Daesh terrorists kill over 200 women in Mosul
Kurdish officials say Daesh terrorists have recently executed 250 women in their stronghold in Mosul for refusing to become sex slaves under the Takfiri group’s “sexual war.”
The victims had all been ordered to accept “temporary marriages” to militants in the terror group’s northern Iraq stronghold, according to Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) spokesman Saeed Mamouzini.
But when they refused the proposal, they were butchered, sometimes along with their families, the British newspaper the Daily Mail quoted the official as saying.
“At least 250 have so far been executed by Daesh in the city for refusing to accept the practice of sexual war, and sometimes the families of the girls were also executed for rejecting to submit to the request,” he told Iran’s AhlulBayt news agency.
Another official from the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Ghayas Surchi, said women were barred from going out alone in Mosul and were not allowed to choose their spouses either. The city has been under the Daesh control since 2014.
The Takfiri terrorists have been forcing women they capture to become sex slaves as they continue committing crimes against humanity on a large scale in the areas under their control.
In December, Turkey said it had sent hundreds of troops to the Bashiqa military camp near Mosul to train Iraqi troops to fight Daesh terrorists.
Baghdad has accused Ankara of using training as a pretext to increase its influence in northern Iraq.
In August 2014, more than 500 Yazidi women and young girls were abducted by Daesh terrorists when they stormed the Sinjar region in northern Iraq and slaughtered more than 5,000 of their men.
Dozens have been driven to suicide by the Takfiri terrorists who abused them, according to the people risking their own lives to rescue them.
On September 4, 2015, Daesh terrorists brought dozens of non-Iraqi women to Mosul to use them as sex slaves following an order by the terrorist group’s leader, Ibrahim al-Samarrai aka Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
On August 15 that year, Daesh militants executed 15 women at the Ghazlani military base, which lies near Mosul, after the victims refused to marry the militants. The terrorists had executed 19 women in Mosul on the same ground the previous month.
Hana Nawafili, a spokeswoman for the Iraqi Observatory for the Defense of Battered Women, told Arabic-language al-Maalomah news agency on July 18, 2015 that Daesh terrorists had gang-raped seven female residents of Fallujah and then murdered them.
The northern and western parts of Iraq have been plagued by gruesome violence ever since Daesh terrorists mounted their offensive in June 2014.
The militants have been committing vicious crimes against all ethnic and religious communities in Iraq, including Shias, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians and others.