ISIS tightens grip on scores of female sex slaves
The ads on the Telegraph app are chilling as it is out of tune: a girl for sale is a \"virgin \". Beautiful. 12 years old. . .
Her price has reached $12,500 and will be sold soon.
\"Posts in Arabic appear in encrypted conversations, as well as advertisements for kittens, weapons and tactical equipment.
A minority of Yazidi community activists shared the report with the Associated Press, where women and children were held as sexual slaves by extremists.
ISIS attacks increased during Ramadan, while Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)
The territory that is losing itself
Known as the caliphate, it is stepping up its control over some 3,000 women and girls held as sex slaves.
On the momigiya beach in Connecticut, protesters interrupted Harris with the fusion of ancient barbaric practices and modern technology, ISIS sells women like movable property on its smartphone app and shares a database containing their photos and \"owner\" names to prevent them from escaping through ISIS checkpoints.
The fighters are assassinated the smugglers who rescued the prisoners, just as the money to buy women from slavery is drying up.
Thousands of Yazidi women and children were captured in August 2014, when ISIS militants occupied their villages in northern Iraq with the aim of destroying the Kurds --
It is a minority because of its ancient beliefs.
Since then, Arab and Kurdish smugglers have released an average of 134 people per month.
But according to data provided by the Kurdistan Regional Government, ISIS\'s crackdown has reduced these numbers to 39 in the past six weeks.
German founder Mirza Danai
The Iraqi aid group Luftbrucke Irak said the escape has become more difficult and dangerous in the past two or three months.
\"They registered every slave, every one under the master, and so, if she ran away, every Daesh controlled or checkpoint, or the security forces ---
They know this girl. . .
\"He has fled the owner,\" he said . \" He used the group\'s Arabic initials, acronym. U. S.
State Department spokesman John Kirby told The Associated Press,S.
Continue to \"be shocked by credible reports that Daesh is trafficking in people, especially sexual slavery.
\"This fall not only illustrates the extent to which Daesh belittles life, negates the Islamic faith, but also strengthens our determination to defeat them,\" he said . \".
ISIS\'s attack in the Middle East The Associated Press has secured 48 head shots of a group of prisoners smuggled out of IS
The area controlled by the Escapee, familiar people say, is similar to the area in the slave database of extremists and smartphone applications.
Lamia AGI Bashar tried to escape four times, and finally ran away in the march, racing against the government --
Territory controlled by ISIS militants.
A mine exploded, killing her companions. year-
20-year-old Almas and Catherine
She never knew their last name.
The explosion blinded Lamiya\'s right eye, and her face was scarred by melted skin.
She was saved by the man who secretly took her out. she was lucky.
\"I finally managed to get rid of those infidels, thanks to God,\" 18-year-
At her uncle\'s home in Badel, a small town in northern Iraq, she told The Associated Press from bed.
\"Even if I lose my eyes, it\'s worth it because I live.
Sunni extremists say The Yazidi are hardly human.
The Yazidi faith blends elements of Islam, Christianity and the oro religion of the ancient Persian religion. Their pre-
It is estimated that the war population in Iraq is about 500,000.
Their number is unknown today.
Nadia Murard, who evaded reality, appeared before the United States. S.
Congress and the European Parliament called for help from the international community.
\"Daesh is proud of what the Yazidi people have done,\" she told parliament . \".
They are used as human shields.
They are not allowed to run away.
They could be assassinated.
Where is the world of all this?
Where are humans?
\"ISIS relies on encrypted apps to sell women and girls, and according to an activist who records transactions, he is worried about his safety and asks not to be named.
The activist showed The Associated Press talks about prisoners in an encrypted conversation that took place in real time.
Is a string of suicide bombings a sign of ISIS panic?
The posts, he said, mostly appeared on Telegram, Facebook and WhatsApp to a lesser extent. Both Facebook-
Have the end of WhatsApp and Telegram useto-
End encryption to protect user privacy.
Both said they thought it was crucial to protect private conversations and data, and they could not access the user\'s content themselves.
\"The Telegraph is very popular in the Middle East and in other regions,\" said Telegram spokesman Marcus la . \".
\"Unfortunately, this includes more marginal factors and the widest range of laws --
The broad masses of the people are consistent.
He added that the company is committed to preventing the abuse of the service and frequently cancels public channels used by ISIS.
In addition to the 12-Postyear-
In a group of hundreds of members, the Associated Press has 3-on WhatsApp for one-year-old and a 7-
The price of a baby a month old is $3,700.
\"She wants her master to sell her,\" the post reads . \" Followed by a photo.
\"We have zero tolerance for this kind of behavior, and we disable the account when providing evidence of activity that violates our terms.
\"We encourage people to use our reporting tools when they encounter this behavior,\" said Matt Steinfeld, spokesperson for WhatsApp . \".
Like the Bible, some passages of the Quran implicitly condone slavery, which was common when the Bible appeared.
It also allows men to have sex with their wives and with the \"people they own with their right hand\" who are known by interpreters as female slaves.
In the 19 th and early 20 th centuries, most Muslim scholars supported the prohibition of slavery, citing the verse of the Quran saying that liberating them was a blessing. Some hard-
However, liners continues to insist that sexual slavery must be allowed under Islamic law, although ISIS is the first organization in modern times to incorporate it into organized practice.
In the photos obtained by The Associated Press, many women and girls are dressed in gorgeous costumes and some make-up is very heavy.
Everyone can look directly at the camera and stand in a shabby hotel ballroom, sitting in front of crowded chairs or splendid curtains.
Some people have just graduated from primary school.
No one looks older than 30.
One of them is Nazdar Murat, about 16 years old when she was kidnapped two years ago --
During the day of August 2014, more than 20 young women were taken away by extremists.
Her father and uncle were one of about 40 people killed when ISIS took over the Sinjar area of the center of Yazidi\'s home.
Salat\'s surge in terrorism in Saudi Arabia, ISIS lost a neat tent in a displaced camp outside the northern Iraqi town of Dahuk, nazdal\'s mother said, her daughter called six months ago.
\"We talked for a few seconds.
\"She said she was in Mosul,\" Mulat said, referring to Iraq\'s second --largest city.
\"Every time someone comes back, we ask them what happened to her and no one recognizes her.
I was told she killed herself.
\"The family kept the files of the missing Yazidi people on their mobile phones.
They showed it to those who fled the caliphate to see if anyone had seen her and other families looking for a glimmer of hope, and they would see their missing relatives again.
However, the possibility of rescue is getting smaller and smaller.
The smuggling network that freed prisoners is becoming the target of ISIS leaders, who are keeping Yazidi people at any cost
Profit group Yazda, which helps record crimes against the community and organizes shelters for those fleeing.
The Kurdistan Regional Government has been paying back the poor Yazidi families who have paid smugglers up to $15,000 to rescue their relatives, or what individual fighters have requested
But the Kurdish regional government is running out of money.
Over the past year, Kurdistan has fallen into the economic crisis brought about by the collapse in oil prices, disputes with the Iraqi central government over revenue, and the aftermath of the war against ISIS.
Even if ISIS retreated from towns such as Ramadi or Fallujah, the missing girl could not be found.
The pace of rescue is slowing.
They will stop.
\"People are running out of money, and I have dozens of families with tens of thousands of dollars in debt,\" Slater said . \".
\"There are still thousands of women and children in captivity, but it is increasingly difficult to get them out.
In the summer of 2014, Lamiya was kidnapped in the village of Kocho near the town of Sinjar.
Her parents are presumed dead.
She said her 9-year-
Sister Mayada is still in captivity.
A photo she managed to send to her family showed the little girl standing in front of the ISIS flag.
All five other sisters managed to escape and were later transferred to Germany.
A younger brother, who has been detained in ISIS training camp in Mosul for several months, has also slipped away and is now living with other relatives in the Kurdish Iraqi city of Dahuk.
Lamiya sat quietly and spoke in monotony, telling about her experience of being imprisoned, describing how she passed on from one ISIS follower to another, and everyone beat and violated her
She was determined to run away.
She said her first \"master\" was an Iraqi ISIS commander named after Abu Mansour in the city of Raqqa
In fact, ISIS is in the capital of Syria.
He often handcuffed her and treated her severely.
She tried to escape twice but was caught, beaten and raped.
A month later, she said, she was sold to another ISIS extremist in Mosul.
Two months after she was with him, she was sold to the ISIS bomb again.
Lamiya said he forced her to help him with a suicide vest and a car bomb.
\"I tried to escape him,\" she said . \".
\"He also caught me and hit me. \"When the bomb-
Maker was bored with her and she was handed over to an ISIS doctor at Hawija
Controlled Iraqi town
She said the doctor is the head of ISIS at the town hospital and he also abused her.
More than a year later, she contacted her relatives secretly from there.
Her uncle said the family paid local smugglers $800 to arrange for Lamiya to run away.
She will be reunited with her brothers and sisters in Germany, but nevertheless her heart remains in Iraq.
\"We have a nice house and a big farm. . .
\"I\'m going to school,\" she said . \".