And none too keen on the diversity-and-inclusion thing:ISIS fanatics have executed 19 women for refusing to have sex with its fighters, a Kurdish official has said.He claimed the women were being held hostage in Islamic State's stronghold of Mosul, Iraq, which the terror group seized in June last year.Meanwhile a UN envoy investigating Islamic State's vile sex trade has said 'girls get peddled like barrels of petrol' and one can be bought by six different men.She also verified a disturbing ISIS document which suggested the extremists sell the Yazidi and Christian women and children they have abducted, with girls aged just one to nine-years-old fetching the most money.
The Islamic State (Isis) has allegedly kidnapped about 150 Assyrian Christians after seizing the key town of Qaryatain, in the central Homs province, from forces loyal to president Bashar al-Assad. Sources from A Demand for Action (ADFA), an organisation campaigning for Christian minorities in the country, said that 300 families managed to flee from the area but some 142-150 people were abducted by the extremist group.
"People have tried to reach their relatives on their mobile phones with no luck," said a statement from the advocacy group. "The Islamic State has said that they have 'arrested' more than 100 Assyrian/Syriacs from the town of Qaryatain in Homs, Syria."They're not losing.
The kidnapping was confirmed by the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights which reported that 230 civilians from the town, including "dozens of Christians, 45 women, 19 children and 11 families", were abducted by IS.