Years after a brutal ISIS attack, Yazidi survivors are still trying to rebuild their lives
Seven years ago an attack from the Islamic State forced 100,000 Yazidis to flee their homes in northern Iraq to Mount Sinjar, where they were trapped for days. What is life like for the survivors?
Thousands of Yazidis have been massacred by by ISIS. But many feel the exhumation process is not being taken seriously. 'The government does not care. Folks still don’t know whether their kids are still alive, dead, or buried somewhere', says one survivor. Another survivor, Khalil Murad Mchu, is one of many who returned home from a Mount Sinjar camp to a razed building: 'I have no future here. We can’t get our old life back again'.FULL SYNOPSIS