From Mad World News
After a little girl had escaped being repeatedly raped by a group of Muslims, she thought she had finally gained relief from the horrific abuse. However, when she awoke to the sound of her rapists approaching, she knew there was only one way to make them stop forever.
As the Islamic State (ISIS/Daesh) ravages its way through the Middle East, thousands of women and children are taken as sex slaves, as instructed by verses in the Quran and the Islamic Prophet Muhammad’s own behavior. Many are forced to endure the most heinous sexual abuse and physical torture, but for the few who manage to escape, that nightmare still remains.
According to NDTV, Jan Ilhan Kizilhan, a German doctor attending to refugees from Iraq, relayed horror stories of some of the escaped ISIS slaves he’s assisted. As young as 8, the girls have suffered deep physical and psychological trauma, sometimes so severe that they feel there’s no way out but to end it themselves.
Kizilhan spoke of a Yezidi girl who had only recently escaped her ISIS rapists. The girl was repeatedly sold, raped, and tortured by her jihadist owners. It wasn’t until she was safe in a refugee camp that she realized there was only one way to make sure she’d never be a sex slave again.
One night, while she was sleeping in her tent, she thought she heard ISIS insurgents outside. Fearing that they were coming to recapture her, she poured gasoline all over her body and lit a match. She had hoped to mutilate herself so horrendously that no ISIS fighter would ever want to rape her again.
Christian Post reports that girl suffered horrific burns over 80 percent of her body in an effort to make herself unattractive to Muslim fighters.
“She had no nose, no ears left,” the doctor said. “Over the last year, I have documented more than 20 cases of suicide, but this is surely just the tip of the iceberg,” he said, adding the actual number was likely closer to 150.
Kizilhan revealed that most of the girls are between 16 and 20, but some as young as 8 and as old as 40 are taken as sex slaves.
“They have been through hell,” Kizilhan explained, according to Gulf News. “It is really an urgent situation.”
Unlike the women and children Kizilhan has helped, many ISIS sex slaves are not as fortunate. Mad World News previously reported that a girl attempted to escape her captor, only to be caught and brought before the rest of the slaves as an example of what would happen if they did the same.
“Another girl who tried to escaped had her legs cut off,” an escaped Yezidi named Suzan said. “I do not understand why I escaped. I have nothing left. I wish they had killed me instead. What do I have to live for? I try to forget everything, but when I close my eyes, I see them before me and I want to kill myself.”
Another captive was only 7 when she found out her kidnapper’s purpose for her. After being separated from her family, the Yezidi child was to be groomed and educated for one year in preparation for the Muslim man who would take her as his bride.
“The families who give up their children to ISIL [ISIS] are enticed with money – $1400 per month per child. It’s a considerable sum for those families; the people have been starving ever since ISIL seized control of the two cities. On the other hand, if the parents refuse to hand over their child, they could be executed,” a source said.