The rape and torture of women in Europe by ISIS is a huge problem that the media won’t cover. Why is this story not being reported.
Perhaps the media does not want to cover this because sooner or later with all the refugees being brought into our country, this could very well become a problem here. After all we have no idea how many ISIS members are among the refugees. The government is not vetting these people.
It’s a story of horrible trauma to the women who are raped and treated with loathsome barbarity.
One of these women who we will call Khaula tells her shocking story:
The Slave MarketOn August 3, 2014, IS attacked Khaula’s village and within a month, 5,000 people from the region had disappeared. Khaula was forced into a bus and taken to a jail full of hundreds of other women and girls. They were then forced to drink water that IS henchmen had spat into right in front of them. As they drank, preparations were made for their sale. Khaula fell into the hands of a tall, 45-year-old IS man wearing a white robe who called himself Abu Omar. He purchased her for 1.5 million Iraqi dinars, or around €1,500, and told her: “You belong to me.” He then locked her inside a house in Mosul, Islamic State’s stronghold in Iraq.
It’s there that he brutally deflowered her, pressing her into the ground, dragging her by the hair into bed, choking her, cursing her and forcing her to listen to the screams of other women who were being tortured in the same house. After four months, he took Khaula along to the home of his wife, who was pregnant. She was ordered to immediately start helping the wife with the household chores, the washing and the cooking. In a fit of jealousy, the woman struck her with a chair. Khaula then tried to hang herself from a fan.
Through a friend of her brother, Khaula escaped her horrible situation and literally crawled through mountains for 5 hours to reach her destination of a protected place in Peshmerga.
She decided to abort the baby. Her rape was enough torture to face taking care of a baby of an ISIS barbarian.
Khaula then went to the white spring in Lalish, a Yazidi sacred site, where she washed herself clean. There, she received a blessing from Baba Sheikh, the Yazidi spiritual leader who has taken hundreds of violated women back into the community since 2014.
There is much more to this story which you can read here.
Thousands of women face these rapes every day and the trauma of being raped and tortured. The future for these women is grave. Rape is something that scars a woman for life. Coming back to herself is something that will be a life long journey if the woman ever recovers completely.
One of my fears is about when this will start here in America and will anyone in the government stop this. So far I don’t feel very convinced that anything would be done. The Muslims reign supreme here and we just can’t hurt their feelings. This brings to mind a place of hell.