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Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, also known as Haji Iman and Abu Alaa al-Afri, was a veteran jihadist with a bounty of $7 million on his head.
JERUSALEM -- The history of the last century provides a seemingly endless list of atrocities that were not stopped, and rarely was this ever for a lack of information about them. We, at least as countries and societies, simply don't really care. We would like to think we do, but, empirically speaking, we don't -- and the latest case in point is the sheer existence of a system of Yazidi sex slave trade in 2015.
How are Shari'a laws in many of the Muslim-majority countries any different than ISIS's laws? Our broken, tumultuous Muslim world has been morally corrupted and is largely void of justice. Saudi Arabia still flogs (beats with a whip or stick) people for expressing their God-given right to think. In Egypt, torture in the form of sexual assault, such as sodomizing men and raping female prisoners, is common practice.
American lawyer and humanitarian Jacqueline Isaac will testify before the House Foreign Affairs Committee Wednesday at the invitation of committee chairman, Rep. Ed Royce (R-California).