After all, aren’t there more than enough goats and donkeys to go around?
A young boy called Abu Ja’far (“The Father of Ja’far”) preaching to a small gathering about the “black-eyed virgins of Paradise.” The boy represents the Center for Preachers of Jihad was founded by Saudi preacher Abdallah Al-Muhaisini, one of the veteran foreign fighters in Syria, who announced in September that he was opening a military training camp for boys aged 14 and over.
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Listless and silent, 3-year-old Neelofar is in a critical condition after being gagged, raped, and nearly killed by an 18-year-old neighbor, in a male-dominated and segregated society, where rape victims are viewed as outcasts, even as prostitutes.
BBC The girl’s father, Abdul, fears that because they are poor, the authorities will not take the case seriously and ensure the man responsible is prosecuted. “If the government does not give me my rights based on Sharia and Afghan law, I will bring my other six children and kill them in front of the presidential palace and I will leave Afghanistan. My wife and mother also say they will kill themselves.”
The rape of Neelofar is just one of several attacks on young Afghan children which have occurred this month. Doctors are hopeful she will survive her injuries. But it is not clear if she will ever be able to return to her village because of the stigma of being raped.
Women belonging to Iraq’s Yazidi minority, who follow a religion that is neither Christian nor Muslim, have borne much of the worst of the horrors to which Islamic State terrorists subject so-called “infidels.” Turned into sex slaves for and sold as wives to jihadists, the Iraqi doctors who treat them say the abuse they have suffered is shocking.
Breitbart (h/t Rob E) Speaking anonymously to Niqash, a publication focusing on Iraqi issues, doctors working in and around Mosul, the largest city in Iraq under Islamic State control, say Yazidis are among the most abused of those facing extinction at the hands of the terrorist group.
“It is a public, collective act of rape,” said one doctor, who remained anonymous for fear of retribution from Islamic State terrorists. “I treated about ten women and I was stunned to find one who was just 13 years old. Her mental and physical health were very bad,” he noted.
Another woman arrived in a such a state that doctors almost pronounced her dead. “She had been on a hunger strike after being raped by several of the IS gunmen and if she had not been brought to hospital, I am sure she would be dead by now,” the doctor said.
Another doctor in Mosul told the story of “Layla,” a Yazidi girl who is the focal point of the article, perhaps because hers was the story doctors could tell with the most detail. Layla was not a sex slave, but married off to a jihadist, one who forced her to convert to Islam and was clearly abusive. Layla was brought to live in the small town of Tal Afar, where her Arab neighbors noticed her deterioration, and finally one woman requested that her husband let her travel to Mosul for medical treatment. He, surprisingly, acquiesced, though demanding another Islamic State jihadist accompany the women.
A doctor described Layla as “pale and she had physical and psychological pain,” yet by virtue of being relatively intact, he said, “she was in better condition than some of the other Yazidi women we have treated here. Those women were beaten because they did not yield to the demands of the IS group members.”
Blonde-haired, blue-eyed Yazidi girls are favored rape targets by ISIS savages in order to impregnate them to get rid of their “blonde hair gene”
The plight of Yazidi women during the Islamic State takeover of northern Iraq has become one of the most catastrophic humanitarian disasters of this war. The few that have escaped tell of a miserable existence in terrorist-run brothels, in which the jihadists force themselves by the dozen on the women, some barely adolescents.
The brothels are often run by women, the wives of Islamic State jihadists or recruits to the Islamic State themselves, many from Western countries. While the number of Yazidis being subjected to this abuse remains unknown, it is estimated that it may be in the thousands, with reports of hundreds of Yazidi women being abducted in individual attacks on towns.
ISIS terrorists just massacred 80 more Yazidis and kidnapped several women and girls because they refused to convert to Islam
More evidence that children are being indoctrinated and trained to become jihadists in territories controlled by the Islamic State (ISIS) group has emerged in the form of a video showing a little boy learning to shoot and kill.
A child, looking as young as five, is seen firing a pellet gun as he re-enacts a combat scenario running through the streets of a Syrian city, in footage posted online by an activist group.
The blonde-haired boy takes cover behind walls and pauses to reload his weapon acting like an experienced fighter, while another two children and a suspect militant look on. The video was posted online by Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently – a small activist collective which secretly documents the shocking violence and oppression inflicted by the IS on their home city. Raqqa, in northeaster Syria, is a stronghold of the Islamist radicals of and it is considered their de facto capital.
This video is yet more evidence of Islamic State seeking to indoctrinate children from a very young age in an attempt to entrench its hold over the region. IS has been known to groom children to take part in jihad and has preyed upon the children of Raqqa, with the objective of creating an entire generation for whom Islamic extremism and acts of terrorism are normal practice.