Another Yazidi woman released from ISIS captivity at Al-Hol camp

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Another Yazidi woman who had been held captive by the ISIS terrorist group was freed by members of the Women's Protection Units (YPJ), in which Yazidi girls also serve. A released woman has been rescued from the notorious Al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria as part of an ongoing security operation.

The internal security forces, in cooperation with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the global coalition, launched an operation against ISIS in the al-Hol camp in late August to remove suspected terrorist cells from the notorious site.

A Yazidi woman hails from the village of Kocho, in the heart of the Yazidi region of Shingal. According to the SDF, she was kidnapped by terrorists during their treacherous offensive into northern Iraq in 2014, when the terrorist group seized Shingal and committed countless atrocities against the Yazidi minority.

“IS members first took us to Mosul and then we were transferred to Raqqa , where we were repeatedly sexually abused, enslaved and sold in slave markets,” the woman told local media and the publication Mlatê êzdî , describing the horrors she and her deaf sister experienced while being sold to various ISIS fighters. It is not yet known how long she was held in the Al-Hol camp.

IS captured Shingal during the conquest of parts of Iraq and Syria in 2014, committing genocide against the Yazidi people. More than 6 thousand Yazidis have been abducted thousands are missing and little has been done to comfort those rescued.

Most of the prisoners are still being held in the Al-Hol camp, according to data obtained by Rudaw Media Network from Khairi Bozani, the former head of the Yazidi affairs department. Located in Hasakah province, the camp is notorious as a hotbed of ISIS and Kurdish and Iraqi authorities describe this vast facility as a "time bomb," stating that the situation in the camp is very dangerous. With information that there are terrorists in the Al-Hol camp and that there are Yazidi women slaves, the state does not take harsh actions against ISIS families living in the camp.

Mlatê ezdî





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Another Yazidi woman released from ISIS captivity at Al-Hol camp

2022/09/0998-1662536277.jpg
Read: 575     12:30     07 Сентябрь 2022    

Another Yazidi woman who had been held captive by the ISIS terrorist group was freed by members of the Women's Protection Units (YPJ), in which Yazidi girls also serve. A released woman has been rescued from the notorious Al-Hol camp in northeastern Syria as part of an ongoing security operation.

The internal security forces, in cooperation with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the global coalition, launched an operation against ISIS in the al-Hol camp in late August to remove suspected terrorist cells from the notorious site.

A Yazidi woman hails from the village of Kocho, in the heart of the Yazidi region of Shingal. According to the SDF, she was kidnapped by terrorists during their treacherous offensive into northern Iraq in 2014, when the terrorist group seized Shingal and committed countless atrocities against the Yazidi minority.

“IS members first took us to Mosul and then we were transferred to Raqqa , where we were repeatedly sexually abused, enslaved and sold in slave markets,” the woman told local media and the publication Mlatê êzdî , describing the horrors she and her deaf sister experienced while being sold to various ISIS fighters. It is not yet known how long she was held in the Al-Hol camp.

IS captured Shingal during the conquest of parts of Iraq and Syria in 2014, committing genocide against the Yazidi people. More than 6 thousand Yazidis have been abducted thousands are missing and little has been done to comfort those rescued.

Most of the prisoners are still being held in the Al-Hol camp, according to data obtained by Rudaw Media Network from Khairi Bozani, the former head of the Yazidi affairs department. Located in Hasakah province, the camp is notorious as a hotbed of ISIS and Kurdish and Iraqi authorities describe this vast facility as a "time bomb," stating that the situation in the camp is very dangerous. With information that there are terrorists in the Al-Hol camp and that there are Yazidi women slaves, the state does not take harsh actions against ISIS families living in the camp.

Mlatê ezdî





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis   #humanrights   #genocideyazidis