Two more Yezidi women have been rescued, a mother and daughter abducted by ISIS militants

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A Yazidi woman and her daughter, abducted in Iraq, were found in Ankara. They were rescued after her brother paid a ransom of 12,000 euros.

One of the commanders of the ISIS terrorist group, after an attack on the Yezidi areas of Sinjar in 2014 in Iraq, bought a so-called "slave wife" of a Yezidi woman at one of the markets. After long wars and the defeat of the ISIS terrorist group, the terrorist moved to Ankara with his family and Yezidi slaves.

According to the information received, the Yezidi girl had been married for 2 years when ISIS terrorists broke into their village. She witnessed the murder of her husband by militants, and she herself was captured and sexually assaulted. The woman and her daughter were first sold to an ISIS militant from Saudi Arabia, and then the girl was sold to a member of the ISIS terrorist group from Syria.

In November 2019, a terrorist with his family and Yazidi slaves on the run illegally crossed the Turkish border from Syria near Hatay, they settled in a rented house in Kirsehir, and then in Sentepe Mahallesi in Ankara.

According to information received from trustworthy intermediaries who played a role in the ransom of the woman and her daughter, an Iraqi using the name Omar in Turkey is a relative of the ISIS leader who blew himself up earlier in Baghdad, knowing that he would be captured during a US operation in 2019.

It turned out that the terrorist Omar had been looking for a family for a long time to get rid of them for a reward. Through the Internet, he found an organization in Canada to rescue Yazidi prisoners and persons in slavery. An organization created by Jewish businessmen in Canada and the United States to save the Yezidis.

The money transferred to the terrorist for her and her daughter was transferred in the form of "crypto money" at the request of an ISIS member.

Last week, security intermediaries picked up the woman and her daughter and took them to a safe place where they met with their relatives.

Dengê Êzdiyan





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Two more Yezidi women have been rescued, a mother and daughter abducted by ISIS militants

2022/06/89999-1656400952.jpg
Read: 294     15:30     28 Июнь 2022    

A Yazidi woman and her daughter, abducted in Iraq, were found in Ankara. They were rescued after her brother paid a ransom of 12,000 euros.

One of the commanders of the ISIS terrorist group, after an attack on the Yezidi areas of Sinjar in 2014 in Iraq, bought a so-called "slave wife" of a Yezidi woman at one of the markets. After long wars and the defeat of the ISIS terrorist group, the terrorist moved to Ankara with his family and Yezidi slaves.

According to the information received, the Yezidi girl had been married for 2 years when ISIS terrorists broke into their village. She witnessed the murder of her husband by militants, and she herself was captured and sexually assaulted. The woman and her daughter were first sold to an ISIS militant from Saudi Arabia, and then the girl was sold to a member of the ISIS terrorist group from Syria.

In November 2019, a terrorist with his family and Yazidi slaves on the run illegally crossed the Turkish border from Syria near Hatay, they settled in a rented house in Kirsehir, and then in Sentepe Mahallesi in Ankara.

According to information received from trustworthy intermediaries who played a role in the ransom of the woman and her daughter, an Iraqi using the name Omar in Turkey is a relative of the ISIS leader who blew himself up earlier in Baghdad, knowing that he would be captured during a US operation in 2019.

It turned out that the terrorist Omar had been looking for a family for a long time to get rid of them for a reward. Through the Internet, he found an organization in Canada to rescue Yazidi prisoners and persons in slavery. An organization created by Jewish businessmen in Canada and the United States to save the Yezidis.

The money transferred to the terrorist for her and her daughter was transferred in the form of "crypto money" at the request of an ISIS member.

Last week, security intermediaries picked up the woman and her daughter and took them to a safe place where they met with their relatives.

Dengê Êzdiyan





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #genocideyazidis   #humanrights