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Preface: Parallel with the military operations Syrian Democratic Forces /SDF/[1] commenced on November 5, 2016 in order to wrest number of cities and towns of Raqqa province from the grip of the Islamic State Organization/ISIS/[2] and the military attacks carried out by the Syrian government supported by pro-foreign militias (Iraqi, Iranian and Afghan) in Deir ez-Zur, dozens of Yazidi kidnapped young girls and families  succeeded to escape ISIS  captivity and reach areas controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces/SDF/ and other areas. On  August 3, 2014, ISIS had stormed the...
  Preface: With the escalation of military operations in Deir ez-Zur province[1] against ISIS[2], and after Syrian Democratic Forces/SDF[3] controlled Raqqa city, and wrested it from the grip of ISIS on  October 20, 2017, many Yazidi women managed to escape from the grip of ISIS and access to different areas, including areas controlled by SDF,  those women who had been held by ISIS for many years, such as Widad Dawood, the  survivor from the village of Kojo, north  Iraq, 33, a mother of four children. However, she managed...
Preface: With the escalation of military operations in Deir ez-Zur province[1] against ISIS[2], and after Syrian Democratic Forces/SDF[3] controlled Raqqa city, and wrested it from the grip of ISIS on  October 20, 2017, many Yazidi women managed to escape from the grip of ISIS and access to different areas, including areas controlled by SDF,  those women who had been held by ISIS for many years, such as Widad Dawood, the  survivor from the village of Kojo, north  Iraq, 33, a mother of four children. However, she managed to...