By Theodore Shoebat
It is now being reported that the American military has slaughtered 34 ISIS jihadists, one of whom was a major sex trafficker named Mustafa Sulaiman Qarabash. As we read in a recent report:
A militant of the Islamic State terror group who sold kidnapped Yazidi girls in a slave market in Syria has reportedly been killed along with 34 other ISIS fighters in a U.S.-led airstrike in Mosul in northern Iraq.
Mustafa Sulaiman Qarabash, also known as Abu Husam al-Iraqi and who is responsible for selling kidnapped Yazidi girls, is said to have been killed near the al-Faruq mosque in Tal Afar close to the Syrian border, reported Rudaw, a Kurdish media network, attributing it to Kurdish official sources.
Husam was among 35 ISIS armed men who were killed, and their base destroyed, in airstrikes on ISIS positions near Gayara, it added.
About 5,000 Yazidi girls and women were taken captive by ISIS to be sold or given to fighters as slaves in August, according to estimates.
ISIS, also known as ISIL, is an al-Qaeda offshoot that has gained control of large swathes of territories in Iraq and Syria. It wants to form an Islamic emirate in the Levant region through “jihad.” The U.S.-led coalition has been conducting airstrikes on ISIS positions in Iraq and Syria since August.
Meanwhile, nearly 150 of the kidnapped girls have come back to their families in Kurdish-controlled areas recently after families paid almost their one year’s income to buy them back, according to International Business Times.
A 15-year-old girl, Sabreen, told the Christian Science Monitor that she and many others were taken to a school in Tel Afar. “Lots of men used to come and look around and when they would see a girl they liked they would say ‘I want to buy that one,'” she was quoted as saying. “There was an emir who was taking money for the girls – $1,000 to $1,500.”