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.

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

  1. forgotwhoiam:

    If it’s any consolation, I think Cardinal Mahoney should be in jail. Many of the Catholics I know feel the same way I do. We suspect that pedophiles must have infiltrated the administration level of the Church, globally. There is no other explanation for shifting priests around to other diocese when they had credible accusations against them. One of the first things I think the Church should do is allow priests to marry. You seriously impact the quality of your applicant pool if you require clergy to be abstinent and never have a family of their own. Clearly this is not a requirement to be a spiritual leader, as imams and rabbis have had families. It was originally a financial decision, back when the Church was wealthy and powerful. There arose an inheritance question when clergy had family, as to what his heirs stood to inherit. The entire first half of the Catholic Church did not mandate this requirement.

    I expect pedophiles to be attracted to jobs that give them access and authority over children – clergy, boy scout leaders, coaches, teachers . . . What I also expect is for organizations to be vigilant, have policies in place preventing inappropriate contact (adults should not have alone time with kids), and any credible accusation should be reported immediately to the police. Many Christians were horrified and furious at the pedophile priest scandal. The people who failed to report the attacks to police should be in jail. I still don’t know if priests are mandatory reporters. But they need to be.

    That is also why I am incensed every time one of these teachers get convicted of pedophilia, only to discover that allegations were made for years prior. (The infamous “Cookie Teacher” comes to mind.) Anyone who does this – enables or covers up such a crime, should be held criminally responsible, whether he’s a priest, teacher, or politician.

  2. The Catholic church just paid $21 million for child molestation in Wisconsin this week.

    One of the biggest, most corrupt banks in the world is that of the Catholic church.

    How’s that “God” workin’ for those little kids?

    Seriously? Religion? Whack jobs is a better word.

  3. There are some Christian denominations that I find really strange, and contrary to everything that I was taught. But that does not mean they are not a religion.

  4. What’s a “true” religion?

    Protestants broke away from the Catholic Church. The Catholics thought the Protestant sects were not a true religion, and the Protestants thought the Catholics were doing it all wrong.

    Either way, who gets to say it’s a real religion? Whether it’s a cult or mainstream, extremist or moderate, it is still a religion if the believers think so.

  5. Allow me to introduce you to the very binding Preamble, Constitution and Bill of Rights.

    Government is severely limited to security and infrastructure while freedom and free enterprise, without governmental interference, are provided to free individuals.

    Had the Supreme Court executed its mandate over the past 226 years,

    the dominion of freedom would exist today.

  6. CCTTPGI,

    “Multiculturalism” was precisely NOT what the Founders described in their discussions of desirable immigration. The Founders clearing wrote about the hazards of and against the clashing of cultures in America.

    The “fundamental transformation” of America by communists has been incremental, surreptitious and insidious.

    Ronald Reagan, as his one regret, “gave in” to communists on amnesty so there would NEVER be another amnesty – the amnesty to end all amnesties.

    Obama and the communists have been aiding and abetting illegal, anti-American immigration for decades.

    “Blessed be multiculturalism” to be sure.

    —–

    Ben Franklin, 1789, we gave you “…a republic, if you can keep it.”

    Ben Franklin, 2015, we gave you “…a republic, if you can take it back.”

    1. It appears mankind has yet to devise a method that actually works of curtailing the negative ramifications from the legalized force of government. What to do?

  7. So Skip, do you think these reports are false? I hope your theory is right.

  8. I wonder just what do people here want the US’s role against ISIS be? Do they really want boots on the ground? Are they willing to make the sacrifice? American bodies and American money? What can this country realistically do to get rid of ISIS? Is it our responsibility? The concern and sympathy for female sex slaves of ISIS is totally warranted, but what can we do? I’m conflicted about our role in the Mideast.

  9. As we should all now know from endless fraudulent media and “official” accounts over the last 50 years, you cannot trust the main stream media or the various government agencies, even a UN envoy to provide us with the truth. The military industrial complex needs stories like this, to bolster their continued efforts to milk the American taxpayer out of $billion annually and $trillions over the years in order to fight any conjured up enemy they can find. We created ISIS to take out the existing Syrian Government because they would not except the USD for their oil. And like ISIS is the only group in the Middle east involved with slavery?

    Don’t you remember folks that much of the intel coming out or the CIA during the cold war with the USSR, was later found to be fraudulent when the wall came down and we were allows entrance into the society.

  10. What was the difference between ISIS slavery and the draft during the Vietnam conflict? Individuals were forced (at the point of a police gun and before a judge) out of their private lives and homes, into being traumatized, forcefully indoctrinated, having their heads shaved, screamed at, mentally abused, engaging in violent activities, forced to do all kinds of filthy, laborious “duties” and transported out of the country (a lot of us did exactly that without batting any eye – many had arms and legs blown off and many were killed).

    It’s not entirely dissimilar to African slavery in America being unspeakable while 1 million Americans were wounded, maimed and killed for slavery (what’s worse, having a bad job or being crippled or dead?).

    It sure is a funny world, huh?

  11. “ISIS is not a religious group. They call themselves a religious group. They are simply thugs, mindless, ruthless, but with guns and chaos.”

    That comment sounds to me as if the writer is saying they call themselves a religion, but they are not a TRUE religion. Hopefully he will clarify his comment.

  12. “ISIS is not a religious group. They call themselves a religious group. They are simply thugs, mindless, ruthless, but with guns and chaos.”

    This is a common theme, denying the religious nature of ISIS. It is irrelevant if moderates don’t think they practice Islam correctly, or if extremists feel the same way about moderates. We must identify the religious nature of their motivation and goals in order to effectively fight them. We cannot pretend they are just “thugs”, religious thugs, yes, but not merely thugs. If they call themselves a religious group, they ARE a religious group. No one gets to determine what someone else’s religion is. The fact remains, they are an extremist, fanatical, violent religious group.

  13. ISIS is a religious entity, they absolutely are not secular. I don’t think anyone indicated they were secular. I think others may have said they didn’t represent mainstream Islam, no? They are fundamentalist extremists and we’ve seen what damage fundamentalism has done in the Mideast.

  14. Misogynistic world cultures are most definitely not equal to modern enlightened cultures. Absolutely not. So I wonder why there are some in this country that seem to want to go backwards instead of progressing forward culturally.

  15. Just because moderates and extremists interpret Islam in very different ways does not mean one is religious and the other is not. Both argue vehemently that the other is not properly faithful.

    ISIS is not a secular crime syndicate. Its stated purpose is to create an Islamic caliphate, practicing their extremist form of Islam, across Iraq and Syria. Recognizing the religious nature of their motivation can be crucial in fighting them. Perhaps if the population would reject their extremism, under the leadership of their own mullahs, then ISIS would implode. Too many people keep joining them.

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/08/08/world/isis-fast-facts/

  16. I wonder if we could send people undercover to buy back some of these girls with money that will somehow be destroyed so it would not benefit terrorists.

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