ISIS terrorists continue to spread throughout the Middle East, and they now possess territory in at least 30 countries. As they expand into new territory, they rape and brutalize the women and children they encounter. Now, the terrorist group has begun earning large sums of money by selling thousands of these women and children as sex slaves.
These young Iraqis, mostly women, are on their way to be sold as slaves.
The story was recently reported in the British newspaper The Sun.
Members of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units, a state-sponsored militia group battling ISIS, has learned of the sickening trade, and has discovered mobile phone photos and videos of the women being sold at auction.
The video below shows young girls being pulled from their families and huddled into a group to be sold into sex slavery. You can hear the girls scream in agony as they are forcibly taken from their families, often by their hair. These girls were from the Yazidi region of Iraq.
The women and children are being sold at auctions throughout Saudi Arabia, one of the wealthiest nations in the Middle East. Some of the cell phone photos show the female sex slaves being brutalized and posed in sexually explicit positions. The location data on the photos were identified as different regions of Saudi Arabia. Many of the videos showed women being treated like animals; beaten, and shoved to the ground for no apparent reason.
A spokesman for the PMU told The Sun: “Our investigation officer was appalled at the set of images involving what we believe to be sex slaves. We hope to liberate all Iraqi women and children taken as sexual slaves by ISIS within Iraq or outside of Iraq as their basic human rights are being denied.”
An 18-year-old Yazidi sex slave who escaped ISIS recently published a book, “Daesh’s Slave”. She told the story of how ISIS troops stormed her village and took her prisoner before torturing and raping her. She was sold at an international auction in Saudi Arabia. The buyers were Iraqis, Syrians, Saudis and even some Westerners. She describes how wealthy men would come to the sex-slave auctions and inspect the women like livestock.
Despite the Saudi government turning a blind eye to these sex-slave auction, Hillary Clinton has no problem accepting millions of dollars from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. While she was Secretary of State, she accepted $25 million for her Clinton Foundation from the Saudi government. The foundation took millions of dollars from at least 29 countries, including some that permit violence towards women, such as Nigeria, Uganda, Ukraine, Haiti, Mozambique, China and South Africa. These foreign-government gifts vastly exceeded domestic contributions during her State Department tenure.
Is it any wonder why Secretary Clinton never even questioned the brutal policies of these countries? Should we be surprised that she never called out the Saudi government over these sex-slave auctions? Of course not.
Is it fair to say that Hillary is being a hypocrite for espousing the importance of women’s rights, while coddling up to these misogynist dictatorships? Share your thoughts in the comments section.