ISIS Fighter Wants No More Traffic Tickets, Slavery Is OK Though

One of the British jihadists dubbed “The Beatles” defended the slavery of Yazidi women in an interview with a Lebanese journalist, while claiming that ISIS issuing traffic tickets broke Islamic law.

El Shafee Elsheikh has been detained in Kobane by the Syrian Democratic Forces since January, and said he’d been treated “fine; not bad” by his captors. The SDF caught Elsheikh and another Brit, Alexanda Kotey, as they tried to flee alongside civilians.

His group of British ISIS fighters is accused of overseeing and torturing foreign hostages, many of whom were murdered, with Mohammed “Jihadi John” Emwazi being part of the cell. British media reported that Elsheikh was a mechanic and soccer fan before journeying to Syria in 2012.

“It’s just like any other jail: you eat, sleep, you wait to be interrogated,” he said in the interview with Jenan Moussa of Dubai-based satellite channel Alaan TV.

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