ISIS Terrorists Selling Sex Slaves On Facebook For $8000

ISIS Terrorists Selling Sex Slaves On Facebook For $8000
ISIS terrorists are trying to sell sex slaves online using Facebook. Credit: Imgur

ISIS terrorists are now using Facebook to sell sex slaves to other terrorists, justifying the price of $8000 by “supply and demand”.

The troubling report by the Washington Post sheds light on hundreds of women held captive and traded by the terror group.

An official ISIS price list has been released by the terror group in Iraq as price control measure. Cedit: Twitter
An official ISIS price list has been released by the terror group in Iraq as price control measure. Credit: Twitter

Abu Assad Almani, believed to be a German foreign fighter for the group, posted two photos to Facebook May 20, advertising the sale of sex slaves for $8,000 each. The photos were removed by Facebook soon after they were posted, the Washington Post reported.

This Facebook page, on which two young women were advertised for sale for $8,000, is attributed to an ISIS terrorist named Abu Assad Almani. He is thought to be a German national. Credit: Facebook
This Facebook page, on which two young women were advertised for sale for $8,000, is attributed to an ISIS terrorist named Abu Assad Almani. He is thought to be a German national. Credit: Facebook

“To all the bros thinking about buying a slave, this one is $8,000,” begins the May 20 Facebook posting, which was attributed to an ISIS terrorist who calls himself Abu Assad Almani. The same man posted a second image a few hours later, this one a pale young face with weepy red eyes. “Another slave, also about $8,000,” the posting reads. “Yay, or nay?”

The photos were taken down within hours by Facebook, and it is unclear whether the account’s owner was doing the selling himself or commenting about women being sold by other terrorists.

Hundreds of women are thought to be held as sex slaves by ISIS, many of them Yazidis, an Iraqi ethnic and religious minority.

A young girl from the minority Yazidi sect rests at the Iraqi-Syrian border crossing in Fishkhabour, Dohuk province after fleeing ISIS terrorists. Yazidi women suffer kidnapping, rape, physical abuse and now there are reports ISIS is harvesting their body parts. Credit: Reuters
A young girl from the minority Yazidi sect rests at the Iraqi-Syrian border crossing in Fishkhabour, Dohuk province after fleeing ISIS terrorists. Yazidi women suffer kidnapping, rape, physical abuse and now there are reports ISIS is harvesting their body parts. Credit: Reuters

“The longer they are held by ISIS, the more horrific life becomes for Yazidi women, bought and sold, brutally raped, their children torn from them,” a women’s rights emergencies researcher said.

“We have seen a great deal of brutality, but the content that ISIS has been disseminating over the past two years has surpassed it all for sheer evil,” said Steven Stalinsky, the Middle East Media Research Institute executive director. “Sales of slave girls on social media is just one more example of this.”