The file photo shows a displaced Izadi girl living in an unfinished building outside the town of Dohuk, in Iraq’s Kuridistan region.
(Excerpts from PressTV, 16 April 2015)
Izadi (Yazidi) women (11) and girls (9), released statements after they escaped from the Daesh’s captivity, in the northern town of Dohuk, in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, in January and February 2015.
In August, 2014, the ISIL (ISIS-DAESH) terrorist gangs took several thousand Izadi civilians into custody in the northern Iraqi province of Nineveh, separated the girls and women from their families, and transferred them to different strongholds of the terrorist group in Iraq and neighboring Syria.
DAESH is holding the Izadi captives in multiple locations across northern Iraq, including Mosul, Tal Afar, Tal Banat, Ba’aj, Rambusi, and Sinjar, and in areas it controls in eastern Syria, including Raqqa and Rabi’a.
They had been forced to marry the Takfiri militants, sold several times, and…
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