March 24, 2016

Yazidi Teen Who Escaped from ISIS Captivity Recounts Her Harrowing Experiences

Iraq failed its Ezidi population. It is a failed state, and a hopeless enterprise. Both the corrupt Iraqi army and the corrupt Peshmerga who only fight for salaries were nowhere to be seen when their presence was needed most. They fled numerous battlefields in regular clothes and left vulnerable civilians at the mercy of ISIS. Nobody at the top was held accountable. No cowardly officers and soldiers were executed for their desertions. They reacted like nothing happened.

The only group that showed up to save and defend the Ezidis was the PKK, which is ludicrously designated as a terrorist organization by the world's criminal governments.

Title:  Yazidi Teen Who Escaped from ISIS Captivity Recounts Her Harrowing Experiences. Source:  MEMRITVVideos. Date Published: March 24, 2016. Description: 
Interviewed on the German Deutsche Welle TV, a Yazidi teenager recounted how she and her family had been captured when ISIS attacked her village near Sinjar, Iraq. Pervin - not her real name - who was 15 years old at the time, said that the men, including her father, had been killed by ISIS and that over 5,000 Yazidi girls had been housed together in Mosul, where they had been beaten and sold into slavery. Girls as young as nine years old were raped, she said. Pervin, who tried to kill herself four times, eventually escaped, with the help of other Yazidis. The interview aired on March 22.