Tabitha's House » This is the Face of the ISIS Sex Slave Market
Nobel peace prize winner Nadia Murad describes her extraordinary journey from suffering at the hands of Islamic State to human rights campaigner. T he slave market opened at night. We could hear the commotion downstairs where militants were registering and organising, and when the first man entered the room, all the girls started screaming. It was like the scene of an explosion. We moaned as though wounded, doubling over and vomiting on the floor, but none of it stopped the militants.
I was an Isis sex slave. I tell my story because it is the best weapon I have
Now 29, she shares her story for the first time. I grinned at Anna and she rolled her eyes — it was a bit of an in-joke; the fact that everything tended to go my way. My mum had died when I was a baby, so my two sisters and I were raised by our grandparents in the middle of nowhere in Wales. Sure, we bickered sometimes — I went nuts when I caught my younger sister smoking weed with her friends — but we pulled together and made a functional little family. I genuinely believed that the worst thing that could happen to me would be getting a bad grade or missing a netball match.
Sold by: Amazon. Skip to main content. Kindle Edition. He visits a market to buy slave girls for his harem.