BCF : Victims of ISIS in the Yazidi community now living in the Netherlands are outraged that a serious discussion is taking place in that European country about the possible return of ISIS women.
Last Wednesday, two women, who traveled to the ISIS radical caliphate several years ago, visited the Dutch embassy in Ankara. The Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that they told personnel they want to “return home.”
Another group of ISIS women and
their children went to court in an attempt to force the Dutch
government to "take them" from a Kurdish prison camp in Northern Syria.
Dutch public channel the NOS (link in Dutch) reports
that this news has the Yazidi community in the Netherlands up in arms.
They are utterly dismayed that the plans of the ISIS Brides, as they are
known, are actually taken seriously. "The ISIS women were worse than
the fighters," 21-year-old Parween Alhinto told the public broadcaster.
"They regularly used violence against the imprisoned [Yazidi] women and
helped the fighters rape them."
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knows of what she speaks. Male ISIS terrorists took her captive and
held her for four long months, during which they raped her regularly.
Her ten-year-old sister was sold as a sex slave to someone in Syria.
"She lived there in a house with ISIS women," Parween says. "My sister
told me afterward that the women were even worse than the fighters."