Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014
Translated from German by Translate for Justice
MOSUL – After recent defeats in northern Iraq, terrorist militia the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) is now transporting more enslaved women to Syria, according to the most recent reports. Several informants for the Êzîdi Press, who have been in contact with eye witnesses in the affected cities and villages, confirm that for the past two days, the terrorists have been loading abducted Yazidi women onto busses and other vehicles and taking them away.
“They drove up in long busses and had the women and girls get on. Where they took them afterward, I don’t know,” a local resident and eyewitness reported by telephone. One of the abducted women, whom our correspondent was able to speak with beforehand, ultimately confirmed that they were to be brought to Syria—“I heard them joking among themselves about how they were taking us to Syria, where they would show us off to their ‘brothers’ and sell us to them. I am afraid, we’re all afraid.”