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Muslims Force Mother Watch As They Do The Unthinkable To Her 9-Year-Old

Vian Dakhil and Delan Dakhil are both Yazidi who is fighting to save sex slaves. They raise awareness of their plea. During the conference in London Vian Dakheel Saeed said: “After 14 months the situation is the same, nothing has changed, nobody supports us.”

In August 2014, Islamic state terrorist invaded Yazidi village killing men and captured thousands of children and women. They force boys to join the group while they raped girls.

A total of 5,800 children and women were captured and 2100 has been freed.

Iraqi Parliament member Vian Dakhil and her sister, Delan Dakhil, revealed disturbing stories of freed victims of the cruel Islamic group. One of the terrifying stories they recount was about a mother and her nine-year-old daughter.

Jihadists have captured a mother together with her 9-year-old daughter. To mentally torture the woman, the militants took her child and they repeatedly gang-raped her in front of her mother. The girl small body cannot endure the pain that she bled to death and die.

According to Reuters, Delan Dakheel Saeed, the sister of the lawmaker said: “I myself witnessed a 9-year-old girl who was raped and bled to death in front of her mother’s eyes, there is not even a medical cure or physical cure, not even a mental cure.”

Delan told Daily Mail about helping the raped victims:  “It was terrible, the first time I heard these stories, I kept crying every day. The first thing that came to my mind was, it could have been me, it could have been my sisters. But I never cried in front of them,  I never showed them how much it affected me. I just kept telling them, you are safe now.”

It was reported that 90 percent of Yazidi’s population, is now living in refugee camps. The camp has just enough access to food and water to survive. Girls who were sexual abuse by the terrorist need counseling to recover from the mental scar brought by their horrific experience.

Reuters also reported that the current U.S.-led air strikes in Iraq against Islamic State were not helping the Yazidis Delan Dakheel Saeed said, and were “not in the area where they keep those girls.”

“I will not stop, I will keep telling those stories, I will let people hear us,” she said.

Article Sources: Reuters and Daily Mail Photo Credits: MSNBC   Daily Mail and  Oneway2days

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