Posts Tagged ‘ sex slavery ’

ISIS Rape Victim Pleads For Help Before U.N. Security Council

Dec 21st, 2015 | By

A young Yazidi woman has revealed the horrific torture and rape that she suffered at the hands of ISIS fighters, as she was held as a sex slave for three months.



Saudi Brutality Revealed In Three Stories In UK Daily Mail

Oct 9th, 2015 | By

One story involves the billionaire Saudi prince who was arrested in Los Angeles for having sexually assault several women at his multi-million dollar compound in Beverly Hills. The prince was released on $300,000 bond and has since disappeared. It is likely he escaped back to Saudi Arabia to avoid being convicted for his crimes.



Saudi Prince Arrested For Sex Crime In Los Angeles

Sep 25th, 2015 | By

Those Saudi princes just can’t keep their sex drives in check. The latest Saudi to be arrested for a sex crime is Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud, 29 who arrested in Los Angeles for forcing a young woman to engage in oral sex with him. He has also been charged for battery and false imprisonment.



Saudi Official Accused Of Sex Slavery Claims Diplomatic Immunity

Sep 10th, 2015 | By

The Saudi diplomat in New Delhi who has been accused of holding two Nepalese women as sex slaves and gang-raping them has reportedly claimed diplomatic immunity and filed a report against local police for invading his private property.



Sex Slavery In The Islamic State – Practices, Social Media Discourse, And Justifications; Jabhat Al-Nusra: ISIS Is Taking Our Women As Sex Slaves Too

Aug 18th, 2015 | By

Sex slavery has been a contentious topic in the Islamic State (ISIS) narrative since the group’s kidnapping of Yazidi women at Sinjar, Iraq in June and July of 2014, with ISIS fighters and supporters quickly denying that the women were being sexually exploited. The narrative took a turn when ISIS publicly acknowledged that fighters in the organization were keeping sex slaves, in the fourth issue of its official English-language magazine Dabiq, published October 12, 2014,[1] basing the justification for doing so on religious interpretation.



August 3, 2015: One Year Anniversary Of ISIS Attack Against Yazidis On Mt. Sinjar

Aug 4th, 2015 | By

During these attacks, ISIL targeted Yazidis and other religious communities: more than 500 Yazidi men were slaughtered; hundreds more men, women, and children were captured; women and girls were sold into slavery; and at least 200,000 civilians, most of them Yazidis, were forced to flee for their lives. For months, Yazidis trapped on Mount Sinjar faced imminent death either at the hands of ISIL or through starvation.



Boko Haram Killed 200 Christian Girls Kidnapped Last Year

Apr 3rd, 2015 | By
Boko Haram video shows kidnapped Christian girls forced to wear burkas. Some have already been sold off into Islamic marriages.

The United Nations has just confirmed that the 200 Christian girls kidnapped by Boko Haram were killed by these Islamic terrorists. The girls were held as hostages and sold into sex slavery or as “wives” for Boko Haram fighters. When they proved to be of no use, they were killed.



Report From Washington – April 6, 2012

Apr 6th, 2012 | By

In this issue: Muslim Brotherhood visit to the White House really not news / Congress still adjourned / Lee Greenwood tells Massachusetts school not to take God from his songs / Couple fired for being too religious, then win lawsuit / 2.4 million in slavery? / Whose church will be bombed this Easter? / Jail for Christian teen in Egypt over cartoon / Toulouse child killer a hero to Muslims / More French terror problems