Nadia Murad, 21, from northern Iraq, was one of the 5000 unfortunate women who was captured by the ISIS also known as the Islamic State, ISIL, or Daesh.
After having escaped she was speaking at the United Nations headquarters in New York about the conditions and the humiliating events that took place while she was being captured by ISIS militant group.
She mentioned her friend Samra Kesinovic,17, who was beaten to death by the members of the group. She has been openly speaking about how ISIS fighters treat women worse than animals. Women are being sold and bought as slaves and sabias, she says.