ISIS retracts endorsement of jihadist who blew himself up while masturbating to Quran

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Al Badi | ISIS has awkwardly disassociated itself this week from a massive suicide car bomb explosion in Iraq after first claiming responsibility for the attack.

The suicide bomber, who is now believed to be Muhammad Ibn Shazam, died in a suicide car bomb explosion in Iraq this week targeting a Kurdish group taking on ISIS.

The attack, which was caught on camera by the jihadist himself and uploaded live on Facebook, made no human casualties except for the jihadist himself.

ISIS also quickly retracted its official endorsement of the attack after the uploaded video apparently showed the jihadist masturbating while reciting the Quran before dying from the explosion moments later.

The terrorist was allegedly seen masturbating while reciting excerpts from the Quran about the 72 virgins awaiting him in Muslim martyrs’ paradise before being removed entirely from Facebook hours later.

The belief that 72 virgins are waiting for a terrorist martyr and that they will enjoy rich sensual rewards upon reaching paradise is a fundamental part of shahidism (suicidal terror attacks), according to former CIA analyst and terrorism expert, Michael J. Rosenberg.

The belief that 72 virgins are waiting for a terrorist martyr and that they will enjoy rich sensual rewards upon reaching paradise is a fundamental part of shahidism (suicidal terror attacks), according to former CIA analyst and terrorism expert, Michael J. Rosenberg.

72 virgins in paradise

According to former CIA analyst and terrorism expert, Michael J. Rosenberg, sexual fantasies are a huge part of suicidal terror attacks.

“Most jihadists are virgins even in their late thirties and have never had a sexual experience with a woman, that is why the idea of 72 virgins waiting for them in Heaven might sound extremely appealing,” he explains.

“Some have had sexual experiences with other fellow soldiers or even with goats or sheep, which is permitted by Islam if the animal is killed afterward, but opportunities to engage in a relationship with a woman are extremely rare on the battlefield,” he adds.

ISIS is believed to have retracted its support for the suicidal attack because masturbation is considered haram (forbidden) and any sexual engagement outside of marriage, including masturbation, is a major sin similar to “eating the flesh of a pig” according to Islam and causes the doer to be punished in this life and in the afterlife.

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