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Birth Control Urged for Women Near ISIS by RINJ Foundation

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Published on Dec 9, 2015

RINJ RSAC-Nurse.org teaching women in Mosul (En Francais: https://youtu.be/rS_BI9IjKU8)
The RINJ Foundation Urges Women In ISIS Occupied Areas to Use An Intra-Uterine System of Birth Control
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Don’t Get Pregnant

Women and children within the Islamic State Caliphate are not respected physically, sexually or psychologically. Use birth control.

Being a survivor of rape in regions of the Islamic State Caliphate is a crime punishable by stoning and death. Proof of your crime is your pregnancy and if your jihadist owner of you insists that you have been unfaithful to become pregnant, or if he just doesn't want the baby, you are dead.

Abuse of pregnant women by Islamic State (IS) salafi-jihadists includes violent beatings, knifings, shootings, kicking, stoning, whipping, and sexual violence. You are not safe to carry a child in regions controlled or influenced by the Islamic State salafi-jihadists.

The Islamic State (IS) salafi-jihadists are infamous for their violent raping of young children. Do you want your child raped by ISIS?

Even IS wives are continually raped by other salafi-jihadists. The risk of pregnancy from a man other than your ”husband-owner” is a risk of painful death.

Gaining control of your own body is difficult in an environment where you are a property owned by a man who claims to be your “husband”. Bringing a child to full term amidst violence toward you and your baby will likely kill you and your child.

Vicious Sexually Transmitted disease germs are epidemic within the Islamic State Caliphate.

IS salafi-jihadists spread venereal disease that can be passed to you and your baby including morbidly dangerous illness. ISIL salafi-jihadists and their women have been tested for and confirmed to be carriers of such illnesses as Chancroid, Chlamydia, Genital Warts, Gonorrhea, Hepatitis B, Herpes, HIV & AIDS, HPV, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID), Pubic Lice (Crabs), Scabies, Syphilis, and Trichomoniasis (Trich). Most of these illnesses result in the deaths of babies even before they are born.

Don’t get pregnant. Use The Mirena Intra-Uterine System of Birth Control. See your doctor. Also it is free from RSAC Clinics. Contact : ius@rinj.org

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