ISIS fanatics raped girl aged ‘eight or nine’ in a hall packed with other captives – who could do nothing but listen to her screams
- The little girl was one of dozens of women kept captive in a hall in Mosul
- Others taken into a side room to be raped by their deranged kidnappers
- Accounts included in a new report compiled by anti-extremist think tank
Evil ISIS fanatics raped girls as young as eight in a packed hall – leaving their other captives with no choice but to listen to their screams.
The little girl was raped by the deranged extremists after she was kidnapped along with dozens of other women and taken to the Iraqi city of Mosul almost two years ago.
Other girls were taken into side rooms, where they were raped repeatedly while the women outside were forced to listen to their screams.
These horrifying accounts are just two in a report put together by London-based anti-extremist think tank the Quilliam Foundation, entitled The Children of Islamic State.
In it, they reveal how two women escaped their vile captives, who had moved them from Mosul to a school in Tal Afar, 50 miles to the west.
The school, they revealed, had about 100 children inside.
Another survivor – an elderly woman – said the younger captives would be taken away from the school and return after hours of days in a ‘miserable condition’.
Another woman, sold as a sex slave to a fighter, reveals how she used to watch as her evil captor would take a 13-year-old girl he bought at the same time off into a different part of the house.
The traumatised woman revealed: ‘I used to hear a lot of cries and screaming from the other girl in the house, as God knows what the man was doing to her. She was too young to understand and probably was very scared.’
Rescued captives have also recently revealed how the terrorists set up an international sex ring by smuggling kidnapped Yazidi women to foreign countries.
Dozens of women who were snatched from Yazidi villages across northern Iraq in August 2014 are said to have been taken to nations including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya and Chechnya, where they are being held as sex slaves.
Of around 6,000 people abducted by ISIS in Sinjar province, almost 4,000 are still thought to be imprisoned by the terror group (file photo of Yazidis fleeing ISIS attack in 2014)
‘At this moment we do not know how these girls were moved outside of Iraq or Syria but we believe they could have smuggled them out of the countries overland,’ said Mihemma Xelil the mayor of Shingal, one of the Yazidi villages attacked by ISIS.
Many of the women were moved to the nearby cities of Mosul and Tal Afar but they were soon taken to the groups strongholds, the Rudaw news agency quoted him as saying.
Survivors have told of how the ‘most beautiful’ women are sent to horrendous auction houses in ISIS’s de facto capital of Raqqa, Syria, where they are stripped naked and sold to the highest bidder.
Xelil said: ‘Many of the abducted women still have access to their cellphones and speak to their families and ask for ransoms to be paid for their release.’