Victim demands justice


Tana Cleveland

Nadia Murad, Yazidi women who was kidnapped as a sex slave for ISIS, is demanding justice against the brutal regime. Murad brought her argument to the UN and Iraqi government that an investigation be held. On August 3, 2014, Murad’s village was attacked, nearly 6,500 women and children were abducted and about 5,000 people were killed – all in one day.

For eight months they were separated from their families, some killed, some disappearing  completely. Murad’s family was executed and Nadia was taken as a slave.  Murad told her story to the courts, but none have been willing to take action against ISIS yet.