Marzooq laid out the horrors that ISIS committed in Mosul, including what he called a “vast number of sexual abuses and rapes” against Shi’ite Muslims and Yazidi women, many of whom were later sold as sex slaves. He said that jihadists recruited children as young as twelve into their fighting force and forced them to participate in “sick and disgusting activities including beheadings, laying of roadside bombs, and filming military activities for propaganda purposes.” He said that the goal from ISIS was to turn Mosul into a massive training center that would also serve a big recruitment tool for the Islamic terror group.
Wait a quick minute since the UN for the first time in the crisis with ISIS is complaining about the war in Syria but only against a force fighting ISIS, do these words from the UN complaining about Iraq throwing ISIS fighters off buildings hint at the United Nations supporting ISIS?
When the UN for the first time is truly sticking up for someone in the war torn areas that ISIS once controlled, but only comes out defending the treatment of captured ISIS fighters...I think we might just have for the first time proof that the United Nations is in all out support of ISIS in the middle east. Syrian, Iraqi, and Libyan civilians have been inducing a genocide upon them by ISIS for nearly a good six years now, but the first time in this chaos that the United Nations comes out to defend is captured ISIS fighters who committed genocide on these middle eastern nations. Folks I think the UN sticking up for ISIS, is a good sign that President Trump and other world leaders should pull out of the United Nations.