Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Top ISIS Fighter Forced to Resign Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

RAQQA, Syria—(TYDN) One of the most heralded and violent ISIS fighters was forced to resign from the terror network Wednesday after being accused of unwanted sexual advances following a recent attack on the way to the caliphate, TheYellowDailyNews has learned.

Ali Amaki Amoka's resignation sent shockwaves throughout the terror network. ISIS said in an exclusive statement to TheYellowDailyNews that Amoka, 19, had been praised for hundreds of beheadings of innocent men, women and children. ISIS, however, said that even its most celebrated insurgent had to be removed in light of the groping allegation.
Ali Amaki Amoka. TYDN photo: Jon Alev Eikenes

"Amoka's presence on the slaughtering field will certainly be missed," ISIS said. "But ISIS will not tolerate the unbecoming conduct of unwanted sexual advances, other than the usual raping on the battlefield."

Sources familiar with the Amoka allegations, speaking to TheYellowDailyNews on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the case, said that Amoka was celebrating a recent car bombing that killed more than a dozen people, including women and children, outside a local hospital here.

"He was so excited by the kill that he slapped the buttocks of a fellow fighter while exulting that he just killed a dozen innocents," according to the source. "The victim reported this gross misconduct and Amoka immediately resigned."

Following the victim's allegations, several other insurgents reported similar conduct by Amoka in the battlefield.

TheYellowDailyNews is not releasing the names of these victims to protect their privacy. One of those victims told TheYellowDailyNews on condition of anonymity that he and Amoka had just slit the throats of several women and children they raped along the Syria-Turkey border when he was sexually attacked by Amoka.

"We were so excited watching the blood pool and Amoka high-fives me and then suddenly spanked me on the behind as we were exulting," the victim told TheYellowDailyNews. "I was so ashamed that I did not immediately report this gross violation of sexual misconduct."

U.S. President Donald Trump said the Amoka scandal underscores that the United States is winning the war against terror.

"It absolutely shocks the conscience that ISIS would have allowed this sexual predator to join its ranks in the first place," the president told TheYellowDailyNews in an exclusive Oval Office interview.

Amoka, who was awaiting his public execution at a Syrian prison, declined comment.