From time to time, we channel the findings of Middle-East correspondents Harald Doornbos and his wife Jenan Moussa. They are travelling through Syria, visited Raqqa and other former ISIS ruled regions and try to inform the world on the brutalities that have taken place there.
Their biggest concern now is the vast amount of ISIS-fighters who, after their defeat, return back to their homes (in the West) and plan to pick up the lives that they left behind.
They are warning the West to be careful, the fighters have committed brutalities, they are returning home, and until now there is not a single court that can do anything about it, or as Moussa puts it: “When u read my thread on ISIS slavery, it’s shocking to realize there’s no international mechanism or UN court to punish ISIS fighters, no. Many (former) ISIS fighters will walk free.”
Please find a transcript of a conversation Moussa had with a Lebanese ISIS wife, on how Yazidi slaves had to endure virginity tests, rapes and jealousy from ISIS wives, below…
Moussa introduced her thread by stating that:
“Today marks three years after the horrible ISIS slaughter of Yazidis in Sinjar. At least 3100 male Yazidis were killed, and 7000+ women and children were enslaved...
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More on Yazidis
- Interview with Lebanses (Nour) ISIS fighter’s wife 25-06-2017
- Yazidi women: Slaves of the Caliphate
- Yazidi women held as sex slaves by IS – BBC News
- Victims of ISIS: IS victims share their stories