What do you say to a mother with tears streaming down her face who says her daughter is in the hands of the Islamic State, or ISIS, and that she wishes she were there, too? Even if she had to be raped and tortured, she says, it would be better than not being with her daughter.The religious hypocrisy of the ISIS militants is disgusting. Consider that these men are claiming to fight in the name of God, and to be as devout as it gets. They keep their women covered up in black from head to toe, lest another man so much as look at them. Men and women are kept separated in regular society. The standard that is expected of women is extremely high: they are kept perfectly pure and hidden away for one man alone; their husband - their owner.
What do you say to the 13-year-old girl who describes the warehouses where she and the others lived and would be pulled out, three at a time, to be raped by the men? When her brother found out, he killed himself.
What's more, ISIS fighters are also participating in the international sex trade. They sell captured women and girls to "men in Iraq, Syria, Saudi Arabia and other places."