I will quote only selected portions of this article because of the extreme brutality discussed in other parts.
"There are few therapists working today in Iraq, where mental health is a
low priority in a country battling the jihadists of Islamic State, or
ISIS. But in a nondescript apartment in this Kurdish city nestled in the
mountains of northern Iraq, German psychologist Jan Ilhan Kizilhan runs a clinic for women who are victims of ISIS..."
"...Mr. Kizilhan’s solution is to bring 1,000 of the severest cases to
Baden-Württemberg, in southwest Germany, for a period of intensive
treatment. The €95 million ($100 million) “preventative asylum” project
is funded by the Baden-Württemberg state government. For Mr. Kizilhan,
himself a Turkish-born Yazidi who immigrated to Germany at age 6, it’s
Islamic State doesn’t see Yazidis like him as human.
a scientist you learn that ideology can blind people,” he says. “In the
morning they rape children, and at night when they go home they’re
loving fathers and husbands.” To treat ISIS as just another al
Qaeda-style terror group, he warns, is to ignore the “Nazi-like,”
genocidal evolution of its Islamist worldview.
On each of his
visits to Iraqi Kurdistan, Mr. Kizilhan interviews dozens of women to
identify those most in need of evacuation. Most are Yazidis and
Christians, with smaller numbers of Shiite Muslims. He is now close to
the program’s head-count limit, forcing him to make wrenching decisions
as the women take him on a tour of the depths of Islamic State
For the ISIS jihadists, slavery and the attendant
sexual violence are intended to shatter non-Muslim societies. It is a
family enterprise, with fighters’ female siblings and legitimate wives
helping control slaves."
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Online there is one site I found that seems legitimate and that has links to help the Yazidi and others: