RINJ Accuses ISIS of Crimes Against Humanity in Mosul, 2016

The following statement is for release 12:01 AM
Monday, 30 May 2016 (GMT)

We, the women of   The RINJ Foundation,  accuse The Islamic State men in Mosul of daily raping children and dozens or more women of various ethnic and spiritual origins —often brutalizing or murdering them —and also causing in total this year more than a thousand deaths by morbid assault, gynecologic hemorrhage in children;failure to survive;and even child obstetrical hemorrhage.

The RINJ Foundation urges the UN Security Council to enable member states by whatever lawful means to perform the capture, arrest and prosecution of any person identifying as a member of  the group calling itself the Islamic State, anywhere they may be in the world, for the following crimes against humanity in 2016:

Significant Crimes Against Humanity By The Islamic State in Mosul 2016
Date Action Dead Injured Details
Jan 1 to May 24 Rape and Murder Thousands Daily rape of children and dozens or more women often brutalizing or murdering them and also causing in total more than a thousand deaths by gynecologic hemorrhage in children;failure to survive,  and even child obstetrical hemorrhage.
Feb 8 Execution 300 0 Islamic State have executed over 300 police and army
personal, as well as civil activists by firing squad in Mosul.
April 20 Falling 5 0
Islamic State
 executed
two of its elements and three civilians by throwing them from the top of a high building in the area of Bab al-Tub in central Mosul
April 21 Shooting 250+ Unknown At least 250 Iraqi woman were executed by Islamic State fighters because they refused to become sex slaves.
April 26 Drowning 7 0 Islamic State members
executed seven civilians by drowning them inside metal cages in al-Faysaliya
area in central Mosul
May 2 Shooting 17 0 Islamic State has
executed 17 people in the city of Mosul, for refusing to fight the Iraqi security forces.
May 5 Shooting 25 0 Islamic State executed 25
of its fighters, including four leaders, after fleeing from the battlefield.
May 11 Shooting 5 Unknown Islamic State selects
five young civilians to take their handguns and shoot five Iraqi soldiers in the head.
May 13 Shooting 5 Unknown ISIL executed five by firing squad on charges of spying and cooperating
with the security forces.
May 13 Burning 1 1 The  Fighters purportedly set the house of a Christian on fire after the resident refused to them Jaziya. 
May 16 Stoning 21 Unknown The so-called al-Hisba
elements arrested a woman and 20 youths on charges of having illegal relations, and put them on the main road in Tahrir neighborhood in front of al-Zahra mosque
in eastern Mosul. The elements of al-Hisba began stoning the woman and
the youths for almost an hour till death.
May 18 Chemical execution 25 Unknown ISIS terrorist members executed 25 persons in Mosul on charges of spying
and collaborating with Iraqi security forces, ISIS put the citizens in a large tub containing nitric acid inside one of its headquarters. ISIS members tied each person with a rope and lowered him in the tub, which contains nitric acid, till the victims organs dissolve.

Background to The RINJ Foundation Allegations

 Countless men left their failed lives to come to the Middle East and fight in Syria in a ‘holy war’to defeat the Syrian seat of government, a slaughterhouse run by the 45-year Assad regime.  This passion to free the Syrian people inspired more than 32,000 foreign fighters from 81 different countries to join the conflict.

The vast majority of men who came to fight Assad now fight with the Islamic State (IS) and are:

  • driven by fanatical belief in their God as defined by IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi;
  • motivated by the fear of failure;
  • pushed forward by a consuming rage & hatred instilled in their weak fanatical minds by months of horror they have seen;and
  • relentlessly brain-washed by  the Islamic State caliphate’s  machinery.

These male fighters drawn to oppose Assad plus the many thousands of men drawn directly by the death-dripping rantings of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi  are lawless, violent, suicidal, fanatical losers who die at the estimated growing rate of 1,100 per month, with estimates of as many as 60 to 100 men and women killing themselves on suicide-bombing attacks as a tactic of battlefield combat.

Part of the brainwashing process the foreign and indigenous IS fighters endure includes a radicalized hatred for persons of other faiths like Yazidis and Jews. This has led these persons, under the direct orders of the leadership of the so-called Islamic State “Caliphate”to commit heinous crimes against humanity, including genocide, crimes of aggression and mass rape of civilian women and children.

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