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New document proves IS sells Christian and Yazidis women

2014-11-08

This is the price list that Islamic extremists follow when selling kidnapped women. It shows how much money they can make selling Christian and Yazidi women as slaves.

Dated on October 20th, it displays the different prices that match each age.

The age of the women vary from 1 to 50 years. Girls from 1 to 9 years-old are sold for around 140 euros. Women older than 40 usually can be bought for 50 euros. The rest of them are sold at half price.

According to the "rules,” one person cannot buy more than three women at once. Iraqis, Syrians and people from the Persian Gulf, however, can.

This video was found several days ago by Kurdish troops on the cell phone of a Jihadist. It proves the existence of a sex slave market. Many radicals are pictured, boast about the number of Yazidi women they have bought.


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