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KING: ISIS terrorists aren’t Muslims — they're just evil men The fighters are assassinating smugglers who rescue the captives, just as funds to buy the women out of slavery are drying up.The thousands of Yazidi women and children were taken prisoner in August 2014, when IS fighters overran their villages in northern Iraq with the aim to eliminate the Kurdish-speaking minority because of its ancient faith.Saved by the man who smuggled her out, she counts herself among the lucky."I managed in the end, thanks to God, I managed to get away from those infidels," the 18-year-told the AP from a bed at her uncle's home in the northern Iraqi town of Baadre. " Massive human trafficking sting in Texas leads to 61 arrests IS relies on encrypted apps to sell the women and girls, according to an activist is documenting the transactions and asked not to be named for fear of his safety.KHANKE, Iraq — The advertisement on the Telegram app is as chilling as it is incongruous: A girl for sale is "Virgin. It was shared with The Associated Press by an activist with the minority Yazidi community, whose women and children are being held as sex slaves by the extremists.
All look directly at the camera, standing in front of overstuffed chairs or brocade curtains in what resembles a shabby hotel ballroom. Her father and uncles were among about 40 people killed when IS took over the Sinjar area, the heart of the Yazidi homeland.Like the Bible, some passages of the Quran implicitly condone slavery, which was widespread when the holy book emerged.It also allows men to have sex with both their wives and "those they possess with their right hands," taken by interpreters to refer to female slaves.has escaped from this owner," he said, using the Arabic acronym for the group.
Suicide bomber kills 4 in Saudi Arabia near sacred Islamic site The AP has obtained a batch of 48 head shots of the captives, smuggled out of the IS-controlled region by an escapee, which people familiar with them say are similar to those in the extremists' slave database and the smartphone apps.Kurdistan's regional government had been reimbursing impoverished Yazidi families who paid up to ,000 in fees to smugglers to rescue their relatives, or the ransoms demanded by individual fighters to give up the captives.