sexual slavery

sexual slavery

ISIS take 'prettiest virgins' as sex slaves and burned one alive for refusing extreme perverted acts

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ISIS is sending the ‘prettiest virgins’ they capture to slave markets in the Syrian city of Raqqa, where they are sold as sexual objects to the highest bidder, the United Nation’s Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict has said. After the depraved militants attack their villages, they strip the girls naked, conduct virginity tests, evaluate their bodies and send them to twisted auctions, Zainab Bangura claims. She discovered the gruesome extent of Islamic State’s sexual crimes against young women – particularly from Iraq’s Yazidi minority community – after collecting information from Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. ISIS carries out ‘systematic sexual crimes’ against Yazidi women and girls after kidnapping over 200 of them from their homes in northern Iraq last August, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has said. Those considered the most beautiful are then sent to Islamic State’s adopted capital where they are sold naked, the UN envoy now claims. They are first offered to the leaders of the depraved organisation, followed by the Emirs, and finally the soldiers. Each buyer usually takes three or four girls and keeps them for a few months before they grow tired of them and sell them again, she told Middle East Eye. She added: ‘We heard of one girl who was traded 22 times, and of a Takfiri leader who had written his name on the girl’s hand to show that she was his “property”. ‘Tens of thousands of the ISIS members expect that they will [get] women to [marry] following their recruitment.rrorists are picking out the “prettiest virgins” from the women they capture and sending them to their Syrian stronghold to be sex slaves, according to a UN expert. And there are horrific reports about the fate of the brave women who resist the murderous terrorists - including one victim who was burned alive for refusing to perform “extreme sexual acts”. Zainab Bangura, the special representative of the UN secretary general on sexual violence, has travelled to Syria, Iraq, Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan and spoken to women who have endured sexual violence at the hands of militants, particularly women of the Yazidi minority.