More than 1,000 Yazidi Women Receiving Treatment in Germany

More than 1,000 Yazidi Women Receiving Treatment in Germany

Baden-Württemberg State allocated $104 million for the project of treating the sexually abused Yezidi women

AhlulBayt News Agency - More than 1,000 Yezidi women who had been taken as sex slaves by the so-called Islamic State (IS) extremists have been transferred to Baden-Württemberg State in Germany to receive medical treatment, according to German media.

Dr. Jan Ilhan Kizilhan, the German doctor who has treated the Yezidi women, said that some of the girls who were sexually abused by IS insurgents are between 7 and 8 of age.

The German authorities in Baden-Württemberg State allocated $104 million for the project of treating the sexually abused Yezidi women.

The IS militants attacked the Yezidi-majority city of Sinjar on August 3, 2014, killing and displacing thousands of the residents of the city, and took thousands of women as sex slaves and sold them in a slave market.




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More than 1,000 Yezidi women who had been taken as sex slaves by the Islamic State (IS) extremists have been transferred to Baden-Württemberg State in Germany to receive medical treatment, according to German media.

 

Dr. Jan Ilhan Kizilhan, the German doctor who has treated the Yezidi women, said that some of the girls who were sexually abused by IS insurgents are between 7 and 8 of age.

 

The German authorities in Baden-Württemberg State allocated $104 million for the project of treating the sexually abused Yezidi women.

 

The IS militants attacked the Yezidi-majority city of Sinjar on August 3, 2014, killing and displacing thousands of the residents of the city, and took thousands of women as sex slaves and sold them in a slave market.

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