New Zealand farmer arrested for selling sheep as sex slaves to ISIS

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A New Zealand farmer has been arrested after police were cautioned by the CIA and MI6 that he was working with ISIS in Syria.

Allan Seymour, 52, was sending an “intriguing large number” of animals to Syria, the animals were sent to areas in Syria which are not controlled by the local government, but ruled by ISIS forces. This has alarmed the CIA and MI6 authorities who are stationed in the region and have reported this on to the NZ Police.

The New Zealand Customs agency first believed that he was concealing weapons or explosives inside the shipments, but further examinations have found no evidence of any illicit substances or materials.

Rather, CIA and MI6 announced that the sheep “were not used for food” but rather “were used for satisfying ISIS soldiers sexual appetite” which was confirmed by a representative for the New Zealand’s Ministry of Defence.

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Allan Seymour sold a huge number of sheep to Syria to “fulfil ISIS officers sexual craving” as. Copyright

The desire for sheep
According to Middle Eastern political analyst Dave Wellsborough, the interest for domesticated animals in the area is nothing new.

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“Islamic law permits to sleep with goats, sheep or other livestock as long as the animal is killed afterward, which explains the high numbers,” and “ISIS soldiers are importing large quantities of livestock from other regions in the area because ISIS soldiers have a high libido giving that there are not many women around,” he explains.

Bestiality and Islam
In a controversial meeting with, Dr. Zakir Naik – a prominent Quranic researcher – clarified why bestiality is allowed under specific conditions in Islam.

“A man is still considered pure when he releases his lust with a sheep or goat. If there is no woman, then there is no true lust or sexual sin. Then the animal becomes tainted and so must die. So says the Prophet Mohammed”.

According to reports, more than 20,000 sheep were sent to Syria by Allan Seymour in the last 12 months alone. And that more than one-hundred thousand sheep have been sent from other farmers to the region.

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