ISIS document sets price for female Christian slaves


By Mark Ellis

Young woman who managed to escape captivity by ISIS
Young woman who managed to escape captivity by ISIS

A document disseminated by ISIS states the prices set by the terror group to sell kidnapped Christian and Yazidi women and girls.

According to the document obtained by Iraqi News, “The market to sell women and spoils of war has been experiencing a significant decrease, which has adversely affected ISIS revenue and financing of the Mujahideen.”

To counteract this perceived downward price movement, ISIS decided to impose price controls over the sale of women and girls, vowing to execute whoever violates those controls.

The following pricing is established by their decree:

A Christian or Yazidi woman, aged 40 to 50 years…..50,000 dinars ($43)

A Christian or Yazidi woman, aged 30 to 40 years…..75,000 dinars ($64)

A Christian or Yazidi woman, aged 20 to 30 years…100,000 dinars ($86)

A Christian or Yazidi girl, aged 10 to 20 years…… 150,000 dinars ($129)

A Christian or Yazidi female child, aged 1 to 9…….200,000 dinars ($172)

According to the document, it is not authorized for any individual to purchase more than three women or girl slaves; except for citizens of Turkey, Syria or Arabs from the Gulf States.




  1. It is off cource totally sad to see what has become a new kind of slavery. As journalist, I wonder if any journalist in the area where it happens could focus on them, who really buy these girls as slaves. I would be interested to let them be honest to speak about that. We know that ISIS and others tell about the sale, but let us know who the buyers are?????

  2. Interesting. Christians await a return of God foolishly when God expects man to act. Protestant-Christendom you have failed to uphold and now that very heresy –Americanism– is what the world wants to combat the Mohammedan with.

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