ISIS slavery business – Over 1,700 Yazidis bought from terrorists captivity

Ali Husein al-Khansuri, a Yazidi activist from Iraq who is helping Iraq’s Yazidi minority search for loved ones who were enslaved by ISIS terrorists, told Sputnik that they have been able to buy back 1,700 Yazidis, mostly women and children, who have been held in captivity since 2014.

Ali Husein al Khansuri told Sputnik that Daesh terrorists have now moved their slave markets to Syria’s Raqqa. Buying back of Iraqi Yazidis, mostly women and children, who have been held in captivity since 2014, has become the most widespread deal there.

Special agents are helping Iraq’s Yazidi ethnic minority search for loved ones who were enslaved by Daesh terrorists.

Nine of her relatives are still in captivity, but Ammi and five of her children, who are originally from Iraqi town of Sinjar, have been found in Syria’s Raqqa. They were freed on November 25, 2016.

“We paid $50,000 for their liberation,” Ali Husein al Khansuri told Sputnik.

Young lady Haifa was also bought back in Raqqa on December 6, 2016. Terrorists were paid $16,000 for her liberation. Most of her family were kidnapped in 2014.

On March 22, two sisters Susan and Shirin were bought back for $22,000, making the total number of saved Yazidis 1,700 people.

The Yazidis are an independent tiny Kurdish religious community living primarily in northern Iraq’s Nineveh province.

Daesh has been responsible for committing an ongoing genocide against the Yazidi minority group in both Syria and Iraq since August 2014. As a result, thousands of Yazidi men, women, and children have been captured, killed, sexually enslaved and tortured by Daesh terrorists.

The Yazidis were targeted by Daesh in its campaign to “purify” Iraq and its neighboring countries of non-Islamic influences.

Source: Sputnik