Friday, November 18, 2016

Eritrean Woman Who Escaped from ISIS Recounts Her Ordeal

Yudit Tasfadit, an Eritrean woman who was captured by ISIS in Libya after fleeing Eritrea, recounted that she had converted to Islam out of fear that otherwise, she would be slaughtered, and was used, along with other women, as sex slaves. "They want us to bear children so their numbers grow," she said in a TV interview that aired on Alaan TV on November 2. "ISIS are bad people. They slaughter, and they chop off hands."

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