In London, people walking the streets witnessed an emotionally gripping performance that is sure to leave an impression on their mind about ISIS brutality.
The scene, which was played out by Kurdish activists, is one that takes place everyday within the Islamic State: the selling of sex slaves.
IJReview had the opportunity to speak to Karam Kruda (the man with the megaphone in the video) about why he did it:
"I'd just like to say that the idea behind the event was initially from my friend Ari Murad- the videographer. We wanted to shock people into awareness by bringing onto the streets of London what happens in the Islamic State daily.
We wanted them to see how ISIS is bringing back practices from centuries ago. In reality, the barbaric nature of their actions and why it so desperately needs to be kept from spreading.
When women are sold like poultry in a bazaar it is inhumane and tear-jerking. Many of the girls managed to call their families on mobile phones whilst in the brothels and said please, please bomb us. When you hear about instances like that, you just want the world to feel it too."
One thing is for sure about Kruda's video: it definitely has the desired effect of making you feel for these girls and women. It makes you want to do whatever you can to help save them from the evil that is ISIS and sex slavery.