A SEX SLAVERY OF ISIS 2014 ,,, NOBEL PEACE PRIZE WINNER ,,, NADIA MURAD,,,.
Nobel Prize winner – Nadia Murad-A Sex Slavery Of ISIS 2014
The Prize gave to both Dr Denis Mukway , and Nadia Murad .Nadia Murad , South Iraq 25 th age Nadia belongs to Yazid communities, both have achieved for fight against Sexual violence . Dr Denis as a Gynecologist, affected by militants, she served to sacrificed but Nadia has another notorious life story. She had kidnapped from her village by ISIS militants. From the Economist magazine Nadia had been giving her statement,---------
Born in 1993, at the time Nadia was 21 years, she had nothing knowledge about Islamic religion except her high school study how far she had become a history teacher and makeup artist, instead her life was brutally torn apart by militants intent on ridding Iraq of all Yazidi s .She eventually escaped to Mosul where a Muslim family helped her obtain fake Islamic identification that enabled her to escape ISIS territory.
Her ordeal began 3 Aug 2014, after ISIS militant arrived at her village of KOCHO in Iraq Kurdistan. Her mother and six of her nine brothers and step brothers were executed, while many of unmarried women in the village were taken as sex slaves and passed around the militants.
U N recognized , when ISIS militants attacked her village in northern Iraq, they first killed many of the older woman and men in her community, including her mother and six of her brothers and step brothers, before busing her to Mosul, where she and the other young woman and children abducted along with her , where brutalized as sex slaves. Murad eventually escaped, only to recount her suffering again and again. She underlines that her abduction was no “spontaneous decision made on the battle field by a greedy solider “ ISIS planed it all, even its propaganda magazine discussed sex slaves to lure new recruits. This was part of a military strategy against Yazidi s ultimately aimed at eliminating them together.
The fact that the peace laureates came from two different nations underlines that this problem has been widespread, from Rwanda to Myanmar . And the fact that the prize is shared by a man and woman underlines that both sexes have been victims, and both must work together to end the use of rape as a weapon of war.
CNN----- Nadia Murad
Joint winner of the 2018 Nobel peace prize, is a Yazidi human rights activist and survivor of sexual slavery at the hands of ISIS in Iraq.
She has used her traumatic experience--- kidnapped, enslaved and raped by ISIS fighters in Mosul in 2014, to become an advocate for the Yazidi minority in Iraq and for the wider issues of refugees, and woman’s right.
Previous interview with CNN--- Nadia Murad ..... She recalled the horrors of august 2014- nearly 6500 woman and children from the Yazidi were abducted and about 500 people from the community were killed during the day. For eight month they separated us from our mothers and our sisters and our brothers, and some of them were killed and others disappeared .
CNN Nadia Murad , joint winner of the 2018 Nobel peace Prize ,, is a Yazidi human rights activist and survivor of sexual, slavery at the hands of ISIS in Iraq.
Last report to the United Nations Security Council from 23 March 2018 on conflict related sexual violence. The secretary General expresses a renewed and deep concern over the use of sexual violence by violent extremist group. The report documents that sexual violence is used as recruitment strategy to extremist groups. it is used as a way to terrorize population and making them flee, it is directly ordered in military, Sexual violence is part of conservative sexual ideologies against woman and sexual minorities, ISIL, and BOKO HARAM s use of sexual violence against young girl are examples of this new and intensified use of sexual violence. Committing acts of sexual violence is cheap and has detrimental effects. Conflict related sexual violence is a societal problem and military weapon. Nadia Murad and her experience as a sexual slave to ISIS demonstrated all too clearly that despite intensified efforts to combat conflict related sexual violence.
In 1947 , the independence of India from British colonial rule result in the partition of India by carving out the eastern and north eastern corners of the country which came to be known as East and west Pakistan. with the vast differences of culture and language. Ever the years the west Pakistani Government imposed various administrative , linguistic, military, civil and economical controls. This led to the nine months long liberation war in 1971 leading to the formation of independent Bangladesh. The war left an estimated 200000 woman raped by the Pakistani army and RAZAKARS ( local Bengali collaborators )
Woman had access to abortion ( which was again globally unprecedented in1972 ) or were encouraged to put their children up international adoption. The Government attempted to marry off the “war heroines “ but woman who did not want to marry , demanded training and jobs which were provided by the Government . Women were accepted by their families or lived in women s hostels, working in various government jobs.
The American feminist Susan Brown miller, quoting all these steps of statistics in her 1975 book “ Against our will: Men women and rape”””. Compared the rapes of Bangladesh with the rapes of Chinese woman by Japanese soldiers at Nanjing in 1937 to 1938.
As a young teenager in 1971, I had heard a lot about female university students ,” yours village girl and woman being raped and held captive, effectively forced in to sexual slavery, in the military cantonment , But after the war , very soon, one heard nothing nothing more” said Irene khan , former secretary general of Amnesty International............