Muslims Serve Kidnapped Mother Savory Meal — Then, Tell Her What’s In It
Just as their Islamic prophet modeled, the Islamic State is spreading cruelty, persecution, and Islamic terrorism throughout the Middle East in an effort to establish a unified Sharia nation. Stories of human slaughterhouses, organ harvesting, and sex slavery markets have made their way to the UN, all to fall on deaf ears.
Since the non-Muslim minorities are left defenseless against the growing terrorist group, the most unspeakable atrocities are not exclusively affecting the Christians and Yazidis, but their children as well.
The story of a young Yazidi woman is making its rounds on the internet, not because she was kidnapped by jihadists, but because of the sickening dish of gruesome generosity they served their starving captive.
A Yazidi escapee pleaded with Vian Dakhil, a member of Iraqi Parliament, to share their account of a young mother who had endured the most nightmarish abuse conceivable.
Dakhil told Politico that ISIS fighters had starved a woman for several days before inviting her to a lavish meal of rice and meat. Having separated her from her sons, ages 3 and 5, the desperate woman thought that her kidnappers may have had a change of heart — but that was far from their plans.
“One of the mothers calls me … she said ‘for two days the ISIS doesn’t give me any food’ and they separated her children. One of them is 3 years and another is 5 years, after two days they give her rice with meat. After she’s eating, they tell her this is your boy — 3 years,” Dakhil said.
“She tells me please, I can’t, I don’t know what can I do — I’m eating my son. This is what happened with those woman under ISIS control and nobody cares.”
Unfortunately, the woman’s story is consistent with another testimony from an elderly Kurdish woman who courageously went to ISIS and demanded to see her kidnapped son. Mad World News reports that the Muslim jihadists offered her a three-course meal, before delivering the sinister news.
“They brought her cups of tea and fed her a meal of cooked meat, rice, and soup,” said Abdulla. “She thought they were kind.”
When she finished her food and asked to see her son, Abdulla said they laughed at her and said, “You’ve just eaten him.”
Dakhil and her sister, Deelan, have pleaded with U.S. lawmakers and the Obama administration at Capitol Hill, but so far there has been no response from the White House on the gruesome butchery of the Yazidi minority by ISIS.
“I tell all the people we need help, please. I can’t do everything alone. We need someone to help us,” Dakhil said as she began to cry.
By watching ISIS, we can not only see firsthand how the Islamic Prophet Muhammad’s 7th century Caliphate operated, we can learn from its history. More