Saturday, August 22, 2015
ISIS Use Kidnapped Yazidi Women for Human-Organ Trafficking, Doctor in Mosul Reveals
Now, a new report cites social media conversations that appear to tie sex slavery to organ trafficking.
The Middle East Media Research Institute cited social media reports in which “ISIS fighters and supporters openly discuss” not only sex slaves and “the going prices for them” but also “other issues relating to them – such as possible trafficking in human organs.’
The report explains: “On Sept. 3, 2014, prior to its official acknowledgement in Dabiq that it had enslaved women, a group of French ISIS fighters discussed, on Facebook, the cost and handling of female slaves. Judging from the conversation, it seems that Yazidi slaves were being held in both Mosul, Iraq, and Al-Raqqa, Syria.”