A new shocking video has emerged online showing the ISIL Takfiri terrorists negotiating about the price of captured girls from Iraq’s minority Izadi community at a “slave market.”
“Today is the slave market day,” an ISIL terrorist tells the audience during the video clip, adding that each militant will get “his share.”
The footage also shows Takfiri terrorists, who are believed to be Saudi nationals because of their accents, discussing how much an Izadi girl with green or blue eyes is worth.
“Whoever wants to sell his slave, whoever wants to give his slave as a present, everyone is free to do what he wants with his share,” says one of the Takfiri terrorists.
It is said that the video was filmed in the ISIL-controlled city of Mosul in northern Iraq.
In September, Amnesty International said that ISIL terrorist groups use “hundreds, if not thousands” of Izadi women and children as “slave.”
The extremist group also officially admitted to the barbaric practice.
According to the latest report by the UN mission in Iraq, nearly 500 Izadi and Christian women and girls have been given to the ISIL or trafficked for sale at markets in Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria.
“Women and girls are brought with price tags for the buyers to choose and negotiate the sale. The buyers were said to be mostly youth from the local communities,” the UN said in a statement last year.
The ISIL controls large areas of Syria’s east and north. The group sent its militants into Iraq in June, seizing large parts of land straddling the border between Syria and Iraq.
They have carried out heinous crimes in the two countries, including mass executions and beheadings of people.
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