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A New Book .. Night of Zina's Escape

The fourth book by Yezidi writer Khalid Ta'alou about the crime of the occupation of Shingal and the tragedy of the Yazidis on August 3, 2014 was published, which is about a Yazidi woman survivor and her escape from ISIS. The book is entitled "Laylat Hurwb Zina" which means "Night of Zina's escape" and it is in Arabic.

 

Writer Khaled Ta'alou said in a statement to PUKmedia on Sunday: "The book documents the journey of Zina, her son Ajan and her brother as they were caught by ISIS organization and the difficulties they faced until they were rescued from ISIS hell, and her return to her family," adding that, "Zina spent three years, six months and 16 days in ISIS hell and she was subjected to the worst methods of psychological and physical torture on the hands criminals of ISIS organization, and she returned to talk about her difficult journey and her escape from the clutches of terrorism."

 

"The book documents the memoirs of a Yezidi woman from Kujo named Zina Ismail Khadida " 28 years", and the stages of psychological and physical torture she suffered on the hands of the terrorists", pointing out that "Zina recounts the killing and kidnapping of more than 1,200 in the village of Kujo."

 

The book is the writer's fourth book about the Yazidi women survivors, "Laila wa Leyali Al Aalam" which means "Laila and nights of pain" is one his previous books which he wrote in Arabic, then later translated to Kurdish, English and Latin, which received the Mother Teresa Prize for Peace and Equality. 

 

 

 

 

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