Thursday, April 21, 2016

ISIS executes 250 women for refusing to become sex slaves

IS executes 250 women for refusing to become sex slaves: reportIslamic State (ISIS) executes 250 girls in northern Iraq for refusing to become sex slaves. The girls were ordered to accept temporary-marriages to jihadists and were consequently killed, sometimes with their families. Women are not allowed to go out alone in Mosul, Iraq's 2nd largest city; and cannot choose their spouses.

The executions follows similar-killings occuring last August (2015); in which 19 Mosul, Iraq women were slaughtered for refusing to have sex with ISIS jihadists.
Up to 500 Yazidi women and girls were kidnapped and sexually-abused by jihadists in August, 2014. In October, 2014, more than 500 Yazidi women and young girls were kidnapped by ISIS when ISIS stormed Sinjar in northern Iraq.

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