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ISIS Selling Christian Women as Sex Slaves as Militants Overrun Qaraqosh; Iraqi PM Blamed for Crisis Refuses to Resign

August 11, 2014

At least 500 Christian women were reportedly abducted from Mosul and marked to be sold as sex slaves by ISIS militants who stretched their dominance over Christians in Iraq further last week when they overran Qaraqosh, the nation's largest Christian city where believers had been flocking to after being chased out of Mosul.

 



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