UN Envoy: Women and Girls Sold By Age By ISIS “Like Barrels of Petrol”

200px-flag_of_the_united_nationssvgFlag_of_the_Islamic_State.svgThe stories coming out of ISIS strongholds continue to disgust people around the world. Indeed, the extremist view of Islam applied by these terrorists often seems hard to believe but, when a United Nation’s envoy releases such stories, there are credible sources for some of these incredible accounts. UN’s special envoy for sexual violence in conflict, Zainab Bangura has released a report that ISIS published ‘price list’ of captured Yazidi, Christian sex slaves for its fighters and customers. In addition, the group has reportedly executed 19 women for refusing to have sex with its fighters.

The envoy has found that “girls get peddled like barrels of petrol” and one can be bought by six different men. Some of these girls are only nine years old. The women executed were accused of refusing to “participate in the practice of sexual jihad.”

The document below contains a price list for women and children by age. The most valuable are the young nine year old girls. It reads in part:

The price for Yazidi or Christian women between the age of 40 – 50 is $43 (£27)
$75 (48) for 30 to 40-year-olds
$86 (£55) for 20 to 30-year-olds
$130 (£83) for ten to 20-year-olds
$172 (£110) for one to nine-year-olds
Customers are allowed to purchase only three items with the exception of customers from Turkey, Syria and the Gulf.


58 thoughts on “UN Envoy: Women and Girls Sold By Age By ISIS “Like Barrels of Petrol””

  1. @Chief Consort of the Progressive Grand Inquisitor

    Much praise for what American women can expect:
    “Appalling YouTube footage has captured the moment two terrified women are hounded by a horde of jeering men as they walk along a promenade in Saudi Arabia.
    In the minute-long video, the two young women – dressed in traditional burkhas and face veils – become visibly distressed as they are harassed and intimidated by the men in the city of Jeddah.”

    It’s Unislam, coming to a city near you! PBUH!

    I know this video. This video is known as the “Nasara, Nasara!” video. Do you know what Nasara means in Arabic? Christians. So in doing so, they looked upon the two women, screamed, “Christians! Christians!” in broad daylight. They tore the clothes off of them, and attempted to rape them. The cameraman was pushed so far aside that he couldn’t film the encounter.

    So… without further ado, it shows just how degrading Muslims can be to Christians. They’re peaceful in smaller numbers but they’ll never be when they’re in large numbers.

  2. Ahh, I see. No dispute that this place is about power of the state, private power of the few and preservation of this brutal system.

    Civil liberties, the rule of law and human rights…. only in relation to what is mentioned above.


  3. forgotwhoiam

    I don’t dispute much of what you say. However, this site does not claim to be about power and survival, it claims to be about the law, politics, quirky items and with a particular emphasis on civil liberties (that’s the ABA talking though). You’re exactly right that the state that is the U.S.A. is concerned with power and survival and not the rule of law, civil liberties or human rights.

  4. EYIDS,

    You don’t have any perspective on the ruthless violence it took mankind to emerge from the primordial soup. You believe everything in life is to be given to you on a silver platter. The public school system, staffed by union communists, taught you to present all your complaints and to obtain solutions for your entire life from the American taxpayer.

    You may never learn what it takes to survive as an organism in this universe.

    I doubt the collectivist fantasy of a “free lunch” and a “free life” can persist infinitely.

    You might observe the nascent battle for resources in the Arctic and on the Moon. Multiple nations will battle the elements and each other to gain control of oil and mineral deposits in the Artic and Helium 3 on the moon. Each of which will establish centuries of global hegemony for the victor.

    These areas are without claim or governance. They are hostile and wide open for conquest, violence and subjugation, as it was in human history for necessarily violent, aggressive and dominant civilizations including, but not limited to, the Greeks, Egyptians, Romans, including Alexander the Great, Vikings, Visigoths, Ottomans, Spaniards, including Cortez’s destruction of the Aztecs, British in America, etc.

    You should continue to live in your fantasy world where the fraudulent, Ponzi-scheming communists confiscate other people’s money and take care of you. By the way, after you make your deal with the devil; after you get your free lifetime of subsistence from the communists, do they own you AND your soul?

    Wow. I just thought of something. What if there were a solar flare of a magnitude greater than the “Carrington Event,” which fried telegraph lines in 1859, and civilization were instantly thrown back into the 19th century?

    You would be forced to take care of yourself.

    Survival of the fittest.

  5. No post about the anniversary of our dropping the atomic bomb. Always liberty and justice for who is the question on this blog….

  6. Darren Smith
    “I hope that someday the world will collectively decide to end this inhumanity and extreme cruelty.”

    Classic propaganda. What you wish to say is exterminate ISIS… AKA genocide. But the people on here are smart, they must hide the wickedness.

  7. What about our role in selling women and girls??? It’s never mentioned here!! We have a much larger role in the global sale of women and girls than ISIS. But it’s us, the Anglo-American dream country… shhhh…

    Darren Smith

    Are we savages that should be collectively punished???

  8. America is not a theocracy.

    Freedom of Religion and Separation of Church and State prevail.

    Religion is the opiate of the masses.

    Enjoy your bizarre, irrational mysticism as self-delusion and your drug of religion on Sunday.

    Don’t bring it to the government on Monday.

  9. Karen, do you know what Spinelli is referring to? He seems to be a friend of yours, perhaps you understand his lingo.

  10. Nick Spinelli, what or who are you talking about? What fundamentalist fathers molested what children?? I don’t see any conversation that would indicate any such thing. Your comment is beyond odd. Who are you telling to get therapy?

    Spinelli, we depend on you to make sense, don’t dissapoint.

  11. And remember cultists, your cult leader called ISIS the “Jayvee.” Maybe that’s why some idiots try and divert attention from these savages.

  12. We have ISIS doing this savagery and people w/ enormous baggage talking about fundamentalist fathers molesting kids. WTF? Get some therapy!!

  13. The Sultan Schariar, convinced that all women are false and faithless, vowed to put to death each of his wives after the first nuptial night. But the Sultana Scheherazade saved her life by entertaining her lord with fascinating tales, told seriatim, for a thousand and one nights. The Sultan, consumed with curiosity, postponed from day to day the execution of his wife, and finally repudiated his bloody vow entirely.

    ~ Rimsky-Korsakov

  14. I don’t see how being married would help pedophile priests. A good majority of the pedophilia was committed against boys. Even married men commit pedophilia. The problem seemed to be more one of pedophile priests rather than sexually frustrated men due to abstinence.

  15. I can agree that they are fundamentalist extremist Muslims. As I said upstream I do think they are NOT secular in nature, not at all.

  16. @Karen S: “We must identify the religious nature of their motivation and goals in order to effectively fight them.”

    I think that gets an awful right.

    It seems to me a key question in determining their nature is how do they conceive of themselves. If we are to believe news reports it seems to me they clearly believe they are practicing the true faith.

    A second key question would seem to be how are they viewed by others of the faith. Again, it seems that many Muslims and religious leaders agree that they are Muslim despite differences in practice and interpretation or religious text.

    It seems to me presumptuous for those outside the faith to claim ISIS is anything other than what they claim, followers of the faith of Islam.

    Finally, the aphorism ‘know your enemy’ seems relevant here. It is their understanding of their faith that, in part, gives them commitment, emotional strength, supports their recruitment efforts, and offers clues to us regarding their strategy, behavior, and potential weakness.

    I personally can see no benefit to ignoring their Islamic nature.

  17. forgotwhoiam:

    Here’s another kicker – the Church has access to the tithe the parishioners give to the archdiocese to pay for those settlements. I think no congregation money should be used to pay for pedophilia settlements. That money is to go to charity and good works. To punish the Church and teach them a lesson they will remember, they should be forced to sell off assets to cover the settlement. I don’t care if they are reduced to preaching in a barn wearing a burlap bag. Maybe they need to get a little shot of humility, because they were definitely guilty of “the law does not apply to me” mentality.

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