A THREE-YEAR-OLD GIRL snatched from the arms of her mother at gunpoint is now deemed permanently missing.

‘There is now no hope’ for Christina
‘There is now no hope’ for Christina

Christina Khader Ebada was taken from her mother by Islamic State militants from a bus outside a primary care centre near Baghdede last August – as reported in HEART OF SUSSEX (Oct-Nov 2014).

The price for children aged 1-9 in the IS slave markets is £107, which is higher than their other categories for ‘women and spoils of war’ – teenagers were £80, down to 40-50 year-olds at just £27, according to Barnabas Fund (as reported in HEART’s last issue).

A spokesman for the Assyrian International News Agency told HEART: “There is now no hope of her recovery. If she is recovered it would be a miracle.”

 Chris Eyte

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