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Amnesty International says kids of the Yazidi religious and ethnic minority who endured ruthless captivity at the hands of the Islamic State group in Iraq are suffering serious physical and psychological health issue.
Numerous Yazidi children were killed when IS overran their homeland in 2014.
Nearly 2,000 understood to have made it through are not getting the care they require.
Amnesty says the kids have been all but abandoned and remain in desperate need of long-term support.
When IS stormed into their ancestral heartland in northern Iraq, the Yazidis fled to Mount Sinjar. Lots of were eliminated and some 7,000 women and ladies were seized and shackled. Much of them were raped.
Some of the young boys lost limbs in battle, while some women who were raped may never have the ability to have children. Amnesty is requiring enslaved Yazidi ladies who had the infants of IS fighters to be transplanted with their children abroad.
Based on dozens of interviews in northern Iraq, the report says kid survivors are struggling with “disabling long-term injuries,” along with trauma, mood swings, and flashbacks.
Education is scarce in displacement camps where 10s of thousands of Yazidis are still stuck.
Yazidi females required to marry IS fighters are also having a hard time to handle the psychological injuries.
” I desire to tell [our neighborhood [and everyone on the planet, please accept us, and accept our children … I didn’t desire to have a child from these individuals. I was forced to have a son,” 22- year-old Janan informed Amnesty.
Lots of Yazidi ladies were separated from their children when leaving the final IS fortress in Syria.
” We have actually all considered eliminating ourselves, or tried to do it,” said Hanan, a 24- year-old Yazidi whose daughter was taken from her.
Amnesty stated mothers must be reunited with their kids completely.
” These women were shackled, tortured and subjected to sexual violence. They must not suffer any further punishment,” said Matt Wells, deputy director of Amnesty’s crisis action group.
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