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Years after the start of the genocide on the Yazidi, more than 200 000 people are still displaced in Iraqi camps.
Many of them are women and children. Khairi Murad is the sister of Nobel Peace Prize winner, Nadia Murad. This is her story.
More than 5 000 Yazidi were executed by ISIL
between 2014 and 2016.
Many of the women who were taken as slaves made several attempts to escape.
I pray to God for justice.
In 2021, more than 200 000 Yazidi are still living
in refugee camps in Iraq.
See the full interview or explore a Yazidi refugee camp in 360°
What is “genocide” according to the UN Genocide convention?
Who are the Yazidis?
Why was the ISIS massacres recognized as genocide on the Yazidi?
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