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ISIS Women Believe Non-Muslim Women Are Worse Than Animals – Nadia Murad

nadia-murad-isis-survivor.jpgNadia Murad’s escape from the clutches of ISIS is bound to remain as one of the daring escapes in recent history. But, people who do not belong to Islamic groups make the classic mistake of not educating their people about what powers can do when motivated by Islam alone.

While we know that ISIS men are brutal, what is very telling is the attitude of the Muslim women too in supporting the ISIS men.

Nadia says ” None of the men who raped me revealed their identities, but one name that does stick out is Sarah.

This was the daughter of the first man who made Nadia his “sadir” or slave. The name would flash up on his mobile as he raped her. Nadia says: “I never met her or his wife, but they knew what he was doing to me. They accepted their men were raping us. To IS women, we are not worth the value of animals.”

The Yazidi women were abducted and then had to suffer, while , many Hindu girls succumb to “Love Jihad” and then go through the same horrors. “Love Jihad” is not the same as a marriage out of love, but a deliberate attempt to slight the Hindus and use Hindu girls as a tool for increasing numbers.

 

Read her Story here

Nadia Murad was eight when Tony Blair took Britain to war with Iraq, destabilising her country so badly that IS were able to rise to power and 13 years later butcher her family and take her captive to rape again and again.

After he was damned by the Chilcot Report, Blair insisted his conscience was clear and he could “look the nation in eye”.

But to get a true measure of the consequences of his actions, Blair should meet Nadia. Her eyes would tell of the bloody legacy of that decision, in the physical and mental scars she carries.

Nadia, a member of the ancient Yazidi community despised by IS, was captured in 2014 and raped so many times, by so many men, she cannot give numbers.

Getty ImagesThousands of Yezidis trapped in the Sinjar mountains as they tried to escape from Islamic State (IS) forces, are rescued by Kurdish Peshmerga forces and Peoples Protection Unit (YPG) in Mosul, Iraq
Thousands of Yezidis trapped in the Sinjar mountains as they tried to escape from Islamic State

She says: “Soon I stopped fighting them. I took myself to another world when they raped me.”

She was one of 5,000 woman kidnapped by IS in 2014 from the Yazidi, a secretive sect who derive many of their beliefs from Islam and Christianity but are wrongly labelled devil worshippers in areas near their homeland in northern Syria, northern Iraq and eastern Turkey.

Six of her brothers were slaughtered before her eyes, with 300 other men from her village. Her mother was also killed.

Nadia and her sisters, female cousins and nieces, were forced to “marry” IS extremists. None of the men who raped her revealed their identities, but one name that does stick out is, she says, “Sarah”.

Philip CoburnIraqi Yazidi woman Nadia Murad who had many members of her family (including her mother and many of her brothers and sisters) murdered by Daesh (ISIS) in Iraq
Nadia Murad wants to tell her story

This was the daughter of the first man who made Nadia his “sadir” or slave. The name would flash up on his mobile as he raped her. Nadia says: “I never met her or his wife, but they knew what he was doing to me. They accepted their men were raping us. To IS women, we are not worth the value of animals.”

Nadia escaped after three months, knowing she would be executed if caught. She says: “I preferred to be killed and just finally stop it.”

She made it out alive and has now found asylum in Germany.

REUTERSCivilian children stand next to a burnt vehicle during clashes between Iraqi security forces and al Qaeda-linked Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Mosul
Civilian children stand next to a burnt vehicle during clashes between Iraqi security forces and al Qaeda-linked Islamic State

As we speak, she perches on her hotel bed, motionless, as she says IS extremists did to her “what a mind could not imagine”.

Nadia grew up with eight brothers and two sisters in the village of Kocho. In the summer of 2014, IS began taking nearby villages. “We knew they wanted to exterminate us,” Nadia says.

More than 50,000 Yazidis escaped to Mount Sinjar, leading to US air strikes, but Nadia and her family were trapped.

REUTERSNadia Murad Basee, a 21-year-old Iraqi woman of the Yazidi faith, speaks to members of the Security Council during a meeting at the United Nations headquarters in New York,
Nadia Murad Basee speaks to members of the Security Council during a meeting at the United Nations headquarters in New York,

The terrorists entered her village on August 3. IS told the Yazidis: “Convert to Islam or die.” Everyone was herded to the village school. “But no one agreed to convert,” says Nadia, firmly. IS took the men, including Nadia’s brothers, and the women watched through the windows as they were shot.

Nadia, whose father had already died, says: “They were using Kalashnikovs, hitting the men in the face, making them lie face down. We were screaming. The guards started beating us.”

Six of her brothers died that day. Two managed to survive. The petrified women were then split into groups – the elderly, the married, and the unmarried.

Nadia and her mother had no time to even hug as they were separated as it “all happened so suddenly”.

REUTERSA fighter of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) holds an ISIL flag and a weapon on a street in the city of Mosul
A fighter of the Islamic State

Her mother was later killed, but Nadia was taken to Mosul with 150 girls, including three young nieces, aged 15 and 17.

During the bus journey they were physically and sexually assaulted. “They laughed at us. They said, ‘You are owned by IS. You will be married to us’.”

In Mosul, Nadia, and 30 others, were taken to a small room so IS thugs could scrutinise them.

Nadia says: “Girls began vomiting and falling unconscious. My nieces were clinging to me.” Then an obese man approached Nadia.

She says: “I screamed, ‘I can’t go with you, you’re too big for me’. A smaller man was walking past and I begged him to take me.” He did, but the fat man took one of Nadia’s nieces. “If I had known…” she trails off.

Nadia was kept locked in a room to be raped by her captor and other men.

She says: “He had many guards, they came a lot. Day or night. The first time I fought, but he was strong. I couldn’t fight. They were violent, they beat me.”

In her three months of hell, Nadia was “married” to two other men. Planning her escape was what kept her going, but one attempt ended with her being caught and gang-raped by six militants.

But she was determined to flee, in part because she stopped fearing death. “I was telling the men to kill me.”

In November 2014, her captor left a door open and she ran for it. She found help and got to a refugee camp, before ending up in Stuttgart, Germany.

Her two sisters have survived and one has joined her in Germany. The third, along with her two surviving brothers, are in refugee camps in Iraq. But she says: “My 13-year-old nephew is being trained by IS to fight for them.” One niece escaped, only to die in an air strike. It has made Nadia more determined to keep telling her story until every Yazidi is free, a bravery which has earned her a nomination for the Nobel Peace Prize.

She is begging the British government to take more refugees. Nadia says: “What IS has done to the Yazidi people is genocide, the UK must offer more asylum to refugees. So many are in camps and they have been through terrible suffering.”

Her friend and translator Ahmed Burjus tells me later: “When she is travelling, Nadia is OK, but when she is at home she cries and cries. She loses her voice from crying. Being inside reminds her of her captivity.”

Hindu woman forced to eat beef, adopt Islam by in-laws in Patna

One of those rare occasions, where the Hindu woman dares to come out and expose her anguish. Otherwise thousands of girls suffer in silence. Many others who come out of the relationship keep the news under wraps for fear of being exterminated. #LoveJihad

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Patna: The Patna Police on Monday took two people into its detention on a woman’s complaint that alleged that she was forced to consume cow meat and adopt Islam.

The incident is said to have taken place in Phulwari area in Patna on June 13.

The woman, who is a Hindu, alleged that her husband, who is a Muslim, and his family forcefully made her consume beef and adopt Islam. She further alleged that after she refused to listen to their demands, her husband and in-laws threatened to blackmail her by circulating her porn videos.

She also claimed that her husband’s family forced her to live in a Madrasa for a month to learn Islam and eat beef. The woman hails from Kolkata and was married to Asif of Phulwari in Patna.

She accused her husband Asif and his family members of constantly torturing her.

A case has been lodged at the Gandhi Maidan Police Station in this connection.

 

Are the Hindu Daughters of Bengal Safe – Tuktuki Mondal Case

#JusticeforTuktuki

The abduction and rape of a teen from rural West Bengal is the latest addition to a long list of Hindu girls victimised by Muslim goons in the State as part of their Love Jihad campaign. This has been going on for a few decades in the state.   Tuktuki was forcibly abducted for a period over 75 days by Babusona Gazi, a local TMC hooligan as known.   The second time she was converted to Islam by the Maulana who renamed her Nasrah.  After a heroic effort by Hindu Samhati lead by Sri Tapan Ghosh, an army of active social media  activists who put pressure on the government to act, BJP activists and other Hindu organisations, the girl was finally rescued.  The Calcutta high court has finally indicted the West Bengal government for failing to arrest a single accused. The NCW report has also completely exposed the government.

Tuktuki Mandal was a student of Class 10 at the local village school in Magrahat police station area of South 24 Parganas district, West Bengal. On February 25 this year she was abducted while returning home from the nearby bank where she had gone to check the balance in her account. According to her father, Subhash Mandal, a daily wage-earner, she was abducted by three goons who are members of a gang headed by a hoodlum called Salim. He is believed to enjoy the patronage of the ruling Trinamool Congress. Before Mamata Banerjee came to power, Salim was a CPI(M) thug. Like most thugs in West Bengal, he switched political loyalties in the summer of 2011.

The distraught father sought the Panchayat Pradhan’s help. In turn, he was asked to file a police complaint, which he did at Magrahat police station. Nothing happened. Subhash Mandal says Salim’s men called him for a meeting on the night of March 7 at the house of a man called Babusona Gazi. Subhash Mandal claims when he reached Gazi’s house, he found at least 50 men there, armed with guns. According to him, he was asked to “sign some blank papers and told to withdraw the police complaint”.

Subhash Mandal objected to the conditions imposed by his daughter’s tormentors. They told him he would get to see his daughter again only if he “withdrew the complaint and would not get the girl medically examined”. He says the goons promised to help him financially with his daughter’s marriage. He says he felt helpless and scared, so he “agreed to their proposal and signed the papers”. Tuktuki was handed over to her father. Later his wife told him that Tuktuki had been “repeatedly raped”.

Source material for above from

  1. Hindu Existence
  2. SatyaVijayi.com
  3. Tweets from Sri tapanghosh
  4. Ethinc Cleansing of Panchgram

The Tuktuki Mondal case once again proves that the Muslim leadership  overtures to Scheduled castes ( so-called Dalits) stating that they are sympathetic to their issues is a mere eyewash. From pre-partition times, it is the SC’s who have borne the brunt of many Muslim attacks on them. Sri Jogendranath Mondal had documented similar attacks then. This article on the issue also reveals the strategy to confuse the Hindu society. Read More

Love Jehad cases on rise in Tamilnadu

 Source : Daily Pioneer

Love Jehad, the controversial love marriages between Hindu girls and Muslim boys, has become a major socio-political issue not only in Uttar Pradesh but also in Tamil Nadu. Mahesh, 40-year-old district president of Hindu Front in Vellore says the last two years have seen more than 50 such marriages in Vellore district alone.

Girls from poor Hindu families are wooed by Muslim youth promising opulent and luxurious married life. “The boys offer gifts which include mobile phones, jewellery, perfumes and a host of other things. Mobile phones are their main weapon. They win over the confidence of the girls through phone conversations lasting hours without the knowledge of the parents of the girls,” said Mahesh, who took The Pioneer to parents whose daughters had eloped with Muslim youths.

Vellaiyappan, leader of the Hindu Front was murdered in 2013 for campaigning against Love Jehad. He had tried to create an awareness among Hindu girls, the potential victims, about the dangers and intentions of the Muslim youths involved in Love Jehad.

“My sister and my family owe it to Vellaiyappan for saving us in time,” said Venkatesh, a cab driver in Vellore. His sister Gayathri (name changed) was working in a tannery to supplement the family income when she was approached by a good looking youth. “He always expressed sympathies with me for working at a young age and told me that I deserve much better life. He told me that if I marry him, he would take care of me as well as my family. I was told that his brothers were in West Asian countries and it would not be a problem for him to get a good job for my brothers. His only condition was that I should get converted to Islam which I agreed though I knew that my parents and brothers would never approve it,” said Gayathri.

When his efforts to persuade Gayathri could not succeed, Vellaiyappan and Venkatesh went in search of the family of the youth. “To our shock we found that there was no such  family and there were no brothers working in Gulf countries. We found that the youth had a criminal past and had married two Hindu girls in the past from Vellore district itself. The parents of the girls did not file police complaint fearing societal remarks,” said Venkatesh.

But Fiyaz Ahmed, the soft spoken district president of the Popular Front of India denied the charges. “This is a mere allegation by the Sangh Parivar. There are young girls working in leather factories and tanneries in Vellore. It is natural for grown-up girls to fall in love with their colleagues. We do not have anything to do with these marriages,” said Ahmed.

What is of great interest is that the change of religion in all these cases is certified by a particular notary and this has given rise to doubts about a wider conspiracy. But police officials expressed their helplessness. “Any girl above the age of 18 are free to go with person of their choice. If you can prove that the girl was abducted or married off against her wishes, we can help you,” said a senior police official.

Intelligence officials said that both the State and Central Governments have been informed about the unprecedented increase in the number of girls eloping with Muslim youth.

Love Jehad on Rise In Tamilnadu

National-level TT player enmeshed in ‘love jihad’ now in Kanpur

Arisebharat does not agree with the phrases like much-hyped while referring to “Love Jihad”. We are however reproducing the article as it is from http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-national-level-tt-player-enmeshed-in-love-jihad-now-in-kanpur-2015190

Close on the heels of the Tara Shahdeo conversion case of Ranchi, another such episode of the much-hyped “love jihad” variety has been played out in Kanpur. While Tara is a national level shooter, the girl in the latest case, allegedly forcibly converted and bound in a farcical ‘nikah’ besides having been sexually abused, is a national level table tennis player. Neetu (name changed), a minor, is also a state level Taekwondoist.

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The Muslim boy Waseem, who had allegedly posed as a Hindu named Raja to court the 17-year-old girl, has been arrested. But the incident has once again exposed the overpowering callous attitude which is now a hallmark of the UP Police.

According to the girl’s statement before a magistrate, Waseem and his sister using a false alias (Rani) had lured her to their house where she was taken hostage on August 16. She was then forcibly converted and given a Muslim name. Two days later (i.e. on August 18) she was forced into a ‘nikah’ with Waseem who took her to an unknown place where he sexually abused her despite her resistance. The same day, she managed to call her father, an auto driver, from Waseem’s mobile and told him about her plight. The father immediately went to the Babupurwa police and even gave them the mobile number.

But the police did absolutely nothing despite the parents’ repeated cries for help for eight long days. It was only on August 26, when the father met Kanpur DIG RK Chaturvedi who geared up things in the language which the police understand, that the girl was recovered within a record 30 minutes!

“I had to give up my auto driving. All day long, we used to just sit outside the Babupurwa police station hoping someone would listen to us and help us recover our little girl. We even cried before the police officers and constables. But no one helped us,” Neetu’s father told reporters between wails of agony. “How did they recover her in half-an-hour when the DIG pulled them up? They had his mobile number and could have easily traced him on August 18 itself,” he asked angrily.

Neetu said in her statement that Waseem, a bus conductor, had befriended him as Raja during an NCC tour about six months ago. He had taken her mobile number and kept in touch after they returned. “It was only when he and his sister took me to their home on August 16 that I got to know they were Muslim. But, the entire family ganged up and made me a captive in their house,” Neetu told reporters.

Babupurwa SO Ajay Varma said initially the case against Waseem had been registered as one of inducing a minor for elopement. “After we came to know of the true story, stringent IPC sections for rape and illegal confinement have also been added,” he said. Asked whether it was a case of “love jihad”, he said a junior officer was inquiring into it. “We are yet to get papers relating to her conversion, rechristening and ‘nikah’,” he added.

Source: http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-national-level-tt-player-enmeshed-in-love-jihad-now-in-kanpur-2015190

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