Ghazala’s Story: Whether We Live Or Die, The Important Thing Is To Escape

We stayed on our feet while they looked for the ones who were pretty, those with a nice body, or pretty eyes, or pretty hair, or a pretty face. They would take them, rape them, and pass them on to others.”

This is one of the terrifying memories that 28-year-old Ghazala, a Yazidi woman from Sinjar in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, has of her ordeal in Islamic State captivity.

  • Sir Roderick Spode

    So where are the Handbag Hit Squad? “Calling all Anita Sarkeesians we have a microagression in progress! “….” Stand down Sisters, repeat stand down. Game Stations confirmed operational. This is not a First World Problem”