Woman Kidnapped by ISIS & Sold to Four Different Rapists is Freed by Rescuers Posing as Jihadists who Bought Her Freedom

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A Christian woman kidnapped and used as ISIS sex slave by numerous men is finally free thanks to a rescue network that buys back victims’ freedom by posing as jihadists.

Rita Habib, 30, was this week tearfully reunited with her father three years after the pair were ripped apart when she was captured in northern Iraq.

 After her rescue she had no idea for days that she was free from the final violent brute that had bought her, his abusive his wife and the fighting that engulfed the town where she had been held captive.

She had already been brought by four different men, so when a fifth man took her away, she assumed the worst.

All of the men were married with children and subjected her to rape and abuse, forcing her to clean and keep the house.

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The worst of all was girls aged nine who were raped. Girls would be sold for 4,000 to 15,000 dollars.”

But the man who had paid for her this time, and his friend who had done the same for a Yazidi woman held captive alongside her, had said nothing to them.

Eventually the Yazidi woman plucked up the courage to find out why they were there.

Ms Habib said one of the men replied: ‘We are not Isis. We have been paid to bring you home.

‘We are trying to find a way to save you.’

If anyone had found out the unnamed men were posing as jihadists to help the women get out they would’ve been killed.

But they are shielded by a trail of equally anonymous intermediaries, and were part of Iraqi Christian group Shlama Foundation, who paid £20,000 to bring Ms Habib back.

They had been alerted when her father, who was seized with her in Qaraqosh, northern Iraq, was freed, reports The Times

She spent four months in a women’s refuge after she was freed and last week she was reunited at last with her father in Arbil, Iraqi Kurdistan.

In an interview after her rescue, Ms Habib, who is only 30 but looks 15 years older, seems to be always on the verge of tears.

“(My father) has changed under Isis,” she said “He seems tired.”

Ms Habib – an only child who lived with her widowed father – had gone to Turkey to try to register them both for asylum, fearful of the march of Isis across Iraq in 2014.

But on August 6 when she returned with the documents needed Isis approached Qaraqosh and fought off peshmerga fighters protecting the town withdrew.

The next morning people were separated into older people, young men, and young women and children.

She was taken to Mosul and told they would be used for prisoner exchanges. It was a lie.

 Not long after she was bought by an Iraqi man who held her for 18 months.

Then she sold to two Saudi Arabians in Raqqa and finally, there was a Syrian man from who she was finally rescued from.


 

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