For the Yazidi Elderly, they survived the ISIS attacked, the dead walk on Mt Sinjar with 120-degree heat, now they are facing the Winter…
Tens of thousands of Yazidis made the 100-mile trek from Mt. Sinjar all the way to the United Nations refugee camp on the northern border.
The war-weary faces of the Yazidis reflect a horrific past, a precarious present, and an uncertain future. Sometimes it spills over and the tears flow. Many of these refugees don’t want to see Iraq anymore.
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