The woman, believed to be be a member of the Yazidi-Kurdish minority, shot dead senior Islamic State commander Abu Anas, according to Iraqi satellite TV network Alsumaria News
Revenge: An Iraqi woman killed the ISIS commander who made her a sex slave. Pictured, a Syrian-Kurdish fighter in a file photo
An Iraqi woman gunned down the ISIS terror chief who forced her into sex slavery, it has been reported.
The woman, believed to be be a member of the Yazidi-Kurdish minority, shot dead a senior Islamic State commander known as Abu Anas, according to Iraqi satellite TV network Alsumaria News.
Kurdistan Democratic Party spokesman Saeed Mamouzini said that the militant was killed on Saturday near the city of Mosul in Iraq.
He forced the woman into sex slavery and handed her to his depraved followers as a sick ‘gift’, he said.
The Yazidis are a religious minority in Syria and Iraq and are oppressed and terrorised by the terror group – a total of 5,270 Yazidis were abducted last year, and more than 3,000 are still in their grip, according to figures within the community.
ISIS claim that rape is part of their twisted interpretation of Islam, according to the testimony of children they have abducted and forced into sexual slavery.
A 12-year-old girl who escaped the group told the New York Times that the man who abused her explained to her that the sickening act he was about to commit was not a sin because she was not Muslim.