Syria - Yezidi girl tells her kidnapping story by ISIS after she left Al-Hol camp

Al-Antariya Village - North of Al-Hasakah - Syria 05/08/2020 The Yazidi girl, Sahira Qasim Jasim, 27 years old, tells the story of her kidnapping with her 3 children by ISIS operatives in the village of Tal Al-Banat in Sinjar district in Iraq in 2014, and her suffering after she left the al-Hol camp east of the city of Al-Hasakah to live with a Yezidi family in the village of Antariya, north of the city, until she recovers her memory and prepared to meet her family,  until the closed Semalka border crossing is opened due to precautionary measures to prevent the outbreak of the Coronavirus in the region, to be delivered to the Yazidi Council in Sinjar / Shankal, Iraq, Sahirah says that the scene of selling them as slave-woman and wives to ISIS operatives in Raqqa does not depart from her imagination, as well as placing them in Al-Baghouz camp and living in an underground hole was one of the most difficult moments in her life.

Additional Info

  • Date: Wednesday, 05 August 2020
  • Duration: 03:56
  • Copyright: arab24.com@2018
  • Source Format: HD
  • Audio: NATURAL
  • Locations: Al-Antariya Village - North of Al-Hasakah - Syria
  • Source: A 24
  • Topics: Syria - Yezidi girl tells her kidnapping story by ISIS after she left Al-Hol camp

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