Women who managed to escape from the clutches of the Islamic State group terrorists have narrated stories of what life was like living under the group. They have also highlighted the violence, sex slavery and the price put on girls and women who were sold as sex slaves.
Khadija, who came to Syria from Tunis to live in ISIS-stronghold in Raqqa for three years, told RT that she saw only cruelty and injustice, but no genuine pursuit of religion or Islamic law.
“My husband and I made a huge mistake by going there. And I advise you not to believe those who say that ISIS is an Islamic State, which preaches Islam and Sharia and lives pursuant to the teachings of Prophet Muhammed and the Koran,” Khadija said adding that the terrorists have a high intolerance of any kind of dissent or opposition to their reign.
“Everybody, who takes a stand against them, …