Publication: The New Arab
DUHOK, Iraq- It’s been three years since the Islamic State group attacked her village in the district of Sinjar, but Nadine Naif remembers it like it was yesterday.
The 47-year-old mother of three was in her house in Tel Banat when an IS militant came to their home, pretending that he wanted to help them. “Stay here. In the evening I will come back to take care of you,” the fighter urged them. Continue reading How one Yazidi family was saved from IS by an Arab tribal leader