Druze women and girls kidnapped by ISIS in Syria call for release in video
50 days ago, more than 36 Druze women and girls from the eastern villages of Sweida district in Syria were kidnapped by ISIS terrorists.
One of the hostages allegedly had to give early birth in captivity, resulting in the death of her child. They are intended to be used as human shields.
No one in the world is even talking about them.
The hostages appeared on Wednesday in a new video calling for their release.
One of the hostages in the video said she and other hostages are fine, calling for help to set them free, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
“We, captives of ISIS, we are fine and none of us got hurt, but no one is working to set us free … We hope that all those who see us in this video help and set us free,” a female hostage said.
The hostages were kidnapped from their homes during an ISIS attack on the town of Shbeki in the eastern countryside of Sweida on July 25.
During the attack, ISIS terrorists murdered more than 260 civilians and fighters, who attempted to defend the town.