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No more 'fifth wife' sex slaves and maids, Niger's court rules
Fatwa sheds new light on how Islamic State is trying to justify the sexual slavery of women. It sheds new light on how the group is trying to reinterpret centuries-old teachings to justify the sexual slavery of women in the swaths of Syria and Iraq it controls. The fatwa was among a huge trove of documents captured by US special operations forces during a raid targeting a top Islamic State official in Syria in May. Reuters has reviewed some of the documents, which have not been previously published.
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DAKAR, March 20 Thomson Reuters Foundation - Niger's top court has outlawed the practice of keeping women as maids and sex slaves known as "fifth wives", capping a decade-long legal battle by one victim that could inspire others in the West African nation to seek justice, lawyers and activists said. The "fifth wife" custom - also known as "wahaya" - is when in addition to the four wives permitted by Islam, rich men take on other, unofficial wives who live as domestic and sexual slaves, said Britain-based group Anti-Slavery International. Hadizatou Mani, a woman who was forced into slavery as a "fifth wife", escaped over a decade ago and married someone else, but her former master took her to court accusing her of bigamy, said Anti-Slavery International, which backed her case. A Nigerien court initially ruled in favour of her master, but Mani appealed the decision. Last month, the Niger Court of Appeals ruled that her first marriage was never valid and that all "fifth wife" marriages are illegal, according to court documents seen by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.