Declaration of the number of Yezidi martyrs and abductees

20/7/2019 17:38:00

The Yazidi Abductees Liberation Office released the statistics of the number of Yazidi martyrs and displaced and victims of ISIS terrorists' crimes.


The number of Yazidis in Iraq has reached 550,000, of whom 360,000 have been displaced by ISIS terrorists attacks, the Yazidi Abductees' Liberation Office said in a statement obtained by PUKmedia.


The statement added: The number of martyrs on the first day of the attack of ISIS terrorist organization on the areas of the Yazidis in 2014 amounted to a 1293 people, and the number of orphans as a result of attacks by ISIS terrorist organization amounted to 2745 orphans.


The statement noted that the number of abductees reached 6417, 3548 females, 2869 males, and 3487 of them were freed from the grip of the ISIS terrorist organization.


The statement pointed out that there are 80 mass graves of Yazidi martyrs in Shongal district.






PUKmedia / Kurdsat News


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