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A RIVETING VIEW OF LIFE UNDER ISIL

 

“Niqab, forced prayers, no music, no entertainment…those are being imposed.”

BY JOHN HINDERAKER

A Syrian woman carried a hidden camera around the streets of Raqqa, a city controlled by ISIL. Somehow she smuggled her video out of Syria, and it was broadcast on French television. It has been on YouTube for a couple of days, but I didn’t learn about it until today. It doesn’t seem to have been too widely viewed, so you likely haven’t seen it either. There are guns everywhere, and a frightening moment when an armed stranger stops the woman as she is secretly filming and tells her she needs to “behave better”–he can see her face through her niqab. We also see French women who have traveled to Syria and are talking to their families at home:

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