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ISIS sets hostage prices

ISIS terrorists have placed prices ranging from 75,000 to 200,000 dinars ($75-$200 AUD) for abducted Christian and Yazidi women and children from Mosul.

The site Ankawa.com reported “the militants of the so-called Islamic State distributed a leaflet issued by them in a number of mosques in the city of Mosul”.

The leaflet released earlier in early November included the special prices of the abducted women.

“These prices depend on the age,” the ISIS leaflet said.

“The price of woman aged 30-40 years, from both components, Christian and Yazidis people, is 75,000 dinars.

“The value rises for younger women to reach 150,000 dinars for those of the ages between 10-20 years, and 200,000 dinars for all kids of ages ranging between 6-9 years.”

The leaflet ended by referring to the regulation of not allowing anyone to buy more than three women excluding the buyers from foreign origin, such as Turkish, Syrian and Gulf people.

Ankawa.com also mentioned ISIS extremists have forced all women in Mosul to wear a veil.

“This has prompted the merchants in Mosul Markets to import different kinds of veils to meet the heavy demands by the women of Mosul city,” the report said.

 

 

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