Yezidi girl kidnapped by ISIS in 2014 found in Dayro Zcuro (Deir ez-Zor) in North and East Syria

NORTH AND EAST SYRIA — The Yezidi House of North and East Syria’s Committee of Abductees was able to reach a Yezidi girl from Shengal (Sinjar) named Ziri who was being held by the Islamic State (ISIS) in Dayro Zcuro (Deir ez-Zor).

The girl was kidnapped in 2014 and was released through the work of the Internal Security Forces (ISF) of North and East Syria.

The 25-year-old girl reportedly suffered all kinds of injustice until she was able to communicate with her family and explain her condition and her desire to return to them.

After learning of the situation, the Committee of Abductees was able to contact her and free her with the help of local security forces in Dayro Zcuro.

To date, 409 Yezidis, mostly children and women, have been liberated. Some 1,800 Yazidis are still missing.

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