On Tuesday, the Directorate General of Yazidi Affairs in the Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs in the Kurdistan Regional Government revealed the statistics of the results of ISIS terrorists’ crimes committed against Yazidis since the third of August 2014.In a statement, the Directorate said: "These statistics are approved by the United Nations," noting that "the number of Yazidis in Iraq was about 550,000 people and the number of displaced since the invasion of ISIS terrorists are about 360,000 displaced people."The statement added: "The number of martyrs in the first days of the invasion are 1293 martyrs, and the number of orphans produced by the invasion were 1759 orphans without fathers, 407 orphans without mothers, 359 orphans without parents, children whose parents were killed by a hand 220", indicating that "the total number of orphans is 2745.”"So far, the number of mass graves discovered in Sinjar is 71 mass graves, in addition to dozens of individual cemetery sites," the directorate noted in its statement, explaining "the number of exploded religious shrines by ISIS terrorists has reached 68.”The statement explained that "the number of those who emigrated outside the country is estimated at 100 thousand Yazidis," pointing out that "the number of abducted is 6417 and 3548 of them are females and 2869 males."The statistics indicated that "the number of survivors from the grip of ISIS terrorists is 3371 in total, including 1165 women, 337 men, 976 female children, and 893 male children.The statistics pointed out that "the number of the remaining displaced is 3046," indicating that 1406 of them are females, and 1640 males.PUKmedia \ Media Office of Ministry of Endowment and Religious Affairs
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