A shocking video and a document has surfaced detailing the ISIS-approved price list for Christian and Yazidi sex slaves abducted by the terror group, which also reveals that the highest prices are paid for children and infants.
“We have been informed that the market for sale of women had been witnessing a reduction in price which effects the needs for the Islamic State and the funding for the Mujahideen,” the document reads, according to an English translation of the notice. “For this, the commerce department had decided to set a fixed price regarding the sale of women. Therefore, all auctioneers are to abide by this and anyone who breaks the rules will be executed.”
Christian News reports that with the ISIS seal of approval, the document then provides a price list in dinars for the sale of the Christian and Yazidi women, which is broken down according to their age range. It also notes that buyers are not permitted to have more than three sex slaves, except for “foreign sales to Turks, Syrians and Gulf states.”
While forty to fifty-year-old women are being priced at the equivalent of $43, and twenty to thirty-year-old women at $86, children nine years old and younger are being sold for $200,000 Iraqi dinar, or $172 dollars. Infants as young as one year old are available for sale according to the list.
Corresponding with the release of the document, a they have purchased has also surfaced online, generating outrage and horror.
“Today is the slave market day. Today is the day where this verse applies: ‘Except with their wives and the [captives] whom their right hands possess, for [then] they are not to be blamed,’” a translation of the video states. “Today is distribution day, Allah willing. … By Allah, man, I am looking for one to get me a girl.”
The men awaiting their sex slaves then discuss how blue or green-eyed women fetch a higher price in negotiation. They also explain how a 15-year-old woman would have to be checked to ensure that she has teeth.
This has been going on for some time, one must ask where the media outrage is, at the very least, where is the UN intervention on behalf of these woman and children. Apparently, the illustrious UN feels its attentions are better spent acquiring the United States of America.
Warning: This video might not be suitable for all ages. It is not for shock but for documenting crimes and human rights violations of ISIS militants in Syria and Iraq.
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