Nadia Murad’s efforts to raise awareness of the genocidal tactics employed by ISIS against the Yazidi community have brought her international notoriety, and last week, she became the second youngest ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Nadia Murad, the Yazidi girl who escaped ISIS' after they sexually abused her and murdered her family, won the Nobel Peace Prize among 331 candidates from around the world. Since her escape, Murad has raised awareness on ISIS' violence towards women and minorities.
Zarifa, an Afghan mother of three recollects the day that the local ISIS group to her village, demanded money, and threatened to kill her family. According to observers, even by the bloody standards of the Afghan war, Islamic State has gained an unmatched reputation for extreme brutality.