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BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - April 9 / April: uncovered by Human Rights Watch, for continuing violations committed by (Daash), right Alaesideat for the duration of their families to the organization, indicating that the girls have been subjected to intense pressure on their dress andtheir freedom of movement in areas controlled bythe organization.
The organization said in a report that he "was aninterview 21 Sunni Arab woman from Hawija area in January and February last two and 15 women and girls from the Yazidi minority, fled are all controlled zones (Daash), and most of them fled in late 2015 , " indicating that " the interviews revealed from exposure to torture, trafficking inthem between the elements Daash, also showed a systematic restrictions violate the rights of women and girls Iraqis others, and severely limits freedom of movement and access to health care and education, in the areas under the control of the organization areas. "
The organization added that "many Alaesideat - abducted by Daash mid - 2014 spoke of the organization on how to turn them forcibly to Islam and their employment in sexual slavery and sold and paid in the slave markets and mobility between up to four elements of Daash", noting that it "has documented rape and systematic for women Alaesideat and girls for the first time in early 2015. "
And it showed the organization , citing researcher emergency relevant to women 's rights Skye Wheeler as saying that "the longer Alaesideat women with families (Daash) increased rigors of life on them, have been subjected to the sale and purchase and for the brutal rape and separation from their children. The Daash restrictions on women by Sunni, Vqtathn for normal life and services almost entirely. "
The organization added that "Sunni women who are interviewed by Human Rights Watch fled from areas under the control of(Daash), since June 2014, west of the province of Kirkuk, and Ovdn on areas controlled by the Kurdistan Regional Government forces talked about severe restrictions on their dress and freedom of movement in areas under Daash" .
The news organization , citing officials of the Kurdistan Regional Government , said that "Daash fighters in Iraq and Syria arecontinuing to detain some 1,800 women and Yezidi girl kidnapped , " indicating that it " has been unable to confirm these statistics, but the United Nations reported that Aesideon officials estimates suggest that there are up 3,500 people had been held for the families of Daash until October 2015. "
Organization and pointed out that "violations against women and girls Alaesideat include the abduction of women and girls practices and turn them forcibly to Islam and marry them Jabra elements (Daash) are part of the acts of genocide against theYazidis, and women reported that members of Daash they took their children , women, and abused physically to them and forced them to Prayer fired or Muslim names on them. "
And the movement of the Organization for Wheeler as saying that "Daash attacks on women and girls , particularly Alaesideat, created new and terrifying crisis for women and girls in the region , " indicating that "the means available to theGovernment of Iraq to help these women, change laws and policies to improve the protection of all women subjected to rape."
Estimates by Human Rights Watch , "welcome the Kurdistan Regional Government , hundreds of thousands of Iraqis displaced from other areas to stay under its protection in the Kurdistan region," the follow - up , "but practices such as forcing displaced people forced to live in a camp in breach of the United Nations Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement, which stipulates that the citizens of the state , freedom of movement and the right to live wherever they want. "
The report also pointed out that " the United Nations agency for refugees, which manages Nzeraoh camp, I asked the Kurdish authorities to remove restrictions are not consistent with any legitimate considerations, including those related to security."
The Daash seized the town of Sinjar , west of Nineveh, inhabited by the Yazidi sect, and kidnapped hundreds of men, women, girls and children.
Reports indicate that the abducted men were killed, as was the use of women for sale and purchase of sexual slavery, the workof the organization on the exploitation of children in their training to fight, within the formations. Q ended