Monday, 22 December 2014

The ISIS Slave story here and now



Slaves servant are sold even for a few dollars .....

Fact now on the Islamic slavery 
The Yazidi religious minority community in Iraq says 3,500 of its women and girls are still being held by the so-called Islamic State (IS), many being used as sex slaves. A few have managed to escape and here tell their harrowing stories.IS has, indeed, given out orders on the proper use of women as slaves.The group's Department of Research and Fatwas (religious edicts) has issued a pamphlet with the chillingly matter-of-fact title: "Questions and Answers on Taking Captives and Slaves".

The document appears to be genuine. It was posted on an jihadist web forum and, apparently, given out after Friday prayers in Mosul.
Christians, Jews and Yazidi women can all be taken as slaves, it says. Women can be bought, sold, and given as gifts; they can be disposed of as property if a fighter dies.

The pamphlet's Q&A format includes the following:

Question: Is it allowed to have intercourse with a female captive immediately after taking possession of her? 
Answer: If she is a virgin, her master can have intercourse with her immediately after taking possession. But if she is not, you must make sure she is not pregnant.

Question: Is it allowed to have intercourse with a female slave who has not reached puberty? 
Answer: You may have intercourse with a female slave who hasn't reached puberty if she is fit for intercourse. 
However, if she is not fit for intercourse, it is enough to enjoy her without.

It is a depraved and depressing document, at odds with mainstream Islam, though well-researched with Koranic verses and hadiths, or reports of what the Prophet Muhammad said or approved.
One theory is that the pamphlet was actually issued to try to restrain the more outlandish behaviour of IS fighters. 
It says, for instance that a man may not sleep with his wife's slave, or with another man's slave; and that a man may own two sisters but not sleep with them at the same time.


The annihilation plan: 
From the interviews we conducted in northern Iraq, it seems that if Yazidi women converted, they might expect a forced marriage. If they did not convert, they might end up being passed around a number of fighters.
Khidher Domle, a Yazidi activist who introduced me to the women, accuses Islamic State of a deliberate attempt to erase the Yazidis' culture, religion and bloodline.
"This was planned from the start," he says, "It's their strategy."The pattern was always the same, he goes on. The women were gathered in large halls and distributed as the spoils of war. 
Foreign fighters usually chose first, then the local leaders of IS. "These [local Sunnis] are the worst. They are barbarians. They take two, three, four, five women," Mr Domle says. "The world has forgotten our women and girls. Where is the international military operation to free them?" in August when media  first heard about women and girls being taken. People did not know whether to believe what was being said. It sounded like the mix of hysteria and propaganda. 
But since then the evidence has piled up. A report by Amnesty International, to be published on Tuesday, has more harrowing testimony, from dozens of women.

IS itself has not tried to hide what it has done. 
As well as the pamphlet and the video, its official publication, Daqib, records what happened:
"After capture, the Yazidi women and children were then divided according to Sharia [Islamic law] amongst the fighters of Islamic State who participated in the Sinjar operations…
"Before Satan sows doubt among the weak-minded and weak-hearted, remember that enslaving the kuffa [infidels] and taking their women as concubines is a firmly-established aspect of Sharia."
A BBC investigation in September into the number of women and girls being held as sex-slaves by IS revealed that the scale, particularly among the minority Yazidi community, was much bigger than previously estimated.
The figure of 3,500 women and girls still in captivity is not a rough estimate. A Yazidi committee has names of all the missing. Of those who have returned, some are pregnant.

The Yazidis people are deeply conservative. They have faced an attempt to destroy them as a people. Even after the credible reports of mass killings and forced conversions, what happened to the women 
remains perhaps the most traumatic event. So far, a total of ONLY some 400 women and girls have managed to escape. 

Occasionally, a woman still turns up at one of the camps in northern Iraq, terrified and exhausted, 
a victim of slavery in the 21st Century.


The following videos should be seen in order to understand how organized this islamic rape and killing at will is against non Muslims in the IS areas...


Yazidi women tell of sex slavery trauma

Yazidi women tell of horror of ISIL captivity and slave auctions


ISIS militants- A young Yazidi woman raped 30 times in just a few hours


CNN Interviews Yazidi Girl Kidnapped and Raped by Islamic State Terrorists



Women raped by ISIS



At last but not least the video showing the ISIS men talking about...
(ISIS)Selling Yazidi women|Exclusive report|


If this don't wake you up on what radical islam is doing to innocent 
people then there is little hope left in the world.


All we at SDR ask you dear reader is?
Show something good that Islam has brought "us all" please.
Its not to much asked is it?