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Some people told me she committed suicide." The family keeps the file of missing Yazidis on a mobile phone.
They show it to those who have escaped the caliphate, to find out if anyone has seen her, and to other families looking for a thread of hope they'll see their own missing relatives again.
Mirza Danai, founder of the German-Iraqi aid organization Luftbrucke Irak, said in the last two or three months, escape has become more difficult and dangerous.
"They register every slave, every person under their owner, and therefore if she escapes, every Daesh control or checkpoint, or security force - they know that this girl ...
Her price has reached ,500 and she will be sold soon." The posting in Arabic appeared on an encrypted conversation along with ads for kittens, weapons and tactical gear.
Inside an immaculately kept tent in a displaced persons camp outside the northern Iraqi town of Dahuk, Nazdar's mother said her daughter managed to call once, six months ago. She said she was in Mosul," said Murat, referring to Iraq's second-largest city.
"Every time someone comes back, we ask them what happened to her and no one recognizes her.
Their pre-war population in Iraq was estimated around 500,000. Nadia Mourad, an escapee, has appeared before the U. Congress and the European Parliament to appeal for international help. Both Facebook-owned Whats App and Telegram use end-to-end encryption to protect users' privacy.
"Daesh is proud of what it's done to the Yazidis," she said to Parliament. Both have said they consider protecting private conversations and data paramount, and that they themselves cannot access users' content.Like the Bible, some passages of the Quran implicitly condone slavery, which was widespread when the holy book emerged.