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Ars old this life ended Islamic State militants massacred the people of her village executing men who refused to convert to Islam and women too old to become sex slaves Six of Nadia's brothers were killed and her mother soon after their bodies swept into mass graves Nadia was taken to Mosul and forced along with thousands of other Yazidi girls into the ISIS slave tradeNadia would be held captive by several militants and repeatedly raped and beaten Finally she manage Sometimes it is just hard to fathom all the evil in this world The lengths people will go through the horror they will inflict on others for power and creating fear in my view but claiming it is in the name of religion Such clear writing such a heartbreaking story a story that is happening not just in Ira but in other parts of the world now and it seems always somewhere This is Nadia s story but also the story of her family her village in Northern Ira her culture and beliefs as part of the Said community Torn apart murdered abused by ISIS friends family gone girls taken used and traded sexually abused as slavesYet she rebels in small ways trying to keep something of herself intact She is a fighter manages to do what others could not live to tell the world her story write her story make it known to all what she and her people have suffered I admire her greatly and though this is a tough read in places it is a necessary one we who live in this world have a responsibility to witness events such as these To at least even if we haven t the power or means to change nor stop these things from happening we can at least say I can hear youMaps and beautiful pictures of the family she once had are included in the book The map proved very helpful Reiki A Comprehensive Guide just hard to fathom all the evil in this world The lengths people will go through the horror they will inflict on others for power and creating fear in my view but claiming it is in the name of religion Such clear writing such a heartbreaking story a story that is happening not জামশেদ মুস্তফির হাড় just in Ira but in other parts of the world now and it seems always somewhere This is Nadia s story but also the story of her family her village in Northern Ira her culture and beliefs as part of the Said community Torn apart murdered abused by ISIS friends family gone girls taken used and traded sexually abused as slavesYet she rebels in small ways trying to keep something of herself intact She is a fighter manages to do what others could not live to tell the world her story write her story make it known to all what she and her people have suffered I admire her greatly and though this is a tough read in places it is a necessary one we who live in this world have a responsibility to witness events such as these To at least even if we haven t the power or means to change nor stop these things from happening we can at least say I can hear youMaps and beautiful pictures of the family she once had are included in the book The map proved very helpful

SUMMARY The Last Girl My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State

The Last Girl My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State

WINNER OF THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE In this intimate memoir of survival a former captive of the Islamic State tells her harrowing and ultimately inspiring story Nadia Murad was born and raised in Kocho a small village of farmers and shepherds in northern Ira A member of the Yazidi community she and her brothers and sisters lived a uiet life Nadia had dreams of becoming a history teacher or opening her own beauty salonOn August 15th 2014 when Nadia was just twenty one ye This is a 10 star book written by a very brave young woman persecuted by ISIS both the men and the women I wish her health happiness and peace of mind for the rest of her life I had wanted to expand my notes on reading to a proper review but there are many so I just wanted to highlight a few areasI don t understand how ISIS can use Yazidi women they capture as sex slaves when although their ISIS interpretation of the uran says that unbeliever kuffar women can be used as such but not Muslim ones and they forcibly convert them first If they are converted to Islam how can they be called sabiya sex slaves and raped and sold by many men sometimes repeatedly in a dayI also wanted to share this about illegal immigrants into Europe pretending to be refugees when they are really economic migrants I didn t realise the system was so simple from the illegal immigrant side and how easily duped the European Immigration services were There is no thought whatsoever to try to emigrate legally it doesn t even occur to them apparently Other than Jilan the girl he loved he felt like there was nothing for him at home and since he couldn t have her he didn t see the point of staying When a few other men in the village decided they would try to make their way to Germany where a small number of Yazidis already lived Hezni decided to join them We all cried while he packed his bag I felt terrible about him leaving I couldn t imagine home without any of my brothersBefore he left Hezni invited Jilan to a wedding outside Kocho where they could talk without the locals whispering She arrived and separated herself from the crowd finding him He still remembers that she wore white I ll be back in two or three years he told her We ll have enough money to start a life Then a few days before we were to start one of our two yearly fasts Hezni and the other men left KochoFirst they crossed the northern Irai border on foot into Turkey where they slowly made their way to Istanbul Once there they paid a smuggler to take them in the back of a tractor trailer into Greece The smuggler told them to tell the border guards that they were Palestinian If they know you re Irai they will arrest you he said and then he closed the doors to the truck and drove across the borderEasy ehISIS idea of morality stinks not just this sex slave thing but the Christian and Yazidi thing too I cannot understand why anyone would support such a corrupt and murderous regime especially womenAfter ISIS arrived many Christians said that soon there would not be a single one of them left in all Ira When ISIS came to Kocho though I felt envy for the Christians In their villages they had been warned that ISIS was coming Because according to ISIS they were people of the book and not kuffar like us they had been able to take their children their daughters to safety in Kurdistan and in Syria some had been able to pay a fine rather than convert Even those who had been expelled from Mosul without anything at least had been spared enslavement Yazidis had not been given the same chanceAfter the establishment of Israel many Jews were deprived of their property and expelled from Arab lands others fled Is this to be the fate of the Christians too Is it to be as eually unknown as the Jews I think so it is already happening view spoilerPlease do not write pro Palestinian anti Israeli stuff in comments or fake friend reuests if you have to hide behind anonymity This is not about that situation and in any case I am not anti Palestinian If anything I m anti religion especially those that suppress women hide spoiler Gloom Town just twenty one ye This is a 10 star book written by a very brave young woman persecuted by ISIS both the men and the women I wish her health happiness and peace of mind for the rest of her life I had wanted to expand my notes on reading to a proper review but there are many so I uinze dias just wanted to highlight a few areasI don t understand how ISIS can use Yazidi women they capture as sex slaves when although their ISIS interpretation of the uran says that unbeliever kuffar women can be used as such but not Muslim ones and they forcibly convert them first If they are converted to Islam how can they be called sabiya sex slaves and raped and sold by many men sometimes repeatedly in a dayI also wanted to share this about illegal immigrants into Europe pretending to be refugees when they are really economic migrants I didn t realise the system was so simple from the illegal immigrant side and how easily duped the European Immigration services were There is no thought whatsoever to try to emigrate legally it doesn t even occur to them apparently Other than Jilan the girl he loved he felt like there was nothing for him at home and since he couldn t have her he didn t see the point of staying When a few other men in the village decided they would try to make their way to Germany where a small number of Yazidis already lived Hezni decided to Cheating for the Chicken Man join them We all cried while he packed his bag I felt terrible about him leaving I couldn t imagine home without any of my brothersBefore he left Hezni invited Jilan to a wedding outside Kocho where they could talk without the locals whispering She arrived and separated herself from the crowd finding him He still remembers that she wore white I ll be back in two or three years he told her We ll have enough money to start a life Then a few days before we were to start one of our two yearly fasts Hezni and the other men left KochoFirst they crossed the northern Irai border on foot into Turkey where they slowly made their way to Istanbul Once there they paid a smuggler to take them in the back of a tractor trailer into Greece The smuggler told them to tell the border guards that they were Palestinian If they know you re Irai they will arrest you he said and then he closed the doors to the truck and drove across the borderEasy ehISIS idea of morality stinks not The Last Runaway just this sex slave thing but the Christian and Yazidi thing too I cannot understand why anyone would support such a corrupt and murderous regime especially womenAfter ISIS arrived many Christians said that soon there would not be a single one of them left in all Ira When ISIS came to Kocho though I felt envy for the Christians In their villages they had been warned that ISIS was coming Because according to ISIS they were people of the book and not kuffar like us they had been able to take their children their daughters to safety in Kurdistan and in Syria some had been able to pay a fine rather than convert Even those who had been expelled from Mosul without anything at least had been spared enslavement Yazidis had not been given the same chanceAfter the establishment of Israel many Jews were deprived of their property and expelled from Arab lands others fled Is this to be the fate of the Christians too Is it to be as eually unknown as the Jews I think so it is already happening view spoilerPlease do not write pro Palestinian anti Israeli stuff in comments or fake friend reuests if you have to hide behind anonymity This is not about that situation and in any case I am not anti Palestinian If anything I m anti religion especially those that suppress women hide spoiler

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D a narrow escape through the streets of Mosul finding shelter in the home of a Sunni Muslim family whose eldest son risked his life to smuggle her to safetyToday Nadia's story as a witness to the Islamic State's brutality a survivor of rape a refugee a Yazidi has forced the world to pay attention to an ongoing genocide It is a call to action a testament to the human will to survive and a love letter to a lost country a fragile community and a family torn apart by w Well I won t put this in the military non fiction category because Daesh are a murdering bag of bastards only good for killing unarmed opposition and the Yazidi didn t put up a fight I d call this situation a comedy of errors but there is really nothing funny about this tragic situation It s a disaster that everyone contributed to all the way down the line Ms Murad starts her book with a little family background and fills us in a bit on Yazidism a religion of which I was previously ignorant and now I find I am merely mystified they pray to a peacock angel Yazidism has no book and is passed on by word of mouth but it has one great advantage over other religions they don t want you You cannot convert to Yazidism apparently so they don t want you No evangelism They are perfectly happy to live in harmony with their neighbours and produce children to help in the field but now we have too many mouths to feed so we need to grow so we need children to work the fieldyou get the picture Anyway the head wizards over at the ISIS think tank decide that since the Yazidi have no holy book they are fair game for killing raping basically anything you want to do to them so they surround the village with what amounts to lightly motorized infantry This is where it could have got interesting because the Yazidi are armed It seems every Yazidi household has at least one firearm and they love to shoot them just like every other place in the Middle East I ve heard them they shoot at funerals they shoot at weddings they shoot when their soccer team wins a game Totally ignorant of the laws of gravity they shoot all the time So what do the fierce Yazidi do with this armament Some of it they turn over to ISIS and the rest they bury Then in a scene eerily reminiscent of that other holocaust they take their belongings to a collection point for selection Women of ravishing age are put on transport Any boy with armpit hair is sent off with the men to be machinegunnedThis is where Nadia s story begins really Obviously she survives because she is pictured on the cover but I won t tell you than that You will have to read it yourself and really you should read it I wish the liberal fancy boy Prime Minister of my country would read it because maybe then he wouldn t be letting ISIS fighters back into Canada instead of putting a bounty on them like he should This book made me mad At the United Nations for imposing sanctions that hurt only the people at the bottom of societal strata At the USA for destabilising the region and then taking off at the high port leaving weapons to the Irais which were then dropped and picked up by Daesh Murad says ISIS had American weapons I was angry at the Yazidi polygamous ways that enabled her father to take another wife to produce kids and then house his first wife in a shed And let s not forget a system that makes it practically impossible for a poor woman to get birth control Or the other Muslim people who while they maybe didn t exactly condone Daesh didn t speak out against them And I was especially angry at the Yazidi men who having weapons did not use them on those murdering black clad monsters who had them surrounded They might not be less dead but they would have died fighting They made it easyPeople in the Middle East in general have a tendency to be theatrically dramatic while we in the west tend to prefer a type of stoic approach to hardship This is the only problem I had with the book Murad seems to be either screaming fainting or puking on every other page Even considering that some very painful and wicked things were happening to her it seemed a bit over the top It certainly didn t ruin the book which I endorse whole heartedly


10 thoughts on “The Last Girl My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State

  1. says:

    This is a 10 star book written by a very br

  2. says:

    45 harrowing dignified unfathomable stars 2018 Honorable Mention Read Nadia Murad's story is not unusual and in many parts

  3. says:

    More than anything else I said I want to be the last girl in the world with a story like mine cHorror fic writers have nothing on our contemporaries This is a story to illustrate it a story of a girl who went through true horrors and miraculous

  4. says:

    “It never gets easier to tell your story Each time you speak it you relive it When I tell someone about the checkpoint where the men raped me or the feeling of Hajji Salman’s whip across the blanket as I lay under it or the darkening Mosul sky while I search the neighborhood for some sign of help I am transported back to those moments and all their terror Other Yazidis are pulled back into these memories too Sometime

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    You should read this book Not because you'll enjoy it it's not a book meant for enjoying In fact parts of it you most certainly will not enjoy You will be upset You will be horrified You may need to take a minute to emotionally recoupBut this is important y'all It's important because in places like where I live we tend to act as though genocide and slavery are things of the past We blithely go through life as t

  6. says:

    Sometimes it is just hard to fathom all the evil in this world The lengths people will go through the horror they will inflict on o

  7. says:

    Much of this book is extremely hard to read I am not the type who looks at a car wreck; I do not look I flee The August 2014 ISIS attack of the author’s northern Ira Yazidi village and the sexual abuse and beatings that follow are described in excruciating detail For the Yazidi community and for Nadia religion ethnicity and family are one They are inseparable and so the book begins by explaining the myths cus

  8. says:

    Sometimes it is just hard to fathom all the evil in this world The lengths people will go through the horror they will inflict on others for power and creating fear in my view but claiming it is in the name of reli

  9. says:

    Well I won't put this in the military non fiction category because Daesh are a murdering bag of bastards only good

  10. says:

    Powerful poignant guaranteed to bring tears to your eyes no matter how tough you think you are and surprisingly well written The Last Girl is an extraordinary first hand account of a brutal genocide of a small re

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