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ISIS FREED 200? YAZIDIS

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Post  Admin on Sun 18 Jan 2015, 10:39 pm

ISIS FREED 200? YAZIDIS
Isis mysteriously releases hundreds of Yazidis in Iraq after five months of 'abuse and neglect'
Kurdish authorities took in the former captives after they were found dumped at a bridge near Irbil
ADAM WITHNALL  Author Biography   Sunday 18 January 2015


The Isis militant group has released at least 200 elderly, ill or very young members of the Yazidi religious community in a move that has surprised fighters on the front line in Iraq.

The former prisoners were received by the Kurdish Peshmerga after they were dropped off at a bridge near the regional capital of Irbil.

The motive for their release after five months in the hands of Isis, also known as “Islamic State”, remains unclear, and comes after a campaign of persecution that has seen more than 50,000 of their people displaced.

 Iraqi Yazidi women waiting at a checkpoint in Kirkuk after their release by the Isis militant group 

The 200 men, women and children are now being cared for and questioned about their experience by the Kurdish authorities in Kirkuk.

One elderly Yazidi man told the AFP news agency they thought that when militants ordered them onto buses they were being taken away for execution.

Khodr Domli, a leading Yazidi rights activist, told the agency: "Some are wounded, some have disabilities and many are suffering from mental and psychological problems."

Kurdish security forces help people from the minority Yazidi sect, on the outskirts of Kirkuk January 17, 2015 Kurdish security forces help people from the minority Yazidi sect, on the outskirts of Kirkuk January 17, 2015 Peshmerga General Shirko Fatih, who leads the Kurdish forces in Kirkuk, said almost all the freed prisoners were of poor health, bearing signs of abuse and neglect. Their number included three young children.
General Fatih speculated that the militants may have released the prisoners because they had become too great a burden.
Isis freed around 200 members of Iraq's Yazidi minority, delivering them to safety in the country's Kurdish north (Reuters) Isis freed around 200 members of Iraq's Yazidi minority, delivering them to safety in the country's Kurdish north (Reuters) “It probably became too expensive to feed them and care for them,” he said.
In August, tens of thousands of Yazidis fled to the Sinjar mountains after Isis began rounding up all members of the religious minority, killing the men of fighting age and taking women as slaves.
Iraq crisis: Yazidi nightmare on Mount Sinjar Photo SLIDE
Some remain there, though a Kurdish advance last month broke the Sinjar siege and drove Isis back in northwestern Iraq. Estimates from within the Yazidi community suggest around 3,000 are still being held as prisoners.

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