According to a truly powerful new article by Barbara Kay a Yazidi refugee who escaped brutal sex slavery at the hands of ISIS, recently saw the former slave owner who sold and abused her for months on a local Ontario bus.
Has the government responded?
A Truly Awful Experience
Neda was sold and resold to over 13 men, and used for months by the sex-slave master.
“Her first owner eventually brought her back. She fell pregnant and gave birth to a baby girl, who was given to her owner’s family. Nada was eventually made “wife” to an Iraqi fighter. He would put a gun to her head or mock “hang” her children to keep her submissive.”
Neda is currently open to discussing the identity of the individual involved in the brutal slavery operation in ISIS-held Syria and Iraq but has not seen any real interest from Canadian officials to act.
This combined with Canada’s extremely lax security measures is extremely worrying. At this very moment, conservative projections place the total number of ex-ISIS fighters at 60.
Today we know that those 60 include individuals who have admitted to killing, and could even include sex slave owners.
The thought of those kinds of sick and twisted people walking the streets of Canada freely is disturbing to say the least.
I truly hope that stories like this can change the mind of the Prime Minister and push him to take more aggressive action against ex-ISIS fighters in the country.
Update: A Canadian Border Security Agency agent has now told Barbara Kay they will ask the CBSA to pursue this story, while London Police services are actively pursuing this.
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