& # 39; I was traded 14 times among jihadists & # 39 ;: Yazidi sex slave reveals her terrible ordeal before traveling to Germany to testify against one of her alleged rapists
- Yazidi Shatha Salim Bashar, 28, was captured in Iraq by ISIS militants in 2014
- She was one of 6417 Yazidi who was abducted in the ISIS attack on Sinjar Mountain
- In the following three and a half years, she was raped countless times by jihadists
- Shatha is now preparing to testify against an alleged attacker in a German court
Yazidi wife Shatha Salim Bashar, 28, was captured by ISIS militants in Iraq in 2014
A former ISIS sex slave talked about how she was passed on 14 times between different jihadists in the run-up to making evidence against one of her alleged rapists.
Yazidi wife Shatha Salim Bashar, 28, was captured by ISIS militants in Iraq alongside her mother, sister, and two younger brothers in August 2014.
Her three and a half year prison sentence by ISIS members would include numerous cases of rape, be used as a human shield in Syria and watch her best friend die on the battlefield.
Shatha initially tried to prevent the wrath of her slaves by saying that she was the mother of her three-year-old brother.
She said Fox news that it made no difference.
& # 39; I can't forget the first time I was raped, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I was traded 14 times among jihadists. & # 39;
The 28-year-old next month will testify against one of her alleged rapists in a German court after being tried in his European home country.
Shatha is now preparing to testify against an alleged attacker in a German court (stock photo)
The trial is one of a number recently brought before German courts against alleged ISIS members.
Shatha was one of 6,417 Yazidi who was abducted in the ISIS attack on Mount Sinjar in Iraq in 2014, according to the Office of Kidnapped Affairs of the Kurdish regional government.
Many of those abductees are still unknown, including the brothers of Shatha.
& # 39; We need help to save the rest of the people who are still missing, & # 39; she said.
Shatha was one of 6,417 Yazidi who was abducted in the ISIS attack on Sinjar Mountain in Iraq in 2014 (stock photo)
The fate of the YAZIDIS: THOUSANDS OF SLAUGHTERS, 7,000 TAKEN AS SEKSLAVES BY ISIS IN IRAQ
Yazidis are a religious minority who lived in an uneasy existence with their Muslim neighbors in Iraq and Syria.
Tens of thousands of Yazidis fled the massacre in August 2014 by militants from the Islamic State in Sinjar.
About 7,000 women and girls were captured by the hard Sunni Muslim hunters who regard Yazidis as devil worshipers.
Yazidi men and older women were killed. The younger women and girls were held in captivity for sex.
The United Nations described the Yazidis massacres as genocide, while UN researchers estimate that more than 5,000 Yazidis were collected and massacred in the 2014 attack.
Investigations have documented horrific reports of abuse of women and girls.
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