“They Even Cut The Throats Of The Babies”: Yazidi Survivors Share How They Lost Their Families To ISIS
The ancient Aztecs killed children for the clouds of “Tlaloc.” The Phoenicians killed children for the coals of “Molech.” The Jihadists kill children for the cause of “Allah.” No matter what name they give to the god they serve, he remains the prince of demons …
Qur’an Sura 9:111a, “… they fight in the cause of Allah , so they kill and are killed …”
John 8:44a, “You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you want to do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and does not stand in the truth, because there is no truth in him …”
Hadith, Sahih Muslim 4457, “The Messenger of Allah … used not to kill the children, so thou shouldst not kill them unless … you could distinguish between a child who would grow up to be a believer (and a child who would grow up to be a non-believer), so that you killed the (prospective) non-believer and left the (prospective) believer aside.”
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By Frances Martel, Breitbart – “In Kurdish-protected and internationally-organized refugee camps throughout Iraq and Syria, Christians, Yazidis, and Muslim Kurds live a tentative life in which many have lost their entire families and have no sense of when they will be able to return to a life of normalcy.
Speaking to the UK’s Daily Mail, a number of refugees living in various centers across Iraq told stories and shared photos of the family they had either never seen again or watched die before their eyes. ‘My older brother, my father, my mother, my wife and even my two kids were killed. All I have left of them is just one picture on my mobile phone,’ says one man, Tahysn, whose two sons were aged three and four when killed.
A Yazidi grandmother identified as Rezal, who escaped Mount Sinjar, managed to escape the wrath of the Islamic State, but watched children die on the mountain of thirst and heat. ‘When we left Sinjar, the kids suffered a lot… Many men from our village died, many women have been captured. I saw some kids dying because of the heat,’ she said. ‘Daesh [the local name for ISIS based on their Arabic acronym]… even cutir god the throats of the babies,’ she said.
The camps are also full of extremely traumatized children, many orphans. The Daily Mail describes the children as ‘heartbreakingly matter-of-fact’ when describing watching their parents die. One child, a boy wielding a toy gun, told the reporters that his life’s mission now was to defeat ISIS. ‘When I grow up, I will beat the Daesh…I will kill them all,’ he says. ‘I want the Daesh to live through what we suffered because of them.’
The Daily Mail’s latest report, based on refugee camp experiences, is only one facet of the unspeakable tragedy of those standing in the Islamic State’s way as they force their ‘caliphate’ upon the Middle East.” Read more.