By Theodore Shoebat
ISIS Muslims released this message to a community in Iraq: “We will not do anything to you as long as all of your daughters are brought to us by 6 p.m.” Once they got all of the women, they got themselves high off drugs and raped them. One report shows how one of the rape victims, Shirin, was “married” off nine times and recounted this horror in a book in which she states:
We were so blind. We didn’t recognize the danger. Then at around 4 p.m. ISIS fighters told our village head, “We will not do anything to you as long as all of your daughters are brought to us by 6 p.m.”
In two hours they wanted all of the girls outside. The news spread like wildfire. Our village head told us all, “Take your daughters and try to flee. Otherwise they will take your daughters and your wives.”
The report goes on to say:
Shirin and her family were unable to get away in time. She was taken as a sex slave and abused over the course of several months, according to Deutsche Welle and the Daily Mail. Shirin wrote about how she recognized some of her abusers as her former neighbors.
“Muslim Kurds, Arabs and Yazidis were like a big family for me before all of this,” Shirin wrote, according to Deutsche Welle. “It was only after the terrorists seized power that our neighbors suddenly no longer wanted to even eat with us. … Workers, teachers and doctors — all of our Arab neighbors seemed to have joined the [Islamic State].”
The invading ISIS members leered at the women in the village when they arrived to take it over.
“They openly looked us girls up and down and laughed dirtily amongst each other,” Shirin wrote. “Their looks made us frightened and disgusted, their beards were long and unkempt.”
The militants have enslaved thousands of people from the Yazidi ethnic minority in the Middle East. ISIS considers them infidels because their religion does not have a holy book like the Koran or the Bible.
ISIS allows its fighters to take Yazidi women and girls as sex slaves and “wives.” Shirin was married off nine times, once to a 60-year-old man who impregnated her, she wrote. The last man she was “married” to helped her escape to Germany.
After ISIS captured Shirin, she was taken to a hideout with other women where they were “hit, attacked, raped by men high on drugs,” and “left to starve and not given anything to drink,” she wrote.