Islamic Radicals in Iraq Bury Kurds Alive, Take Hundreds of Women As Slaves
More progress by the worst of the worst in the Religion of Peace:
At least 500 members of Iraq’s Yazidi minority have been killed by Islamic state extremists, an Iraqi government minister said today.
Many of the victims have been buried alive and more than 300 women have been taken as slaves by militants from the group formerly known as Isis, claimed human rights minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani
The shocking revelations have not been independently confirmed, but the rampaging Sunni Muslim insurgents – who have ordered the community they regard as “devil worshippers” to convert to Islam or die – are said to have celebrated “a vicious atrocity” with cheers and weapons waved in the air.
Yeah, that sounds like them.
“We have striking evidence obtained from Yazidis fleeing Sinjar and some who escaped death, and also crime scene images that show indisputably that the gangs of the Islamic State have executed at least 500 Yazidis after seizing Sinjar,” he said.
“Some of the victims, including women and children were buried alive in scattered mass graves in and around Sinjar.”
These folks can’t get to their “Paradise” fast enough.
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