Two nuns, Mother Olga Yaqob and Sister Hatune Dogan of the Daughters of Mary of Nazareth spoke about the persecution of Christian girls kidnapped by ISIS. Both women recounted horrific stories of inhumane persecution, notably the story of 280 Christian girls who were kidnapped by ISIS militants. The kidnappers “repeatedly raped” and “misused” the girls, some as young as 5-years-old they revealed.
Sister Hatune told, “I met an Iraqi girl, five-and-a-half-years maybe, and they kidnapped her. I met her at seven-and-a-half-years. Until today, no one knows, what happened to her, because she was misused. They were paid $30,000 dollars to release her. They released her, but under that condition. I am sorry for her. That was the youngest girl that I met. She was misused.”
Sister Hatune told how she met 280 Christian girls kidnapped by the militants. She described how they were “misused” by their kidnappers, some of whom “cut breasts and other sensitive areas.” “I saw them with my own eyes,” she said.