Skip to comments.I was an Isis sex slave. I tell my story because it is the best weapon I have
Posted on 10/06/2018 6:28:29 AM PDT by BenLurkin
The slave market opened at night. We could hear the commotion downstairs where militants were registering..., and when the first man entered the room, all the girls started screaming. It was like the scene of an explosion. We moaned as though wounded, doubling over and vomiting on the floor, but none of it stopped the militants. They paced around the room, staring at us, while we screamed and begged. They gravitated toward the most beautiful girls first, asking, How old are you? and examining their hair and mouths. They are virgins, right? they asked a guard, who nodded and said, Of course! like a shopkeeper taking pride in his product. Now the militants touched us anywhere they wanted, running their hands over our breasts and our legs, as if we were animals.
It was chaos while the militants paced the room, scanning girls and asking questions in Arabic or the Turkmen language.
"Calm down! militants kept shouting at us. Be quiet! But their orders only made us scream louder. If it was inevitable that a militant would take me, I wouldnt make it easy for him. I howled and screamed, slapping away hands that reached out to grope me. Other girls were doing the same, curling their bodies into balls on the floor or throwing themselves across their sisters and friends to try to protect them.
Attacking Sinjar... and taking girls to use as sex slaves wasnt a spontaneous decision made on the battlefield by a greedy soldier. Islamic State planned it all: how they would come into our homes, what made a girl more or less valuable, which militants deserved a sabaya [sex slave] as incentive and which should pay.
They even discussed sabaya in their glossy propaganda magazine, Dabiq, in an attempt to draw new recruits.
(Excerpt) Read more at theguardian.com ...
Waiting for the lefties to line up outside the mosques in their stupid red outfits.
Islam - the biggest force in slavery worldwide, for 1,400 years.
Muslims ran the slave industry and coastal slave markets in Africa (still do, mostly), where the West filled their slave ships for a couple of hundred years. But for the rest of the time, the market was primarily muslims.
Its what they do.
When Amy Shumer and Emily Ratijowski start protesting this I may pay them some attention.
Waiting on Difi to come out against this.
I think this is why so many women in America are embracing Islam./s
Paging Little Miss Fake Tits.
The RED FLAG I see in this heartbreaking story is that she has aligned herself with Attorney Amal Clooney ( I call her Anal)
Clooney is sitting right next to her!
Either this poor girl doesnt know Clooney is a calculating Socialist/Communist who probably aids and abets the very horror this young lady escaped from...
...or Nadya is naive and Anal has promised her pro pro bono work!!,
Either way, disgusting!!!!!!!,
I should spell her name right....Nadia
...and its pro bono
The other red flag is that the Guardian is rolling out the positive coverage red carpet.
Makes me wonder if any of this story is true at all and if the author is a real person and not a GCHQ alias.
Here is something for the vagina hat brigade to get truly worked up about. What’s that, you say? They don’t seem to care?
for the left-despite all they say..its not really about “women’s rights” at all.
As we learned these past weeks watching them in action with Kavanaugh—its about the ability to “convict by accusation” they’re really after-something the muslim world actually can do!!
So the left admires Sharia
Islam, the slave traders and pedophiles cult....
Why risk your neck when you can enjoy a tax-payer funded smorgasbord of "all-you-can-rape" in any number of European countries with little, if any, consequences?
The Religion of Peace. Again.
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