Muslims Kidnap and Starve Woman Before Feeding Her Lavish Meal… Then She Learns What She Just Ate

The wicked depravity of radical Islamic terrorists knows no bounds. Take what they did to a Yazidi mother they had captured.

According to Iraqi parliament member Vian Dakhil, who last week spoke with Politico, after Islamic State group militants captured the mother and her two sons — aged 3 and 5 — they starved her for two days.

Then on the third day, they handed the poor woman a bowl of rice with meat. As she began to eat, the militants revealed to her that the meat was in fact from her dead 3-year-old son.

“She tells me, ‘Please, I can’t, I don’t know what can I do — I’m eating my son,’” Dakhil somberly explained. “This is what happened with those woman under ISIS control, and nobody cares. This is, I say that to Mr. Obama, ‘Do you agree with … a woman — she ate her son.’”

Sadly, according to what British fighter Yasir Abdulla told the U.K. Daily Mail last March, the exact same thing happened to another mother as well.

“They brought her cups of tea and fed her a meal of cooked meat, rice and soup,” Abdulla said of the mother, who had shown up at the militants’ headquarters to ask about her kidnapped son.

“She thought they were kind. But they had killed him and chopped him up, and after she finished the meal and asked to see her son, they laughed and said, ‘You’ve just eaten him.’”

It takes a very sick and twisted soul to commit such a heinous crime against a woman, let alone a mother. But to followers of the Prophet Mohammad, one of the most wicked men in human history, this sort of behavior is just a tiny stepping stone in their quest to turn the entire world into a veritable Islamic madhouse.

via Conservative Tribune

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