So many Americans were killed and yet Obama didn’t budge a finger to rescue them.
A Yazidi woman kidnapped and detained as Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s personal sex slave has told how the ISIS leader repeatedly raped U.S. hostage Kayla Mueller – who he had taken as a secret bride.
Speaking to MailOnline, blue-eyed Muna, 16, revealed that after his depraved jihadi cohorts ripped out Miss Mueller’s finger nails, Baghdadi told her that she would become his wife ‘by force’.
But despite his image as the world’s most notorious terrorist, Baghdadi was terrified that his other wives would find out about the 26-year-old aid worker, so insisted she was imprisoned at the home of his deputy Abu Sayaff.
Sayaff was allegedly killed alongside Miss Mueller, 26, in an airstrike on the property earlier this year.
Muna’s harrowing account of her time as a sex slave gives unprecedented insight into the life, cruelty and daily routines of elusive terror chief Baghdadi, who has only made one public appearance since he declared himself caliph – leader of the world’s Muslims – during a sermon in Mosul last summer.
With a face veil covering everything but her piercing blue eyes, Muna revealed the horrors she witnessed while being moved from location to location to be abused at Baghdadi’s convenience.
She told MailOnline how the terror leader picked her out from 61 Yazidi women and girls aged between nine and 22 who were among the hundreds taken hostage during last year’s devastating siege of Mount Sinjar.
The average age of those ‘sold at the slave market was 15’, Muna said, adding that it took place at a Christian building in Mosul, which she described as a ‘a white palace’.
Having been held for two nights under the guard of five militants at a property in ISIS’ de facto capital Raqqa, Baghdadi himself turned up at around 10pm on August 15 last year.
He was accompanied by a 30-year-old Kurdish man named Mansour from the Iraqi city of Kirkuk, who is understood to be both his son-in-law and bodyguard.
Having been selected as his sex slave, Muna told MailOnline how Baghdadi transported her to a two-storey house elsewhere in the centre of Raqqa, where he lived with three other wives, three sons and three daughters – the eldest of which was Mansour’s wife.
‘The wives were always worse than Baghdadi,’ Muna said. ‘They were always telling the children that they were lazy and beating them.’
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