It is because he owes it to the dozens of Kurdish Yezidi women he has spoken to regularly who were captives of the Islamic State that Kurdish journalist Khidher Domle says he wrote down their stories into a book.
His book, The Black Death, has been published to coincide with the first
anniversary of the occupation of the Yezidi region of Shingal by ISIS
on August 3, 2014. It paints the “tragedy of Yezidi women in the grip of
ISIS,” according to its subtitle.
Among journalists in the Kurdistan Region, Domle is one of the most
active on the issue. He is a Yezidi himself, and offered shelter to
thousands of his people who fled ISIS from the Sinjar region last year.
He set up a team to organize and manage a relief initiative in his
village Sharya near Duhok.
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