Woman forced to work at ISIS schools
& # 39; A teacher refused to teach jihad. They stoned her to death & # 39 ;: Woman forced to work at ISIS schools reveals how staff should focus on Quranic verses about murder and war … or get killed
- Elementary school teacher Ayat, 27, has described life in Deir ez-Zur, East Syria
- She said ISIS was closed schools and turned it into training centers for hunters & # 39;
- Her colleague revealed was stoned because he did not follow the curriculum
A teacher forced to work at ISIS schools revealed how staff were told to focus on Koranic verses about war and murder – and how a friend was stoned after refusing to teach jihad.
The woman, named only as Ayat, said she was trying to teach children in her home in eastern Syria after ISIS – also known as ISIL – closed the schools and turned it into training centers for hunters.
But terror commanders learned about the 27-year-old's plan after a student's mother & # 39; spoke too much & # 39 ;, Al Jazeera reported.
In the documentary & # 39; Women of ISIL & # 39; from Thomas Dandois, she explains: & # 39; The news spread from one person to another. And ISIL discovered that a teacher was teaching at home and did not follow their instructions.
& # 39; They said to my husband: & # 39; She would be better off following an education in the ISIL laws and teaching children how to go to the mosque. Or else … & # 39; It was a threat. I had no other choice. & # 39;
Primary school teacher Ayat has described how she tried to teach children in her home in eastern Syria after ISIS & # 39; closed schools and turned them into training centers for hunters & # 39; (photo: the al-Khansaa Brigade)
Ayat, whose last name is unknown, has been trained in ISIS laws and the & # 39; approved & # 39; curriculum, in which she said she was constantly reminded that she was & # 39; one of them and had to abide by the rules & # 39 ;.
The teacher was then made to take an oath in the presence of the emir's wife in Deir ez-Zur.
In the movie, Ayat said she & # 39; even at home & # 39; was wary and would shake when she saw a vehicle of religious police pass by.
She added that supervisors occasionally made surprising visits to the mosque to check if the teachers behaved as they had instructed us.
Once a group of civil servants came to the place of worship to follow her work while teaching with her good friend, Faten.
The 27-year-old explained how a group of ISIS officials ever came to monitor her work while teaching with her close friend, Faten (stock image)
However, her boyfriend had refused to teach children the prescribed curriculum and instead had her students draw and sing songs for children.
This led to a collision between Faten and the officials – and the teacher was arrested the following day at her home.
& # 39; She was accused of adultery. And for this the punishment was stoning to death, & said Ayat. & # 39; They take the person to a specific place and carry out the punishment. And that is exactly what they did with Faten. & # 39;
The teacher also remembered a copy in which ISIS began to recruit women of her age for the creation of a new brigade. In 2014, the Al-Khansaa Brigade was established as a fully female police or religious enforcement unit for the extremist group.
& # 39; These women used all possible means to convince other women to participate in the fighting, & # 39; she said. & # 39; They flatter them by telling them they would be like men; that they would have authority, power and control – and of course money & # 39 ;.
When Ayat was asked to join the brigade, she told those responsible for recruitment that she had health problems so they wouldn't suspect that I was against them.
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