Farida managed to escape her jihadi abuser
The 27-year-old woman, known only as Farida, claims she was kept as a sex slave by a married ISIS fighter who treated her “like an animal”.
Farida also said she was held by the terror group for two years in Mosul, northern Iraq.
The victim added that the jihadist’s wife “also wanted to flee”, so the two women forged a plan to kill him, with the help of soldiers.
According to Farida, the two women managed to communicate with the Iraqi army, describing the exact location of the fighter’s car.
This information would allow him to be easily targeted with an airstrike.
Farida, who has just returned to her Kurdish homeland, said: “We hid for eight days, so people thought we had died in the car too.
“Only then did we escape.”
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An Iraqi special forces soldier checks men for explosive belts as they cross from Islamic State controlled part of Mosul to Iraqi forces controlled part of Mosul
Farida continues to bear the psychological scars of her ordeal.
She said: “I tried to keep my honour, but I have not succeeded.
“They have abused and beaten me, treated me like an animal. I have barely words to describe what happened to me.”
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She now lives in a refugee camp near Erbil, in Iraq’s northern Erbil Governorate.
It is here that she was reunited with her husband, a police officer who was on duty in another part of the country when she was abducted.
Farida is one of two ISIS sex slaves who have come forward to speak about their ordeals.
Waheda Musa was also abducted in Mosul by jihadis
Waheda Musa was also abducted in Mosul, where Iraqi forces are now making progress retaking the city from Daesh control.
The 32-year-old, along with her seven-year-old son Matu, were recently reunited with their family.
The pair managed to escape after two and a half years of suffering at the hands of ISIS to the safety of Dohuk.
However, the years of captivity have caused unimaginable damage to Matu, who now “plays” suicide bomber.
Waheda's son was trained by ISIS to use weapons
His mother told reporters: "They have tormented my son at the front, trained him to use weapons and as punishment imprisoned him in cages."
Matu and his mother are Yazidis – an ethnic Kurdish religious community that combines aspects of Islam, Christianity, Judaism and Zoroastrianism.
Because of this, they are seen as heretics in the eyes of radical ISIS fighters, who have killed, captured and enslaved thousands of Yazidis.
It is estimated that there are currently around 3,000 Yazidi women currently the hands of ISIS jihadists in the beleaguered city of Mosul alone.