A hostage murdered by ISIS in Iraq was reportedly fed to his own mother by the terror group when she traveled to the place he was being held and demanded to see him.
The Daily Mail reports that when Yasir Abdulla, from West Yorkshire in the UK, decided to travel to Iraq to fight ISIS, he purchased an army uniform for $150 online before getting on a plane and flying to Kurdistan to fight the Islamists.
On his arrival, Abdulla joined a large group of Kurdish and Peshmerga fighters already in place and battling ISIS forces.
Having stayed safe, Abdulla returned to the UK recently and told The Sun in Britain that he witnessed an elderly Kurdish woman, whose son had been snatched by ISIS and held prisoner in Mosul, Iraq, arrive at the ISIS base, demanding to see her son.
What happened next beggars belief, as Abdullah explained to reporters,
“She was determined to find her son and went to ISIS headquarters and asked to see him. The ISIS men told her to sit down because she had travelled a long way and said she should have some food before they took her to meet her son. They brought her cups of tea and fed her a meal of cooked meat, rice and soup. She thought they were kind. But they had killed him and chopped him up and after she finished the meal and asked to see her son they laughed and said ‘You’ve just eaten him.'”
Abdullah also spoke of other shocking ISIS atrocities in Iraq, recounting how the group terrorized locals by threatening to kidnap them and bury them alive if they failed to surrender to ISIS.
Abdullah added that captured prisoners are often killed by being thrown onto a “human bonfire” and burned alive.
Abdulla, who is a father of four, said he is determined to return to Iraq soon to help his Kurdish brothers in their fight against ISIS, which has proved to be a formidable and barbaric force in the region.