At three, she was stolen by ISIL and sold as a slave. Her family bought her for $12K

Dohuk, Iraq–Hanzad Morat was only three when she was kidnapped by Islamic State. By the time she was released back to her family, two and half years later, she could not remember her own name or native language.

Speaking from a refugee camp in Duhok, the northern Kurdistan region of Iraq, the newly freed six-year-old Yazidi recalls the day Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants captured her family, separated them and sent them to their fates.

  • David Murrell

    Every time I channel surf onto CNN, they are discussing the supposed Russia-Trump connection, to the expense of virtually all other news. The corrupt network even works its hatred of Trump into its promo ads.

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  • Frances

    But our PM doesn’t think they are worthy of being allowed into Canada as refugees.