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Former ISIS sex slave forced to flee Germany after captor confronts her in street

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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 08:52 AM
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A Yazidi teenager enslaved by Islamic State who sought asylum in Germany has moved back to Iraq after being confronted by her former ISIS captor, who had registered as a refugee in Stuttgart.

Ashwaq Ta’lo said that she was stopped by Abu Humam – a Syrian ISIS guard who had purchased her for $100

Ashwaq immediately... ...reported Humam to the German police, who were able to identify the man from CCTV footage. However, German authorities said they had no grounds for arrest, as Humam was also a registered refugee.
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A teenage girl from Iraq, Ashwaq Ta’lo, had previously been kept captive as an ISIS sex slave after being purchased for $100. After escaping, she made her way to Germany, where she was granted refugee status. However, her former ISIS owner, Abu Humam, also moved to Germany - as a refugee - which the German government happily allowed. After the ISIS terrorist tracked Ashwaq down and confronted her in the street, she promptly reported to German police who he was and what he had done. The only problem was that the police found no legal cause to arrest him. You see, buying young girls and keeping them captive to rape them every day is perfectly ok, as long as you're a refugee, because Germany respects diversity and multiculturalism.

Ashwaq Ta'lo has now fled Germany and moved back to Iraq, where she feels safer.
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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 08:59 AM
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a reply to: trollz

#ISISlivesmatter

Migrant Refugees deserve our respect and love. They may be terrorists but the power to forgive for their barbarity is what counts. Inclusivity.


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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 09:03 AM
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People just need to accept the fact that not all cultures are equal. Once they accept that, then we can help them realize that some are much worse than others.



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 09:07 AM
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So much for the validity of the war on Terror.


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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 09:13 AM
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It's almost like bringing Neanderthals to the 22nd century and expecting them to just get used to the norms of modern society. No mandatory integration training programs, just dump them anywhere and let em roam free.

No background checks or biometric checks either.
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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 09:35 AM
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a reply to: roadgravel

Bin Laden's bodyguard has to be brought back to Bochum too, we want to make sure the world's top terrorists are safe.



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 09:47 AM
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a reply to: trollz

Even in the case that the police would have sent her away, which I don't by. She could have contacted any refugee organization or media in Germany and the story would have been all over the place.

Could very well be fake/propaganda: "Europe/Germany is not safe. Come back to Kurdistan."
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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 09:49 AM
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Ashwaq Ta’lo said that she was stopped by Abu Humam – a Syrian ISIS guard who had purchased her for $100


No grounds eh.

What snip!



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 09:54 AM
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originally posted by: neo96


Ashwaq Ta’lo said that she was stopped by Abu Humam – a Syrian ISIS guard who had purchased her for $100


No grounds eh.

What snip!

I wonder if he kept the receipt.

Where are the #MeToo people at on this?



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:02 AM
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a reply to: rollanotherone




Where are the #MeToo people at on this?


They're too busy fighting travel bans from places like Syria.



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:03 AM
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a reply to: trollz

He paid 100$ for that girl? That was a bargain.

But he did not register her as a household item when moving to Germany?

Joke aside, this story is a hoax.

If that Humam guy had been in ISIS, he would be arrested as a terrorist. Also his refugee status would have been in question.

So, dump it in the huge Russian hybrid psyop basket, among many other RT crap stories.
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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:08 AM
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a reply to: moebius

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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:10 AM
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Watched the video, the girl sounds credible and i almost believe her.

Maybe "our" secret services, "our protectors from any evil on earth" need people like Abu Humam, for terror attacks in Germany, when the next level of surveillance has to be installed. Thinking of Anis Amri here, and the attack with the truck on the Berlin christmas market. Remote controlled by a secret service henchmen(V-Mann) of the Verfassungsschutz.

And maybe that´s the reason why allegedly the police didn´t want to do something about the Abu Humam/Ashwaq story, when she allegedly told the police.

But something makes me feel that something isn´t right with the story. The source. I am not saying that RT never is credible. But i know too that russia is doing everything to support the european rightwingers. And this here is cannonfodder for the rightwingers.

Next thing is, i can´t believe that the secret services have power over every single cop in Germany. And even i have to admit that most of the cops here aren`t heartless monsters. I can´t believe that she went to the cops and the only thing they did and said was: Bad luck, he is a refugee too, like you. Have a nice day... Never!

Then we have lot´s of Kurds living in Germany, if she would have told one of them what allegedly happened, believe me, Abu Humam would have been history in no time. I grew up with Kurds, with Turks and lot´s of others. I know since i am young how much power, money and supporters they have here.

In the beginning i said that i almost believe her. She really sounds credible. Some actors do that do, in their role. She speaks a very good german for only being here for three years. Maybe even too good, for a traumatized refugee girl, ex sex slave? I don´t know. Some people learn languages faster than others, it´s possible that she just learned it fast.

And the next "problem" is, Germany is a constitutional state. They can´t just arrest people because somebody claims something, without any evidence. That would end like: You don´t like somebody, go to the police, tell them a fairy tale and who to arrest. Jails would be overcrowded...

The flying spaghetti monster should hit me with whatever, if i am wrong. And millions of apologizes to the girl then!

But I really don´t know what to think about the story, somehow something doesn´t feel right here.



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:10 AM
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originally posted by: deckdel
a reply to: trollz

He paid 100$ for that girl? That was a bargain.

But he did not register her as a household item when moving to Germany?

Joke aside, this story is a hoax.

If that Humam guy had been in ISIS, he would be arrested as a terrorist. Also his refugee status would have been in question.

So, dump it in the huge Russian hybrid psyop basket, among many other RT crap stories.


I agree if he had his isis ID card he would have been arrested crossing into Europe. I mean he didn't have an ID so obviously not a terrorist. It's just logic

She's obviously lying




posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:18 AM
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Germany Yes!


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posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:26 AM
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a reply to: Konduit
Who knows what is 'real' anymore with photoshop/cgi?
Even the story in the OP, it could be made up for all I know. I'm just glad the UK doesn't have that refugee issue Germany has. The ones who want to make it to Britain are all camped in Calais, France. Britain built a big fence over there to keep them of the ferries and tunnel trains.
For the same reason Hungary have built their own fence.



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:28 AM
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What, don't you believe in a 2nd....4th....12th, 22nd, 38th chance?

He's turning his life around, probably going to become a small business owner, running a small brothel filled with kidnapped underage girls.

They might even name a park after him.



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:47 AM
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originally posted by: moebius
She could have contacted any refugee organization or media in Germany and the story would have been all over the place.


No, it wouldn't have been. German MSM outlets hide anything that could fuel anti-refugee sentiment. I have a German relative who literally believes that all of the refugees entering Germany are from other European countries. When I told her that many of them are from Africa and the middle east, she said that's "fake news".



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 10:55 AM
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originally posted by: deckdel
this story is a hoax.

If that Humam guy had been in ISIS, he would be arrested as a terrorist. Also his refugee status would have been in question.

So, dump it in the huge Russian hybrid psyop basket, among many other RT crap stories.

Do you honestly believe that out of all of the migrants and refugees who have entered Europe, none of them have ties to terrorist groups? Do you believe that all of them entered Europe with complete, verifiable identification, and that those identities were verified?
ISIS terrorists keeping young girls as sex slaves is not a "Russian hybrid psyop". To them, girls and women are property to be bought and sold. That's reality.
People with links to terrorist organizations entering Europe as refugees is also not a "Russian hybrid psyop".
I think you need to stop listening to the MSM bull**** about everything being some kind of secret Russian plot. Or perhaps you'd like to start referring to CNN articles as "American hybrid psyops", just to be fair?



posted on Aug, 16 2018 @ 11:10 AM
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Anecdotal evidence incoming...

I know of one incident when two "refugees" started following to wives from a near by base, luckily the ladies were paying attention and instead of walking home form the bus stop through the farm fields they diverted through the town and the two guys stayed close enough to have pictures taken of them. They finally saw a school with some teachers outside and they hurried up to them, police were called story was told pictures shown, police said they are known to us but there is nothing we can do, its not against the law to follow people.

Its 60/40 I believe the story for me, because of the situation I mentioned above, I say 40% doesn't believe because how did he track her down that would mean someone in some position of power gave him the information.




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