A Rape Survivor Makes Everyone Emotional With Her Life Story Of Living As A Sex Slave For ISIS

24-year-old Nadia Murad was one of the 7000 women who was abducted by ISIS from Iraq’s Sinjar province, captivated and then raped for months after the group’s advance in the province in 2014. In her latest book, the Yazidi rape survivor has talked about her harrowing experience. Murad writes that around 7000 girls and women were abducted from their homes and taken in bus to Mosul were they were sold into sex slavery while they watched the male members of their family shot right before their eyes. The terrorists wanted the men to convert or die. Murad, who was only 20-years-old back then writes how the molestation started right after she got on the bus as one militant started groping her breast.

Her memoir, The Last Girl: My Story Of Captivity And My Fight Against The Islamic State mentions that she was bought by a judge in the sex market who told her that she was his fourth slave. He would rape and beat her repeatedly.



He would also ask her to epilate, wear makeup, dress up in a party dress and serve tea to guests. He would even force her to lick honey from his toes and if she shut her eyes close while being raped he would beat her again.

After one unsuccessful attempt to escape, he ordered six of his guards to rape her as a punishment. Everyday she would wake up and have no idea who would come and rape her now.

One day the judge forgot to lock his house while he was out and Murad managed to run away to the neighbouring house. They helped her escape out of the ISIS territory.

She reached a refugee camp in northern Iraq where she met journalists and was selected for a refugee program in Germany. In 2016 she was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.



Her book is named ‘The Last Girl’ because she wants to be the last girl in the world with a story like hers.

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