By Conservative Tribune. Startling new video and pictures out of the Middle East show the dungeons in which Islamic State group members would keep women prisoners, some of whom were raped by the militants.
According to the U.K. Daily Mail, the dungeons in the deserts of northern Syria showed just how horrible life was for the young women — mostly members of the Yazidi ethnic group — after their capture by the Islamic State group barbarians.
The women — some just children — were kept underground in dark, cramped conditions 24 hours a day. (Read more from “Gruesome ISIS ‘Dungeons’ Where They Keep Their Sickest Secret Found in Desert” HERE)
The Hell of Yazidi Women Kept in ISIS Dungeon Under the Desert
By Imogen Calderwood. Shocking photographs show the cramped, suffocating spaces where dozens of Yazidi women were trapped underground in an ISIS prison.
Manhole-like panels in the northern Syrian desert are the only obvious clue of the horrific prison where the persecuted women were made to lie in complete darkness for hours every day.
The women, from the much-persecuted Yazidi minority, were forced to live their entire lives under the sand; eating, drinking and sleeping in their tiny cells.
It is not yet known what happened to the terrified women, or where they might be now.
But in heart-breaking examples of the hope and despair the women must have felt, drawings on the walls document their daily lives under the sand. (Read more from “The Hell of Yazidi Women Kept in ISIS Dungeon Under the Desert” HERE)