Yazidi girl raped by 12 men, ISIS sex slave reveals horrifying abuse

February 3, 2017 | By | Reply More

A Young Yazidi girl Nadia Murad who was kept as an ISIS sex slave revealed how she was raped by 12 men and forced to change her religion.

girl rapedNadia Murad who has been testifying before the world of her brutal treatment at the hands of the Islamic State terror group, said she was raped by 12 radicals in total, but noted that parts of the ordeal are so painful they can’t even be talked about.

She was captured by the ISIS militants in Iraqi Kurdistan in 2014, and though now she is free after managing to escape the clutches of ISIS, she reveals the horrific treatment that she and thousands of other Yazidi girls have been subjected to.

“We felt the world is not for us we are not valued as humans in their hands,” “They enslaved about 6,500 young girls they took them to different places. They did what they want to the women and my fate was the same. I was one from them and those victims they did everything to us.”

The young Yazidi girl described how ISIS militants took any girl over nine years old, enslaving them, abusing them, and forcing them to change their religion.

“all the abducted females subjected to all crimes to their hands that nobody can mention what they did for us,” the girl said.

She added that during her captivity she was kept for two months in a house with a man and his family, where she was violated by more than a dozen men.

“ISIS Jihadists members have the same behavior and they were dealing with us at the same level but this one who took me told me he was a very, very bad man,” she said.

She revealed that overall 12 isis men raped her “I was subjected to many bad things. she continued. “The last man who bought me said he would take me to someone from Syria. He went to buy clothes for me and there were no guards in front of his house; he told me to prepare because he was going to rape me.”

Yazid girl Murad was able to escape through the help of human rights workers and a fake I.D., eventually making her way to Germany, where she has been able to begin a new life.

October 2016, Murad was awarded the prestigious Vaclav Havel Human Rights Prize in Strasbourg for her courage in speaking out about her ordeal.

Young girl has in the past similarly said that what ISIS is doing to women is “much more difficult life than death,” and criticized world leaders who turn a blind eye to the suffering.

Tears in her eyes further she say we die every day in the hands of ISIS because we see the world silent in the face of our plight. she said last year.

Press journalist for HRO media – Ignacio Damigo reports.

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