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Women secretly film inside ISIS stronghold

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posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 08:01 AM
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I found this video very interesting. This is really the first I've seen, with actual video, within Syria. The ladies are very brave and all they want is freedom. If caught, they face death..

The video shows them getting into a cab and buying hair color. There is a soldier in the common ground that was facing execution.

Makes me pretty happy to be where I am, and in a country that ( may have problems) allows freedom. I recommend watching the accompanying video.


Two Syrian women took a hidden camera through the northern Syrian city of Raqqa to document their life under ISIS rule, knowing they faced execution should they be discovered, according to CNN Swedish affiliate Expressen TV, which commissioned the video.

Fully covered and wearing face veils, they shop, take a taxi and walk around neighborhoods, showing a deserted city with little traffic and some armed men walking about.


Hidden Camera Video




posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 08:26 AM
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That video, is for sure, scary. Censoring everything women! It's all the guys short comings and thoughts, I would say. They're hypocrites and BS artist imho. From Osama's porn stash to traveling caravans of prostitutes in Syria. Not to mention "bache bazi" boy play throughout Islam... oh, yes, I am truly happy and grateful, to be where I am



posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 08:26 AM
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It's interesting he said "women were willing to wear cameras and film for CNN". I guess this means they were asked, or paid to do it. If found out, the women risk being killed.

CNN is so compassionate.


I really need to ban CNN from my life. Horrendous bunch of folks.

But on topic: Awful awful awful. No wonder they are fleeing in droves.


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posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 09:00 AM
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I'm starting to think this all started when a young psychotic pedophile named Muhammed developed hatred and jealousy towards normal happy relationships between man and woman all whilst his own disgusting perversion's were shunned and hated by society. Bitter and angry he set out with vigor and determination to establish a religion which would embrace and protect pedophilia all while making normal consenting adults miserable and unable to develop healthy relationships.

Side note I found interesting in history of art class that Islam is so controlling that they are not even allowed to illustrate organic beings in their artwork. It is only the place of Allah to create life, this is why in their art work you will notice that it only consists of geometric shapes and patterns. What kind of imbicilic hoodoo is that? So basically you would most likely be flogged for getting caught with a comic book.
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posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 09:18 AM
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It made me sad that video to see what some have to live with.. The shame is that airstrikes will take out all in these areas as has been happening already.. It needs some undercover squads to get in there and take out those who are pretending to be tough guys and bullying the population.



posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 09:24 AM
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originally posted by: angeldoll
CNN is so compassionate.


CNN.com

Two Syrian women took a hidden camera through the northern Syrian city of Raqqa to document their life under ISIS rule, knowing they faced execution should they be discovered, according to CNN Swedish affiliate Expressen TV, which commissioned the video.


So, it was a actually a Swedish media outlet that enticed these women to risk their lives to make this video.

Which brings up a very interesting question of what their possible motive was? I mean, we've all had it pumped into our heads for the past 2 years by the media about how evil IS is, no one is disagreeing.

imo, the motivation of getting these women to risk their lives to create this video, seems to have more to do with pushing that whole bigoted 'anti-immigration' movement that's going on in Scandinavia atm... rather than trying to create awareness of the plight of the Syrian people.



posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 09:28 AM
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Throughout history women and men have risked their lives to get messages out. Crying that a couple of women have worked with CNN is a bit pathetic. These two are just the end of a very long line of people who are prepared to take risks for the greater good.



posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 10:08 AM
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a reply to: paraphi

I'm not crying about them working with CNN... I'm simply questioning the motive of the video.

CNN were playing the footage all day yesterday, well noting the video was commissioned though a Scandinavian source. So since its well known that Scandinavian countries have been tweaking their crime stats for years, to make it appear like brown skinned people are a threat to their way of life, it just makes me question the motive behind commissioning the video in the first place.

Its just a personal observation, as well as a recommendation for people to recognize that this footage is simply a representation of the shocking conditions syrian people are forced to live in.

It shouldn't be seen as justification of anti-Islamic or anti-immigration beliefs... which I personally suspect was the motive of the footage.
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posted on Mar, 14 2016 @ 12:59 PM
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a reply to: paraphi

They are consenting adults. Without someone taking the chance like these brave ladies, no one would see or believe it at all.

Some still do anyway



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 12:52 AM
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No, it shouldn't be used as propaganda. Though, it sorely needs to be shared as many still fall into the recruitment trap by them and it does show the inside of what's going on with IS. Hopefully these women remain safe.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:06 AM
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And the left defends Islam as a peaceful religion.....

It's a political structure where this threat women live under is the norm, whether in a country like Syria, broken, or in a country which is an ally of the US in Saudi Arabia.

How anyone defends this is beyond me. It's not just ISIS controlled populations, it's any population under the control of Sharia, where there are many. Sharia equals true Islam.

Where's the uproar? On;y uproar I see is against those daring to broach the topic.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:19 AM
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This is why we should adopt a "women and children first" approach to immigration.



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 01:22 AM
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Wow so... We've got a Video on the abuse of Women and Children and Animals and Human Begins and Each Other, right from inside the Isis(Created and Funded by your Unfriendly Neighborhood American Gov't) Enemy Camp, via these brave women. Amazing!
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posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 07:19 PM
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a reply to: ReadLeader
Really, they let them dye their hair? lol



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 08:43 PM
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a reply to: ugmold

Why not? Its not as if anyone sees it anyway....let's not forget the superstitious fear of the female "hair rays" !! Particularly Jewish womens' hair apparently. That's one of the reasons the headscarf niqab burqa has been forced upon these women, besides the fact the men lack any kind of self control

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In 1981, Abol-Hassan Bani-Sadr, the first president of the Islamic Republic, announced that scientific research had shown that women's hair emitted rays that drove men insane. To protect the public, the new regime passed special legislation in 1982 making the new form of hijab mandatory for all females aged above six, regardless of religious faith. Violating the hijab code is punishable by 100 lashes of the cane and six months imprisonment.


Prior to the 1980's the burkha etc were virtually unheard of in Iran Iraq Afghanistan and many other countries who were very westernised and liberal until the rise of the Islamic Fundamentalists upon the deaths & assassinations of various pro West leaders such as the Shah of Iran



posted on Mar, 15 2016 @ 10:50 PM
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a reply to: PhyllidaDavenport


Hair Rays, I like it.

Lol, gotta be some Freud in there somewhere.



posted on Mar, 16 2016 @ 04:17 PM
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a reply to: PhyllidaDavenport

Gah! Finally someone put a lid on those dang infidel-hair-rays-of-sexy-death!




posted on Mar, 20 2016 @ 01:31 PM
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I lived in Saudi Arabia a third of my life (im 40). This was up till 1988. I remember incredibly friendly and generous people (as most people are in the middle east) . The people in power though...they clearly all need to educating to modern thinking. It's a shame as I really do have fond memories of the place. I wouldn't go back now though...In 2016.

I remember my older sister and my my mothers fashion magazines being covered in black marker pen. Everything on a woman but the clothes and faces and hands was covered. So we're tapes of Michael Jackson. His face was blacked (no pun or joke intended...He was still black at the time lol ). They did this with other big celebs images too. Very odd.

For Daesh to be covering everything to do with women's images is taking it to a level I never thought possible.

I consider myself a liberal and very much a pacifist. I abhor war and guns and violence. But I'd have no issue with everyone of those filth (Daesh) being blown to bits.

In fact I would not feel a second of remorse to see them all have their heads cut, burned alive or run over by tanks, as they enjoy doing so much (Daesh...not all inhabitants of Raqqa or muslims in case any of you misunderstand)
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