This article was written by a Turkish woman who has earned the wrath of her community by criticizing Islam. Here she writes about the way the Netherlands is repatriating ISIS women from the Middle East while Yazidi and Kurdish women suffer. Her words are probably causing another stir in the Turkish community.
The translated article:
Lale Gül: The Netherlands Gives Yazidi women a kick
Women who left to the ISIS Caliphate are welcomed back to the Netherlands together with their children. While the victims of the ISIS atrocities, such as the Yazidis and Kurds, look on with sorrowful eyes. Imagine that, argues writer Lale Gül, in an article for EW Podium.
Just imagine: You are not Dutch, but a Yazidi woman, a member of a small religious minority in the Sinjar region in NW Iraq. Five years ago, your habitat was overrun by the Islamic State; your community was enslaved, gagged, subjugated, and humiliated. Fathers, brothers and sons were beheaded in cold blood before your eyes and those of other women. Their bodies rot away in 73 mass graves in the area. Daughters, sisters, and mothers, such as yourself are either raped, or turned into slaves, or both.
Raped women bear children begotten by ISIS terrorists
As a result, you, the raped women together, after years-long mistreatment, bear children begotten by the ISIS terrorists that you have not since seen. Pretty gruesome, isn’t it?
The trauma is not yet over: Then you have to leave your children behind en masse in a camp that you will never visit again because, at the same time, they are also children of the enemy whom the clergy of your community will not accept. If you don’t leave them behind in one or another miserable orphanage, you are no, longer welcome. It is believed in your village that a child by birth automatically has the religion of the father and who is in this case a (rather extreme) Muslim: That is not allowed. After leaving the child, see how your conscience is soothed.
Moreover, half of the women from your community can no longer be found.
Or imagine that you are not a Yazidi woman, but a Kurd. One with a deceased brother, father or son, murdered by an ISIS terrorist.
According to Yazidi women, ISIS women are worse than their men
Now imagine that the women from the Netherlands who, as spouses of this beastly system, eagerly and willingly facilitated these inhumane conditions, were themselves worse than the male terrorists, to which many Yazidi women have testified to Dutch journalists. Imagine that you read and hear that these same women want to return to Europe, now that they have lost the war and are calling on the Netherlands to at least give their children a future.
Imagine that they automatically get a Dutch lawyer who fights in their interest and invokes their rights. Imagine that after the above-mentioned beatings, you had to give up your children in a camp and that their children were awaiting a safe and healthy future in the Netherlands. Imagine that you read in the media that it is quite difficult to prove which punishable acts they have committed because nothing is documented, all the evidential material is destroyed, and they will probably get a light punishment, and after a short while, will be able to resume a safe life in Northwestern Europe, as if nothing had happened, until a new caliphate is established. And, if not, then they can always earn Paradise with an attack or by inciting an attack. More roads to Mecca.
Ilham B. has no remorse
Now imagine that the Netherlands has taken back one Ilham B. with her children, who publicly and shamelessly screams from the rooftops that she has no remorse for her deeds and that the trip to the Caliphate “has formed her in a positive manner.”
Just imagine that.