ISIS allegedly selling organs to fund terror; UN being asked to investigate

The barbarism of the Islamic State knows no bounds.

So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the Iraqi ambassador to the United Nations has requested that the Security Council look into allegations that the terror group is harvesting and selling organs from its victims’ bodies to finance its savagery, the Associated Press Reported.

“We have bodies. Come and examine them,” Ambassador Mohamed Alhakim told reporters. “It is clear they are missing certain parts.”

He also claimed that several doctors have been executed for refusing to participate in the organ-harvesting scheme.

Outgoing U.N. Iraq envoy Nikolay Mladenov told the council that 790 people in the embattled nation were murdered by terrorism and armed conflict just in the month of January.

He also noted that reports are increasing that the group is financing its terror operations through organ harvesting.

He added that the most important goal for Iraq is to regain the territory gained by ISIS in the past year.


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