For every time we’ve heard Obama say, “ISIS is contained,” there’s another attack to go along with it. For every Liberal saying that ISIS is not the largest threat to our world, there’s another escaped prisoner, sex slave, or Middle Eastern Christian saying otherwise. This is the story of the latter.
This brave young woman named Nadia Murad had been kept by ISIS as a sex slave and most likely a breeding woman. ISIS is just that ruthless. Now she is telling her story. But she didn’t just do it in any venue that would listen.
No, she went before a congressional panel and absolutely tore Obama and his weak stance against ISIS, a new one.
A former Islamic State sex slave appearing before Congress urged the U.S. to fight the radical terrorist group with more urgency.
The Yazidi woman, Nadia Murad, who escaped captivity in 2014, testified before the Senate Homeland Security committee about the horrors of living under ISIS, CNN reported.
“The USA must act. We must terminate Daesh [Islamic State] and all such terror,” she said through a translator. “Daesh will not give up their weapons unless we force them to give up their weapons.”
She also confronted the Obama administration on its inability to act in protecting Americans as the president pays lip service to fighting ISIS but does nothing serious to eradicate the radicals.
“If a country as strong as your country cannot protect its citizens in Orlando, or in Belgium or in France,” Murad asked, “how come a small minority like us can protect ourselves while we are in the heart of the land where the radicals are?”
Obama has consistently refused to call Islamic terrorism by its name, and redacted transcripts released Monday of the 911 calls from Orlando gunman Omar Mateen omitted any mention of Islam. The 2013 FBI investigation into the radicalized Muslim murderer was dropped due to worries of Islamophobia.
What at this girl says is 100% true. Obama had done nothing and ISIS is eradicating people the world over.
Maybe, just maybe, it’s time to start listening to the people who were actually there.
(Source: Bizpac Review)