ISIS housewife? Extremists release domestic video guide
The animated cartoon video demonstrates how wives of ISIS militants can cook for their husbands after a battle
While being more widely known for releasing gruesome videos of beheadings and torture, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) group’s media arm has issued a video on how to be “ultimate wives of jihad,” UK newspaper the Daily Mail reported Wednesday.
The animated cartoon video demonstrates how wives of ISIS militants can cook for their husbands after a battle, how to stitch damaged clothes and even how to perform first aid.
In the footage, advices of “quick and simple” recipes are shared.
“This is a quick recipe that can be served to the mujhadeen [ISIS fighters] with coffee or can be eaten at any time with water, especially during breaks in battles. They contain significant calories and will extend the power and strength of the mujhadeen, Allah willing.”
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