Friday, June 26, 2015

"isis" announces the sale of more than 42 yazidi women in Syria with 2000 dollars

"داعش" يعلن عن بيع أكثر من 42 امرأة من الأيزيديات فى سوريا بـ2000 دولار

IS sells 42 Yazidi women to fighters in Syria

أسواق نخاسة لداعش ـ ارشيفية

نقل "المرصد السورى لحقوق الإنسان" عن مصادر له، أن تنظيم داعش الإرهابى، قام اليوم الخميس، ببيع أكثر من 42 امرأة أيزيدية بمبالغ مالية تراوحت بين 500 – 2000 دولار أمريكى، فى مدينة الميادين بالريف الشرقى لدير الزور فى سوريا.

The Islamic State group on Thursday sold 42 Iraqi women it had abducted from the Yazidi religious minority to its fighters in eastern Syria, a monitor said.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the women were being treated as "slaves" by the jihadists and were sold "for between $500 (447 euros) and $2,000 dollars (1,785 euros)".

وقال "المرصد" اليوم الخميس: "لا يزال مصير الأطفال الذين جلبهم التنظيم بصحبة الأيزيديات المختطفات مجهولاً".

The women were kidnapped last year in the Sinjar region of northern Iraq where IS had launched a wide offensive, the Britain-based monitor said.

Earlier this month they were brought to the IS-held town of Mayadeen in Syria's eastern Deir Ezzor province.

"Some were abducted with their children but we do not know their fate," said Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman.

يذكر أن تنظيم "داعش"، كان خطف العديد من الأيزيديات خلال الهجوم على منطقة جبل سنجار فى شمال العراق الصيف الماضى.

The Yazidis, a religious minority which lives mainly in Iraq's Sinjar region, are neither Muslims nor Arabs and follow a unique faith. They are considered infidels by the jihadists.

In 2014, the jihadists massacred Yazidis, forced tens of thousands of them to flee, captured thousands of girls and women as spoils of war and used them as sex slaves.

The UN has said the atrocities committed against the small community may amount to genocide.