Latest statistics for the victims of the Yazidis

1/8/2019 11:46:00

Office of the rescue of Yazidi abductees revealed the toll of the victims of ISIS terrorists since August 3, 2014.


On Thursday, August 1 of 2019, Khairi Buzani, general director of Yazidi affairs at Ministry of Endowment & Religious Affairs told PUKmedia that the death toll and statistics are approved by the United Nations, including the crimes committed against Yazidis from the beginning of the invasion.


He added: The statistics are as follows:

- The number of Yazidis in Iraq  is about 550,000 people.

- The number of people displaced by ISIS invasion is about 360,000 displaced people.

- The number of martyrs in the first days of the invasion is 1293 martyrs. . .

- The number of orphans as a result of the invasion is about 2745

- The number of mass graves discovered in Sinjar reached 80 mass graves in addition to dozens of individual cemetery sites so far.

- The number of religious shrines  that have been bombed is 68 shrines.

- The number of those who emigrated abroad is estimated at more than (100,000).


- The number of abductees are 6417, including:

Females 3548 

Males 2869


The number of survivors from ISIS's clutch are as follows:

Total: 3509 

Women: 1192

Men: 337

Female children: 1033

Male children: 947


The number of detainees by ISIS:

Female: 1323

Males: 1585



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