Karim Khan, the Head of the United Nations (UN) Delegation, who investigated the crimes committed by the terrorist organization DAESH in Iraq, presented his 6th report to the UN Security Council.
Stating that they have collected as much evidence as “mountains” with the witnesses, forensic evidence from mass graves and digital data obtained from Daesh hard disks, Khan said that the investigation team is “clear” that DAESH committed “genocide” against Yazidis in the Sinjar region of Iraq and He said that “satisfactory” evidence was obtained.
Khan said, “Daesh’s intention to destroy Yazidis physically and biologically is evident in the ultimatum. It is being ruthlessly applied to all members of the Yazidi community, they will either convert or die.” said.
Stating that thousands of Yazidis were mass executed after the ultimatum of DAESH and shot while trying to escape, Khan stated that thousands of people were used as slaves and that women were subjected to mass rape and unbearable sexual violence.
The UN team has identified 1,444 DEASH members who committed the “genocide” crime against Yazidis so far.
The terrorist organization DAESH attacked the Sinjar region, where Yazidis lived in majority, on August 3, 2014, killed a large number of Yazidis, and detained women and girls.