Yesterday, it came out that ISIS militants were fleeing their “Islamic State” because not only were they losing territory to the Syrians, but they were complaining about a lack of fast food and fried chicken. Yet as I also pointed out, these are the same people who took delight in robbing, raping, and torturing Christians and Pagans of all ages for the fun of it. Now we see even more horrible torture at the hands of ISIS- while they were crying out for a bucket of KFC, these children were crying as these same soldiers tied them in the desert sun and were beating them like cattle:
Sevi recalls being sold to a militant from Tunisia named Abu Saif. She said that Abu Saif treated her and her children as if they were farm animals. During the two-month stay as property of Abu Saif, Sevi recalls how she and her children were frequently tortured.
“[Abu Saif] treated me and my children just like livestocks, and kept us for almost two months,” she explained. “During our stay with Abu Saif and his original family, he and his wife and mother-in-law tortured us countless times both physically and psychologically.”
Along with being tortured, Sevi said that she and her kids were so severely underfed by the militant that she had to sneak into the kitchen every night after Abu Saif and his family went to bed so that she could feed her children appropriately.
After two months under the control of Abu Saif, Sevi and her children were sold to another Tunisian jihadi, who tortured them even more relentlessly than Abu Saif and his family had.
Sevi said that the militant, who she did not identify by name, would tie her and her kids up outside and leave them exposed to the extremely intense sun and heat. According to Sevi, the militant would beat her and her kids for no reason while they were trapped in the hot sun.
Sevi and her kids were eventually sold for a third time to a militant named Mohamad from Aleppo.
An Ottoman Turk taunts starving Armenian Christian children with a piece of bread during the Genocide, no different than what ISIS is doing today.