Thursday, September 11, 2014

ESCAPED YAZIDI SEX SLAVES TELL OF HARROWING ABUSE BY ISLAMIC STATE

Recently, seventy members of Iraq's Yazidi religious minority escaped a brutal Islamic State (IS) prison after a month of captivity in Mosul, Iraq. Some of those prisoners, including young girls, chose to tell the media about the horrific treatment Yazidis suffered at the hands of IS.

A 14-year-old girl, known as “Narin,” told journalist Mohammed A. Salih her story and how she escaped captivity. IS killed her brother and other young men as they transported the women and girls to a school in Baaj, just west of Mosul. The terrorist group attempted to convert the women, but the women continually refused. The guards then separated the married and unmarried women. Narin and her friend were given to two IS soldiers as wives or concubines in ...

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