68 Iraqi Christian women remain in ISIS captivity

SHAFAQNA – A total number of 68 Christian women remain in ISIS captivity since the terrorist group attacked northern Iraq in 2014.

Ayad Kakayi, a volunteer lawyer who works at the Iraqi criminal court on the case of ISIS atrocities against Kurds, said that they have also recorded the destructions brought by ISIS to Christian holy locations in the Nineveh Plain.

“We attend the annual conference of the International Criminal Court to present reports on abuses against the minorities in Iraq, including the atrocities carried out against Christians,” Kakayi said.

In mid-2014, thousands of ISIS terrorists stormed into Iraq and seized control of a vast area in the north and west of the country, carrying out massacres against civilians and destroying their holy sites.

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