Iraq

We enslaved Iraq’s Izadi Kurd women, kids: ISIL

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The ISIL Takfiri group has confirmed that the militants enslaved and sold Izadi Kurd women and children, says a magazine purportedly published by the terrorist group.

The latest issue of Dabiq magazine said on Sunday that the community’s “enslaved” families are “now sold.”

It added that Izadi women and children were later divided according to their so-called “Shariah” amongst the militants who had taken part in the attacks against the town of Sinjar in northern Iraq back in August as part of the terrorists’ lightning advance across northern and western Iraq.

Meanwhile, Human Rights Watch said the Izadi women and children remained captive, adding that the group has “separated young women and teenage girls from their families and has forced some of them to marry its fighters.”

The ISIL’s August attacks displaced tens of thousands of people, including the elderly and children who perished while left stranded in the Sinjar Mountains.

The Dabiq magazine also quoted Mohammed al-Adnani, the ISIL spokesman, addressing those who do not follow their Takfiri rules, saying, “We will conquer your Rome, break your crosses, and enslave your women.”

The ISIL Takfiri terrorists, who currently control parts of Syria and Iraq, have committed widespread acts of violence, including mass executions, abductions, torture and forcing women into slavery in the areas they have seized in the two countries.

They have threatened all communities, including Shias, Sunnis, Kurds, Christians, Izadi Kurds and others, as they continue their atrocities in Iraq.

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