unethically or illegally.When that happens, we look into the conduct and take appropriate action.

Tymczyszyn, who also represents other sex buyers in the Seattle area, questioned the judgement of men who used work emails from one of the most cyber-secure companies in the world to buy sex, but he says Seattle’s tech giants don’t conduct any sort of training to increase employees’ awareness about or compassion for trafficked women in brothels.Sadly, the Qur’an itself says, “And forbidden to you are wedded wives of other people except those who have fallen in your hands as prisoners of war…” (Surah ).Young Christian and Yazidi women and girls are photographed, registered to the Islamic State’s database, and then sold using encrypted apps.“You are urged to ensure that you have reviewed and complied with these company policies as well as criminal laws,” wrote a Microsoft human resources official named Adrienne Day.

A spokesman for Microsoft called the timing of the HR warning “coincidental” and denied it was related to the investigation, although Microsoft had requested access to the records in October and received them in November, but only warned its employees this week.Alex Trouteaud, director of Policy and Research at Demand Abolition, another national anti-trafficking organization, said the tech sector is a “culture that has readily embraced trafficking.” As an example of the industry’s nonchalant attitude, he recalled that in its early days, Uber published a blog post that analyzed their data on ride sharing, focused on the Bay Area, and included people who were paying for prostitution.