Terrorists of the global terrorist organization Islamic State have reportedly executed 19 Kurdish women by burning them alive for refusing to have sex with the IS militants.
According to reports, the women who belonged to the Kurdish Yezidi community, were burnt to death in iron cages in one of the city squares in the IS stronghold city of Monsul.
"They were punished for refusing to have sex with IS
militants,” local media activist Abdullah al-Malla told the news agency ARA News.
Though hundreds of residents witnessed the brutual execution, nobody could
More than 3,000 Kurdish women, who were captured by the IS militants in August 2014 in Shingle region of northern Iraq, were forced to become sex slaves. According to reports, they were raped, traded around and often denied food.
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