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A Munich court on Monday 25th Oct 2021 has sentenced a former IS member to ten years in prison for letting a Yazidi slave girl die of thirst.
According to the plaintiffs’ lawyers, the defendant who has said
“found guilty of assisting and abetting crimes against humanity through enslavement, attempted murder and aiding and abetting the war crime of attempted murder by omission.”
It was one of the world’s first war crimes tribunals against the Yazidis, a Kurdish-speaking minority tortured and enslaved by jihadists in Iraq and Syria.
Approximately 10,000 Yazidis were killed in northern Iraq. Enslavement and forced relocation of 7,000 Yazidi women and girls to Iraq and eastern Syria.
For ISIS survivors, especially those who have shared their stories with us Validnewstoday, this commitment means a lot. In addition, our organization has been collecting evidence since the beginning of the Yazidi genocide,” Natia Navrouzov, Legal Advocacy Director of the global Yazidi NGO Yazda, said.
Jennifer Wenisch, 30, could have gotten life in jail for war crimes and murder. Jennifer has joined IS in Syria in 2014 and later married Iraqi national Taha al-Jumailly.
She joined IS’s morality police in 2015, scouring the streets of Fallujah and Mosul to enforce the terrorist group’s dress code and public conduct.
They “bought” a Yazidi mother and her 5-year-old daughter Rania as home “slaves” in Mosul in 2015.
Rania and her mother were held captive for six weeks and “often beaten by the defendant,” according to the plaintiffs’ lawyers.
“The defendant and her spouse compelled the Yazidi mother to do housekeeping and both she and her daughter were forced to pray,” the lawyers added.
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“After the girl got sick and soaked her mattress, the accused spouse chained her outside and let her die of dehydration in the searing sun,” prosecutors claimed.
The judgement in Wenisch’s husband’s separate trial in Frankfurt is due in late November.
Her husband would “push or lock her up” if she tried to save the girl, Wenisch added.
After the girl’s death, the pair held her mother, Nora T., hostage. She testified about her child’s tortures.
But the defense questioned her testimony, claiming there was no proof the youngster died after the incident.
Wenisch told the Sueddeutsche Zeitung she was “made an example of for everything that transpired under IS.”
“It was very painful for me to hear the judgement today,” the child’s mother said Monday. Memories flooded back. After six years, the German court finally found the defendant guilty of my daughter’s death, but no sentence will ever bring her back”.
The arrest of Wenisch, detained in Ankara in January 2016 and extradited to Germany.
But she wasn’t caught until June 2018, when she tried to enter IS-held territory in Syria with her two-year-old daughter.
She told her driver all about her life in Iraq. The latter was an FBI informant in a car with microphones. These tapes were used to indict her.
written by OGE EBUBE