We ask the international community to support accountability and help Yazidis safely return to their homes, or if that is not possible, to accept them as refugees.
Global recognition of the Yazidi genocide was always meant to only be the beginning.
Rosita Haji Baju, now 16, had been terrified that if she revealed her past, she would suffer further abuse and instead sought help on social media
The multinational company should fund nonprofit organizations helping victims of ISIS brutality.
The case of Jennifer Wenisch is one of the first trials related to crimes against Yazidis.
We hope and pray that President Joe Biden will make the right decisions and not throw Iraq—especially Assyrians and Yazidis—to the wolves.
Defeating ISIS and its ideology will come in part by restoring Yazidis to their homeland, ensuring their safety, security and future.
Rather than highlight the plight of Assyrians and other Christian groups in the Middle East, Pope Francis' visit may end up worsening their situation.
While the papal tour to Iraq may have inspired hope in many, it also revealed how insidious the systematic erasure of Middle Eastern Christians, and other ethnic and religious minorities, is—and how easily their experiences have been sidelined for the sake of political expediency.
Murad has joined forces with human rights lawyer Amal Clooney to fight for an investigation into ISIS's crimes against humanity.
Iraq's Christian population has decreased to 250,000 from more than a million in 2003.
The human rights lawyer will represent Yazidi victims of ISIS at the International Criminal Court.
She has become the public face for Yazidi women and girls held in ISIS captivity.
It's the second time U.S. lawmakers have declared a genocide.
Around 10 percent of refugees arriving in Europe are from Iraq.
The American historian writes exclusively for Newsweek on the plight of the Yazidis.
A 20-year-old Yazidi woman taken hostage by ISIS tried to kill herself on multiple occasions.
Yazidi groups have all but given up on the return of hostages.
For now, momentum is all on the Islamic State's side.
UN say 8,000 civilians killed in second half of 2014 as militants oppress Christians, Yazidis and Turkmen.