The Muslim savages inside of the Islamic State know zero boundaries to the horrific means of endless gore and violence they'll set forth to accomplish their demented goals of chaos and destruction furthering their twisted ideology and Caliphate of death.
ISIS savages have executed and then dismembered hundreds of women and children amid fears the terror group is plotting a wave of massacres in Shiite villages.
Extremists beheaded some prisoners and used bricks to kill children before hacking off their limbs during horrific raids all across the middle east.
That doesn't compare to the brutality that they indoctrinated into the minds of young children in Iraq though, forcing the young kids to have nightmares forever after what they've been made to do.
At just the innocent age of five years old, Shadi and his older sister and brother are included in the thousands of children who have witnessed through their own eyes more terror than most of us combined in their short lifetimes.
Victims of horror to to Radical Islam, these children are sold into sexual slavery, forced to commit suicide bombings, have seen more blood, guts and gore, forced torture and mutilation than even the most graphic of horror films.
You can say that they’ve literally stared death in the eye to the point of desensitization that Americans could never imagine.
An advertisement in a Jihadi controlled shopping center reads, “Deflowered slave for sale, age 13,” and even further describes the child sex slave as, “Body: slim, tall. Price: $9,000.”
Once born into innocence, the now terrified children of the Islamic State occupied territories in Iraq and Syria, this is their daily bad dream, except it's a normalized reality.
“One day Shadi held a knife to our little sister’s throat,” Shadi’s older sister, Hadya, explains in a confronting episode of “Dateline,” an Australian news show similar to “60 Minutes.”
“He would have cut her ear off if my mother hadn’t stopped him.” He said, ‘I’ll cut her throat, she’s mine.'”
The recent victory by Iraqi Forces to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul has not come without a heavy headed price. Iraqi commanders said, “gains slowed to a crawl as ISIS fighters used families, including women and children, as human shields.”
“ISIS sends children at our troops to blow themselves up in suicide bombings,” one Iraqi soldier said. The soldier said that he believed most of them were only between the ages of 10 and 15.
“It’s a disaster for children,” said one public school teacher who had no choice but to have fled Mosul. “Children are mentally impregnated with this ideology.”
But as the light begins to shine down into the pitch black abyss of a destroyed city, it shines on some of the greatest victims, the innocent women and children manipulated by the terror driven bastards of the Islamic State.
Iraq now powerful Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declared “total victory” over the terror group ISIS in Mosul after retaking full control of the country’s second most massive city three years after it was first seized by the savage Muslim extremists hell bent on building their twisted global caliphate.
Al-Abadi spoke of the brutality of the battle for Mosul, which after three years males it Iraq’s longest yet in the fight against ISIS. He said such triumph had been achieved “by the blood of our martyrs.”
During the first campaign Mosul fell to ISIS in a matter of days in 2014 but the second fight to retake the historic city lasted almost nine months. The fight, backed by US-led coalition airstrikes, brought an end to the brutal extremists’ terrorist caliphate, but has also left thousands of innocents dead, many neighborhoods in complete ruins and nearly 900,000 refugees are now displaced.
Hadya, an 11 year old girl, and her brothers Fadi, 9, and Shadi, 5, are included in those displaced by the endless war. All three were slaves of the terror group for almost two years. Among the horrific stories they had to tell of their time, was when ISIS militants forced the children to dismember a captive prisoner.
They told of another scary story first saying that, “Another time he almost set fire to the tent,” Shadi’s sister explains.
“My little sister was asleep and smoke was coming out. He said we had to burn the place down, ‘like ISIS said.’”
In reference to their slave owner, the young girl said, “He came along and said, ‘You cut off a foot, you cut off an arm, and you slash his face with a knife,’” Hadya explained.
In tears, she said, “Otherwise I’ll take you away from your mother and kill you all. We were scared to refuse, we were each given a machete. I had to cut his hand off. I did it.”
The horror affected all three of them, she went on to say, “Fadi had to cut his feet off. Shadi had to cut his face with a knife.” Her nine year old brother was forced to cut a man's feet off.
According to Hadya, the man died “when Shadi stabbed him in the eye”, in reference to her now five year old brother. Such savagery they've endured and witnessed, that they're forever scarred from the evils of the Islamic State.