It happens daily in ISIS controlled Iraq and Syria. Young wives are taken from their husbands, and daughters from their families to make them sex slaves for ISIS fighters. In the ISIS video below, you see terrified young women being taken from their husbands and families by adherents of the Islamic death cult.
The Daily Mail reported on the story of a 21-year-old Yazidi woman whose entire family was killed as she was taken captive. She was raped and tortured for three months before being able to escape. Read her harrowing and heartbreaking story below.
An ISIS sex slave survivor who was forced to watch her family be brutally murdered by jihadists before being taken into captivity has called for humanity to ‘unite’ against the terrorists.
Nadia Murad Basee Taha, 21, was orphaned when ISIS extremists slaughtered six of her brothers as well as her mother in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar in August 2014.
She was among more than 5,000 Yazidi women taken captive when extremists swept through the town and was held in a building in the ISIS stronghold of Mosul where she was raped and tortured.
She managed to escape the clutches of the jihadists three months later and now lives in Germany, where she works closely with the United Nations (UN) to tell of her experiences.
During a talk before the United Nations Security Council at Trade Union Congress House in central London this week, she called for ‘humanity to be united in facing ISIS’.
She said: ‘It is a threat to all the communities in the region. I would like everyone to help, maybe just by speaking, to help the people affected by this war.
‘A year and a half has passed and the genocide against the Yazidis is continuous. We die every day because we see the world silent in the face of our plight.
‘My mother saw them killing my brothers and then they took my mother and killed her.
‘I was already orphaned as I didn’t have a father, all I had in the war was my mother.
‘But when they took me to Mosul and raped me, I forgot my mother and brothers. Because what they were doing to the women was more difficult than death.
She said 27 mass graves have been discovered in the region so far.
‘What we are asking for is humanity to be united in facing ISIS.’
Ms Murad added that the community had lost trust in the government as the Yazidis can’t return to Sinjar without protection.
She branded ISIS ‘criminals’ who needed to be tackled by the world community and asked for everyone to ‘come on board.’
During the talk, there were calls for Ms Murad to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, a suggestion which was met with loud applause.
It’s past time to wipe these diseased cultists off of the planet.