Monday, December 22, 2014

Yazidi Sex Slave Escapes Isis

While it is good that Western news outlets are reporting the stories of the Yazizi and the women that have been forcefully converted to Islam and then made into sex slaves.  Unfortunately the media and Amnesty International still refuse to attribute sex slavery to it's source; the Pedophile Mohammed.  Rather Amnesty prefers to "examine the extent to which enslavement is a key tenant of the Isis ideology".

Just why Amnesty refuses to expose the origins of Islamic slave taking and trading is an open question.  My take is that Amnesty, like most international releaf groups is paralized by simple raw fear of Muslim violence.


Yazidi sex slave escapes Isis to tell her story: 'They took us away like cattle'

In late November, after nearly four months as Isis slaves, a 19-year old Yazidi woman and her younger sister escaped their captors — and have revealed how the terrorist group's slave trade operates.

The woman, identified as Girl B, was taken by Isis fighters in early August following their invasion of the Kurdish city of Sinjar. Her 14-year old sister was also taken by the group, but their mother prevented the capture of their 11-year old sister.

She told The Times: "My mother started screaming and begging for mercy as the Daesh (Isis) fighters told my sister and me to join the group of younger women specially selected."

"But they tore us from her grasp. I saw other women in the building being dragged out to waiting lorries by their hair."

Girl B explained that once Isis arrived they began dividing the local Yazidis into groups — first separating men from the women and children, and then separating the married women from the unmarried.

Article continue HERE.