Ashraq Haji Hamid was just 14 when she was abducted by ISIS, separated from her family, and sold on for 100 dollars as a sex slave.
Five years later, she bravely confronts the man who bought her and violently raped her “several times a day” and demanded answers from the ISIS rapist who couldn’t look her in the face during the entire confrontation.
“Why did you do that to me?” she asked in a video filmed by Iraqi TV, demanding that he raise his head to face her. “You’ve destroyed my life. You took everything from me. Everything I dreamed of.”
“I was the age of your son, the age of your daughter,” she continued, before eventually fainting and collapsing to the ground in front of her handcuffed captor.
Thousands of Yazidi men were executed and Yazidi women and girls were sold as sex slaves when Isis militants attacked Sinjar and neighbouring towns in early August 2014.
The interview was recorded by the Iraqi National Intelligence Service and was broadcast on Al-Iraqiya news channel on 26 November 2019.
Watch the video below.
— RT (@RT_com) December 4, 2019