Mass grave in Iraq tells horror story of ISIS massacre

The wild dogs found the bodies first. In February a Kurdish sheep herder discovered the mass grave a few miles from the tiny Iraqi village of Sinuni, 270 miles north of Baghdad. Among the 37 skeletal remains were women and children as young as two. The dogs fed on the dead, scattering their bones. The victims had […]

Andy WatkinsBy of Iraq Oil Report
Published Thursday, November 19th, 2015

Sara Carter writes for the American Media Institute:

The wild dogs found the bodies first. In February a Kurdish sheep herder discovered the mass grave a few miles from the tiny Iraqi village of Sinuni, 270 miles north of Baghdad. Among the 37 skeletal remains were women and children as young as two. The dogs fed on the dead, scattering their bones.

The victims had been captured, herded together and beheaded or shot. The Islamic State group (ISIS) was responsible for the killings, said Kurdish soldiers who are fighting the Islamic terrorists in northern Iraq. On this occasion, the Islamic State terrorists took no prisoners – no matter their age. Other times the terror group kidnapped women and girls as young as six and then sold them into sexual slavery, according to a 2014 United Nations Human Rights Council report.