Sickening: Severed heads of 50 Yazidi sex slaves found in last ISIS stronghold in Syria
A report on Sunday said that the SAS troops of the British Army have found the severed heads of 50 sex slaves in ISIS rat tunnels. The discovery was made by the SAS as they reached the last stronghold of the terror group in Syria.
Thousands of Yazidi women and girls abducted by ISIS after it took control of vast swathes of the country in August 2014, were often given to Muslim terrorists as “rewards”.
Survivors who had escaped or been rescued relayed stories of slave markets, gang rape and forced conversion to Islam.
The Daily Mail reported that ISIS jihadis purportedly beheaded dozens of Yazidi women before discarding their heads in dustbins within a network of tunnels in the besieged town of Baghuz, located on the banks of the Euphrates in Eastern Syria near the Iraqi border.
Speaking to the newspaper, a source said: “In their hour of defeat, the jihadis’ cruelty knew no bounds. They conducted a cowardly slaughter of these desperately unfortunate women as a final act of depravity and left their severed heads behind for us to find.”
“The motivation for such a sickening act is beyond comprehension for any remotely normal human being…None of the SAS troops who entered Baghuz will forget what they saw, which some soldiers likened it to a scene from the film ‘Apocalypse Now’. Their only solace is that they have contributed to bringing the Islamic State’s reign of terror to an end,” the source added.
Many foreign Muslim terrorists have surrendered to Western-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in recent weeks and ISIS’s numbers have been reportedly been reduced to just 200.
Hundreds of civilians are reported to have been taken as hostages by the terrorists as part of their final stand.