They called this the Second Wave of displacement of Christians by ISIS. The outcry is loud from the suffering Christians who are weeping and the heart wrenching testimonies are aimed at the United States to send help.
In an all out offensive, Isis advanced into the Kurdish region in which residents of Qaraqosh, Iraq’s biggest Christian town, the Christians were given the same ultimatum as in Mosul; leave, convert to Islam or face death. In addition, the Iraqi Red Crescent confirmed that ISIS created a market for women slaves (Sabaya) to be displayed for sale in the marketplace.
Qaraqosh was the refugee place for many Christians who escaped Mosul. Now Qaraqosh is occupied. Shoebat.com was the first to obtain Middle Eastern sources to show footage from Qaraqosh and see first hand the plight of the Christians there:
The heart wrenching testimonies are sent to the United States.
At 2:06 into the video the interviewer asks “Are you praying?”
“Yes we prayed in the Church as soon as we arrived to Ein Kawa”.
She couldn’t talk since she was chocked avoiding to cry.
“They posted their banners on our churches and they removed all the crosses” another Christian testifies (See 2:29)
“This is the greatest insult to Christendom and it is happening and no one does anything” (2:57) one Christian pleads, yet another said that “America is the master of all nations, as it entered Iraq, its has responsibility to defend its Christians”. (3:00)
A spokesman for the Red Crescent Mohammad Khuzai in a statement by the Red Crescent which Shoebat.com translated:
“Elements of ISIS kidnapped women from the Yezidis and Christian as Sabaya (war booty slaves), and subjected them to be sold.”
According to eyewitnesses reported by Awsat News, the number of abducted Christian women in the city of Mosul alone reached more than 500 women. He stressed that the beautiful among them were taken to the ISIS princes.
Alkhozai revealed that:
“ISIS detained dozens of families at the airport in Tal Afar, Turkmen, Yazidi and Christians after killing all the men.”
The statement issued on Tuesday which got to Agence France-Presse, a copy, that:
“information confirming that “ISIS took women and girls who are being held inside Sinjar and also deported a number of women with their families at the airport in Tal Afar after the killing of the men. The fate of each of these women is unknown.”
The Ministry emphasizes that any “delay in rescuing the people of Sinjar will double the size of the suffering and contribute to increasing the quality and quantity of violations, which ISIS persist to commit heinous acts of brutality.”
Alqosh resident Father Gabriel said that when the raids started late on Wednesday night, the Christians and other minority groups ran for their lives with tens of thousands of people heading for the Kurdish area of northern Iraq.
Al-Jazeerah showed footage to the fleeing Christians reporting the around 100,000 Christians fled:
France’s foreign minister Laurent Fabius has called for the United Nations Security Council to hold an emergency meeting over Isis’s advances on Thursday.
Mr Fabius said: “Faced with the seriousness of the situation, France requests an emergency meeting over the situation in Iraq after Islamic State militants seized the country’s largest Christian city.”
As Shoebat.com reported this week ISIS’s advances into Sinjar, a major city for Yezidis forcefully taking away a large number of children. The Gulf News reported that Yazidi women were taken for Jihad Nikah (Sex Slaves).
The ISIS also hoisted their black banner over a major Mosul dam on the Tigris River which will give the ISIS the ability to cut off significant water supplies and electricity and since the Kurdish forces had been forced out of the area, Iraq is poised to be flooded throughout by the Islamic Caliphate (ISIS).
In the meanwhile, ISIS issued a propaganda video showing Muslim women pleading to The Caliph, Al-Baghdadi to send reinforcements to Hums, Syria complaining without evidence that they are being raped by Shiites:Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.