A WOMAN held captive as an ISIS sex slave has revealed her harrowing story at the hands of the barbarous terror group.
Nadia Murad, 24, was one of 7,000 Yazidi women and girls snatched by hard-line Sunni Muslim fighters in 2014 in northern Iraq.
Five of her eight brothers and and her mother were slaughtered while the younger girls like her were kept as sex slaves, The Times reports.
Murad has now opened up about her horror ordeal in a new book called The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State published on Tuesday.
She writes: "It never gets easier to tell your story. Each time you speak it, you relive it.
"[But] my story, told honestly and matter-of-factly, is the best weapon I have against terrorism, and I plan on using it until those terrorists are put on trial."
She was abducted aged 21 from the village of Kocho near Sinjar, and given a photo ID handed out among the fighters in case she tried fleeing.
Murad was repeatedly raped, instructed what to wear and made to change her religion.
Chillingly, she says the endless sex attacks just "become your normal day".
In one harrowing account, she explains how she tried escaping by crawling out of a window but was caught by a guard.
Her owner – a high-ranking ISIS judge named Hajji Salma – whipped her and let his sentry, which was made up of six men, rape her until she was unconscious.
Over the next week, Murad was passed to six other men who raped and beat her before she was handed to one man, who wanted to take her to the caliphate in Syria.
She then saw an opportunity to escape and jumped over the garden wall of her captor's house in Mosul before bravely making the decision to knock on a stranger's door for help.
The risk paid off, and she was smuggled to a refugee camp – but others weren't so lucky, and Murad later discovered her enslaved niece had been turned in six times to ISIS by people she had asked for help.
Murad said: "Families in Iraq and Syria led normal lives while we were tortured and raped. They watched us walk through the streets with our captors.
"They let us scream in the slave market and did nothing."
She eventually fled to Germany where she has since become a United Nations goodwill ambassador.
Murad was also presented with a prestigious human rights prize in October.
Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney said she was moved to tears when she heard Murad's story, and has even written the foreword for her book.
Murad now wants to see enslaved Yazidis released and bloodthirsty ISIS extremists prosecuted.
But, more than anything else, she "wants to be the last girl in the world with a story like mine".
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