‘ISIS Want to Impregnate Yazidi Women and Smash Our Blond Bloodline': Fears Grow for the 300 Women Kidnapped from Sinjar

Simon Tomlinson and Tom McTague, Daily Mail (London), August 14, 2014

Fears are growing for the 300 Yazidi women reportedly kidnapped by Islamic State fighters last week amid claims they would be used to bear children to break up the ancient sect’s bloodline.

The minority group is originally Aryan and has retained a fairer complexion, blonde hair and blue eyes by only marrying within the community.

Yazidi girl on the Iraq-Syria border. Her family fled ISIS militants.

Yazidi girl on the Iraq-Syria border. Her family fled ISIS militants.

But in a furious bid to convert all non-Muslims, ISIS jihadists have vowed to impregnate the hostages.

Some 45,000 Yazidi refugees have finally been able to escape from Mount Sinjar after U.S. air strikes and a fightback by Kurdish forces appeared to have broken the ten-day siege by Islamic militants.

However, as the women remain trapped, Kurdish militia are calling on Western forces to give them arms rather than plotting rescue missions.

Addressing the kidnapping, Adnan Kochar, chairman of the Kurdish Cultural Centre in London, told MailOnline: ‘The Kurds and Yazidis are originally Aryans. But because the Yazidis are such a closed community they have retained a fairer complexion, blonder hair and bluer eyes. They don’t marry non-Yazidis.

‘ISIS have taken around 300 women from Sinjar to give to jihadists to marry and make pregnant to have a Muslim child. If they can’t kill all Yazidis, they will try to smash the blond bloodline.’

Yazidis at a refugee camp along Turkey's border with Iraq.

Yazidis at a refugee camp along Turkey’s border with Iraq.

According to reports, a small band of Iraqis stranded on the barren mountain top are apparently either too scared or too proud to come down.

U.S. officials claim some Yazidis have indicated to American forces tasked with rescuing them that they see the mountain as a safe haven and were reluctant to leave.

The Yazidis adhere to a 4,000-year-old faith passed down and adapted through the generations by word of mouth and composed of elements of several religions.

But they are unjustly regarded as ‘devil worshippers’ on account of their unusual beliefs, which derive from the ancient faith called Zoroastrianism, the religion of Persia long before Islam arrived.

Successive waves of persecution–they claim to have survived 72 genocides–by the Ottoman Turkish rulers of what is now Iraq, by Saddam Hussein and now by Islamic militants, have reduced the number of Yazidi from millions to an estimated 700,000.

Mr Kochar, who was born in Kurdistan, said his great-grandfather was once a Yazidi, but was forced to convert to Islam during an uprising 150 years ago.

His organisation is collecting aid to send to the Yazidi community.

Mr Kochar’s comments came as Islamic State militants began massing near an Iraqi town 70 miles north of Baghdad in an apparent bid to broaden their front with Kurdish peshmerga fighters, security sources and a local official said.

Jihadist forces have made a dramatic push through the north to a position near Erbil, the capital of the semi-autonomous Kurdish region.

The movement around Qara Tappa suggests they are seeking to grab more territory closer to the capital despite being pounded by air strikes further north at Mount Sinjar.

The ten-day stand-off at the mountain by IS appears to have been crushed after U.S. bomb drops and a fightback by Kurdish forces allowed nearly 45,000 refugees to escape.

But the swelling number of displaced Iraqis has forced the United Nations to declare its highest level of emergency to tackle the humanitarian crisis.

An unnamed security source said Islamic militants were now gathering near Qara Tappa, adding: ‘It seems they are going to broaden their front with the Kurdish fighters.’

Andreas Krieg, a Middle East security analyst at King’s College London in Qatar, said it was likely IS would now focus its resources further south after losing momentum in the north between Mosul and Erbil.

He told MailOnline: ‘It seems that IS has come to a standstill on the Northern Front with peshmerga forces regrouping and the U.S. sporadically eliminating convoys.

‘The massing of troops in Qara Tappa, if confirmed, could be a diversionary move by IS to push against pershmerga forces further south.

‘IS is coming under pressure and they need to show results to fuel their media machine. They certainly want to take over Kurdistan.

‘But that is more wishful thinking than reality. The West will not allow Kurdistan to fall.

‘Nonetheless, IS could make some advances in the South, which for them would be fair enough.’

A U.S. special forces team which flew over the mountain found that only around 5,000 Iraqi refugees remained, tens of thousands fewer than previously thought.

Some Yazidis even indicated to American forces that they saw the mountain as a safe haven and were reluctant to leave, it was reported by the New York Times.

U.S. defence secretary Chuck Hagel said it was now ‘far less likely’ America would undertake a rescue mission.

The declaration of a ‘Level 3 Emergency’ will trigger additional goods, funds and assets to help the displaced, said special representative Nickolay Mladenov, who pointed to the ‘scale and complexity of the current humanitarian catastrophe’.

Mr Hagel said air drops of food and water had sustained the refugees and air strikes on Islamic State (IS) group militants had allowed many to escape.

British Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday revealed Britain had been working on ‘detailed plans’ to airlift up to 30,000 desperate Yazidis from the mountain.

But Government sources told MailOnline that the number of people left stranded was now in the ‘low thousands’.

Britain will now concentrate on getting vital supplies like water and food to up to a million Iraqis that have been driven from their homes.

It was confirmed last night that SAS and SBS troops are already on the ground, supported by specialist signals and reconnaissance forces.

Since June, Iraq has been facing an onslaught by the Islamic State group and allied Sunni militants across much of the country’s north and west.

In recent weeks, the crisis has worsened as the militant fighters swept through new towns in the north, displacing members of the minority Christian and Yazidi religious communities and threatening the neighbouring Iraqi Kurdish autonomy zone.

Tens of thousands of Yazidis fled the advance to take refuge in the remote desert Sinjar mountain range.

The U.S. and Iraqi military have dropped food and water supplies and in recent days Kurds from neighbouring Syria battled to open a corridor to the mountain, allowing some 45,000 to escape.

The UN said it would provide increased support to those who escaped Sinjar and to 400,000 other Iraqis who have fled since June to the Kurdish province of Dahuk.

Others have fled to other parts of the Kurdish region or further south.

A total of 1.5 million have been displaced by the fighting since the insurgents captured Iraq’s second-largest city, Mosul, in June and quickly swept over other parts of the country.

The United States has been carrying out air strikes in recent days against Islamic State fighters, helping fend back their advance on Kurdish regions.

At the same time, Iraq’s central government in Baghdad has been mired in political turmoil, after the president nominated a Shi’ite politician, Haider Abadi, to form the next government, putting him on track to replace embattled prime minister Nouri Maliki.

Mr Maliki said yesterday he would not relinquish power until a federal court ruled on what he called a ‘constitutional violation’ by President Fouad Massoum.

‘Holding on (to the premiership) is an ethical and patriotic duty to defend the rights of voters,’he said in his weekly address to the nation, insisting his actions were meant to ‘protect the state’.

Mr Maliki has grown increasingly isolated, with Iraqi politicians and much of the international community lining up behind Mr Abadi.

Mr Abadi was picked to form a new government that can unite the country in the face of the Sunni militant onslaught, which many say Mr Maliki fuelled by initiating pro-Shi’ite policies that alienated the Sunni minority.

Widespread discontent with Mr Maliki’s rule has reached the point where both Saudi Arabia and Iran–regional rivals often bitterly divided over Iraq–have expressed support for Mr Abadi.

The United States, the European Union and the United Nations have also offered support for new leadership.

In Iran, supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei expressed hope that ‘a government will be formed so that they (Iraqis) can give the necessary and appropriate response to the sedition-makers’.

Qatar’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it hoped Mr Abadi would establish ‘a comprehensive national government that includes all components of the Iraqi people’.

The UN Security Council said it was encouraged by President Massoum’s decision to nominate a new prime minister-designate and urged Mr Abadi to work swiftly to form ‘an inclusive government that represents all segments of the Iraqi population and that contributes to finding a viable and sustainable solution to the country’s current challenges’.

Iraqi troops imposed heightened security in Baghdad on Wednesday.

Tanks and Humvees were positioned on Baghdad bridges and at major intersections, with security personnel more visible than usual as about 100 Maliki supporters rallied at Firdous Square.

At a meeting between Mr Maliki and senior military commanders broadcast on state television, the incumbent premier warned that security forces should not get involved in politics.

He also raised the spectre of further unrest by saying Sunni militants or Shiite militiamen might don military uniforms and try to take control of the streets and ‘make things worse’.

Meanwhile attacks in and near Baghdad killed at least 29 people and wounded scores more yesterday.

A car bomb in eastern New Baghdad killed eight while six people, including four police officers, died when a car bomb struck a checkpoint in western Baghdad.

A bomb at a central market killed five people while two died in a bombing in the commercial Karrada district. A car bomb in the Baiyaa neighborhood killed four and four more died in a mortar attack north of the capital.

The European Union’s 28 foreign ministers will hold an emergency meeting on Iraq tomorrow to co-ordinate their stance on military support for the Kurds and providing humanitarian assistance for those fleeing the fighting.

The EU currently has an arms embargo on Iraq but it provides loopholes for equipment sold or transferred to the Iraqi military or international forces in Iraq.

Sending arms directly to the Kurdish forces without going through Baghdad, however, could be seen as a violation of the embargo–thus the need for a decision by the EU ministers.

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  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    If truth is the first casualty of war, then rape is the last weapon of war.

    • Oil Can Harry

      I can relate to the Yazidi: the Third Worlders invading the West want to smash our bloodline, too.

      • Cid Campeador

        Let’s not forget our home grown Third Worlders.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Islam is a BLACK religion in every sense of the word.

      • Cid Campeador

        Yes. Murder even of your own children, rape and an assortment of other heinous acts.

  • IstvanIN

    This is just further proof of the world-wide war on the White race. A war Bill Clinton, John Boehner, Nancy Pelosi, etc. all support.

  • D.B. Cooper

    I can’t feel sorry for the Yazidi if they’re unwilling to fight. God helps those who help themselves. You can either get down on your knees and pray, or pick up a weapon and fight.
    You’re enemies don’t want to smash the bloodline! If that were true, they would merely kill all of those females. Instead, they want the bloodline to improve their own community.

    • M.

      The problem is that they’re not only outnumbered by Islamic militants -by a lot-, they also don’t have any weapons, whereas the ISIS fighters have managed to acquire sophisticated weaponry. It wouldn’t be a fair fight, and an outright confrontation would just be suicidal for them.

      • DAWNOFNEWDAY

        but if they’re going to be annhilated whether they fight back or not, what have they got to lose? ! We use the same excuses here, even though we outnumber and outgun the blacks/browns. “Oh, it would be illegal, oh we’d get called racists, oh it’s not a concealed carry area, blah blah.” I’m REALLY tired of these excuses from whites!

        • propagandaoftruth

          Yeah, but they’ve somehow managed to survive a long time as they are. As Dhimmi, their existence has be precarious indeed for a long time.

          Of course their whiteness is good reason for Obama/Holder to not want them to really survive. Probably doomed like many other White legacy populations in areas once their homelands.

          Regardless, here’s hoping and praying the Peacock Angel comes through for them against the Satanic Muslim negroes.

    • ATBOTL

      Another stupid schadenfreude comment.

    • captainc

      I am not sure all accusations are true, but I don’t defend them either.

      /watch?v=bCDlHXt8gKM

    • propagandaoftruth

      Perhaps it’s a tattered remnant of my old libtard bleedy heart soul, but…um…
      My heart bleeds for these Folk. I do admit to wanting to rescue them, them and others like them currently endangered, legacy White, even Aryan populations who have somehow managed to maintain a seperateness, a quiet dignity living under threat of the knife for centuries.
      Any genetic befouling seems to me abnegated by their demonstrated spirit of survival. I think the people of the Peacock Angel and other remnant White groups who often show their sepreateness by their membership in religions other than Black Islam, given arms, training, a shred of defensible land…
      Would fight like the Jews to keep it.
      I’d welcome then into our society. Devil worshippers or not – they’re really weird Zoroastrians, by the way, a concept beyond Black Is

  • MekongDelta69

    I’m trying to think of who hates Whites more…

    Blacks, browns, or Mooz-lims.

    I think it’s a toss-up.

    • Mary

      Don’t forget White liberals…

      • propagandaoftruth

        BING BING BING BING!

        First on the gallows in my perfect world. The treacherous deserve less mercy than the enemy-other.

        • Periapsis

          Indeed, if I am dying in a battle and have a traitor and someone else who is openly my enemy, I will kill the traitor with it.

      • DAWNOFNEWDAY

        White liberals hate everyone, even the nonwhites they champion for. They only champion for them for the perks or social status, provided they don’t have to live around them or spend their own money on them.

        • Eddie Lutz

          Liberals, especially white liberals, are either antiChrists, sexual deviants, or welfare parasites (or all three) and these vermin hate whites because white civilization is the only thing preventing the world from descending into their gripping darkness.

        • LHathaway

          I think liberal ‘values’ have triumphed because they allow those who hold them to hurt other people. It’s a kind of bullying. Might over right. That’s just my opinion. It might not be true. Another opinion might be that everything descent and moral has been tied to racism on the way to subverting it and promoting that which is amoral or even evil. Then again, the heart of American’s fear of racism is not just moral correction, it is also based on their physical fear of Blacks .. .

          • propagandaoftruth

            It’s very much like bullying. It is – assumed moral bullying and it’s horrible.

            I’ve especially come to hate the term and mindset known as “progressive”. Great way to puff oneself up morally to commit genocide or something…

            They are odious.

    • anony

      Those you mention are one.

  • http://saboteur365.wordpress.com/ bigone4u

    If American and European whites don’t start fighting back NOW, and fighting back hard and ruthlessly, we are going to end up just like these desert Aryans. Our numbers will continue to shrink until we can be easily rounded up and exterminated by the blacks, Mexicans, and Muslim majority. The Yazidi are us in a few generations. Resist. Fight.

    • http://puzo1.blogspot.com/2010/03/obama-maybe-citizen-of-united-states.html Augur Mayson

      This story itself, about ISIS preparing to rape blonde Yazidi women, was a fake story. More State Department propaganda pushing to justify increased military presence. They weren’t stuck up a mountain. They lived there.

      • https://archive.org/details/MightIsRight_966 Ragnar Redbeard’s Ghost

        I absolutely don’t doubt you. I just need a link to add to my massive collection of red pills ;)

        • http://puzo1.blogspot.com/2010/03/obama-maybe-citizen-of-united-states.html Augur Mayson

          I starred the article again after I made this comment so folks could check it out. It’s an article from blacklistednews, a site that sometimes has articles worth reading and sometimes has articles worth being toilet paper. Then again I don’t see how that’s really any different than any other news outlet nowadays. The article’s title is “Yazidis Weren’t Stranded, Pentagon Looks For Other Missions”.

          • https://archive.org/details/MightIsRight_966 Ragnar Redbeard’s Ghost

            Thanks, bro. I’m building my red pill collection.

    • Ella

      I thought about the Yazidi much like ourselves in the next 50 years. Mountains are excellent natural barriers to invasion as you’ve seen in Switzerland. These people have to be beyond tough to survive that many genocides!

  • journey

    The Yazidi and Kurd original genetic base was of the Adam and Eve descendants (carriers of superior genes). They are a small residual of what was once a distinct racial population refusing to leave their homes. Only Adam and Eve descendants have the light eyes and hair. The second Garden of Eden was in Iraq. This second garden was a huge
    complex. Remnants of it are still buried beneath the sand. From this second garden, Adam and Eve descendants fanned out creating advanced civilizations. The ancient Greeks, India (Aryans), and Egyptians were of these descendants. For the longest time, these descendants were also in Afghanistan. The Caucasoid mummies (Tocharians) found in the Tarim Basin in present day Xinjiang are also of Adam and Eve descendants. About 65% of the descendants migrated to Europe by the way of the Caspian Sea. Present day Denmark was their capital in Europe.

    The present day whites today possess the most of the Adam and Eve genes as shown by their light eyes and hair (physical characteristics) and being the main inventors and innovators on this planet (superior genes). This is one of the main reasons why the white
    gene pool must be protected including the Yazidi.

    These militants are savages to the upmost degree with nothing to offer this planet. Even
    during the times of the second Garden, these savages were constant trouble makers.

    • David Ashton

      A question for you: did the Deluge wipe out every human on earth except Noah and his family? Is this narrative more or less credible as historic fact than a Deity walking in a Garden and talking Reptile?

      • journey

        I hope you are seriously asking. I will assume you are by stating the
        following.

        The wipe out flood story came about by the courtesy of our guests. During their Babylonian captivity, their priests were trying to invent a glorified version of their history by going back to Adam. But it was too
        difficult so they invented Noah and his three sons. By this route they also could trace their lineage to Abraham through Noah’s three sons.

        There was an actual Noah who was a wine maker of Aram, a river
        settlement near Erech. He did build a houseboat because of the annual floods around that area. Eventually, a flood did occur because of unusually heavy rainfall that year. And the whole village was wiped out except for Noah and his family. And Noah has absolutely nothing to do with Abraham. Abraham is another interesting story.

        The story of world-wide flood is a myth harbored by many races. The only time this planet was ever completely covered by water was during the Archezoic ages about 450 million ago. The history of our planet started about 1 billion years ago. And life was implanted here about 550 million ago. Humans appeared about 1 million years ago. The six colored races appeared about 500,000 years ago in the highlands of India. Adam and Eve appeared about 37,848 years ago. They founded the ninth human race known as the violet race. Their physical characteristics are of blue eyes, fair complexion and light hair color – yellow, red, and brown.

        The voice in the first garden was of an archangel, Solonia, who always warned and reminded them of their divine mandate every time they took partook of the fruit of the tree of life. This tree of life was needed for them to be immortal on this planet. This tree of life was left behind in the first garden which the savages destroyed when it was of no benefit to them. One of the divine mandates was not to have intercourse with a mortal which Eve violated. And because Adam could not bear to be on this planet without his mate, he committed the same sin. Cain was the offspring of that forbidden union. Abel was born in the second garden. Cain slew Abel because Abel was always taunting him that Adam was not his father, not “pure”. After Eve committed her folly, they had to leave the first garden which eventually sunk into the sea. Adam and Eve’s default of their mission is a sad tale. If they had not defaulted, they would be here guiding this planet.

        And Madison Grant is very correct in stating in the Siwalik Hills of northern India, may be found fossils telling the story of the transition between man and the prehuman groups. For whatever reason, academia will not explore in that area. Suppose it will blow apart their myth that humans evolved from blacks out of Africa.

  • Cecil Broomsted

    Maybe the fact that the Yazidis have an Aryan bloodline explains Obama’s hesitation at a rescue operation.

    • TruthBeTold

      Yes, the name Aryan can’t be winning over the US, Europeans, the UN and ‘others’.

    • 4321realist

      I had considered that, especially after seeing the distasteful look on his face when he announced aid would be forthcoming to them, and how jubilant he seemed when it was decided they would need no rescue.

      Too bad they couldn’t take the entire remaining 700,000 and relocate them to the US to offset the influx of the third world hordes Obama brought up from the south.

      If that ever happened we could be sure that the Frito Bandito Gutierrez would be beside himself with hysterical shrieking, and the far left white weenies would go ballistic.

    • John R

      YA THINK??!!

  • TruthBeTold

    Will the UN intervene?

    It’s unlikely. Aryans are not a protected people.

    • Periapsis

      If the UN does, they would intervene on the side of ISIS against them.

  • TruthBeTold

    Yes, the photos are heartbreaking.

    This is a TRUE humanitarian crisis but the US will only give refugee status to South Americans.

  • Periapsis

    I wouldn’t blame a white woman who became pregnant as a result of being raped by Muslims or darkies for getting an abortion, abandoning the baby, or killing it.

  • Mahound

    The case of the Yazidis shows the danger in white communities withdrawing from society and isolating themselves in remote areas. You’re allowing yourself to become an easy target in that way when winds change. I can’t help thinking that Orania in South Africa or even some future reclusive mountain towns in Montana could suffer the same fate.

  • LHathaway

    They’re just trying to get them to fight. Work is apparently supposed to be a comparatively easy sacrifice.

  • LHathaway

    Haven’t seen you on here in forever. Where have you been?

  • gemjunior

    Savages.

  • ShermanTMcCoy

    I miss Saddam.

    • propagandaoftruth

      So do most dead and soon-to-be dead Iraqi non-Muslims.

  • ShermanTMcCoy

    A white she should give up for adoption, if she moral qualms abiut abortion. If she was raped, I don’t a problem with her killing it. But as you certainly aware, mixed (especially with black) are often very unhappy and unbalanced individuals, like the current president.

  • Obvious Pseudonym

    The US should have smashed Saudi Arabia after 9/11, not Iraq. Seize the oilfields in the middle of the night, obliterate their “military” before breakfast and put their billionaire princes on the gallows in time for supper. These murderous fanatics get their money and weapons from the gulf despotisms. Why do we keep fawning over these primitives?

    • Whitetrashgang

      Saudi Arabia buys off each president, so no.

  • Augustus3709

    We are all Yazidis.

  • John

    Remember brave heart (film) . Edward Longshanks.” If we can’t get them out we will breed them out”

  • John R

    The physical appearance of these people, with fair hair and blue eyes, kind of shows how White people were once far more widespread around the world than today. I bet much of Central Asia was once a huge White homeland. This is a racial replacement that is seldom discussed.

  • KyraNelson

    Except the Yazidi men will not take any of the 300 women and girls back, pregnant or not. It’s all about “honor,” you see. I heard a Yazidi man say it in an interview on FOX News

    • Periapsis

      To me, the way for those men to redeem their honor, and their womenfolk too is to find, torture then execute these fiends who kidnapped and raped them to start with. Then they should start massacring them and their supporters. Assuming that is they are willing to take up arms and someone supplies and trains them to use them to smash ISIS.

      • KyraNelson

        Fine. But they still won’t take back the women.

  • Obvious Pseudonym

    Back when scientists were allowed to notice those things.. Their racial origins are intriguing; Circassian perhaps? Aryan slaves in the Turkish empire? Descendants of crusaders, or ancient Romans? Or the Celto-Germanic mercenaries who fought for Alexander the Great?? Just like a canny divorced father, I demand DNA-tests before giving too strong a damn ;-)

  • Periapsis

    Read my post again, I said I would not condemn a white woman for aborting, abandoning or killing a baby that was the result of rape at the hands of Muslims or darkies in general. THAT was the fate of many babies born of rape at the hands of invaders and or racial aliens. Often they were left to die someplace.