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In the wake of the publication of the Chilcot report, a woman who was taken as a sex slave by Isis has described how she and other young women were captured and repeatedly raped by members of the terror group.
Nadia Murad, 22, was one of more than 5,000 Yazidi women kidnapped by Isis when the group took hold of territories in northern Iraq. You will be married to us’.” Ms Murad says she was taken to Mosul with 150 other girls where they were scrutinised by fighters and forced to “marry” them.
And over the next several days Tyree would rape her, beat her, and share images of his new sex slave to his buddies over the Internet.
It has been 10 years since Tyree abducted Alicia outside her home on New Year’s Day, 2002.
Speaking to the Ms Murad revealed how in the summer of 2014 Isis fighters rounded up all Yazidis in the village of Kocho, where she lived in Iraq, killing 312 people and taking the younger women as “sabia” – slaves. She described being taken as a slave by a man with a wife and daughter, who Ms Murad never met, however she would see his daughter’s name – Sarah – light up on his phone as he raped her.
Isis told Yazidis “Convert to Islam or die,” said Ms Murad. “I never met her or his wife, but they knew what he was doing to me. To IS women, we are not worth the value of animals,” she said.
She told the UN that an earlier escape attempt led to her being beaten up and gang raped by six militants as a form of punishment.
Following the publication of the Chilcot report, which found that former Prime Minister Tony Blair had overstated the case for military action in March 2003 as there was “no imminent threat” posed by Saddam Hussein, many have reiterated the case that the Iraq War may have contributed to the rise of Isis.
Following a jury trial by prosecutor Jeffrey Dort, the defendant was convicted of 39 counts.
Isis began as an off-shoot of the militant group Al-Qaeda.
It can trace its origins back to the Jordanian Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, who in 2004, a year after the invasion of Iraq, allied himself to Osama Bin Laden and formed al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI).
His sweaty hand squeezed her hand tightly as they made the five-hour drive to his home, saying things like, “Shut up. The trunk’s cleaned out for you.” Terrified, 13-year-old Alicia Kozakiewicz wondered how she might escape or if she would live to see her family again.
Finally, late that night, Scott Tyree arrived with his captive at his home in Herndon, Virginia. There she could see sadistic devices hanging on the wall.