Baghdad The High Commission for Human Rights called on the government to intensify its diplomatic and security efforts by launching campaigns to search for the kidnapped women.
Commission member Fadel Al-Gharawi said in a statement: “The fate of thousands of kidnapped Yazidis, Turkmen and Shabaks at the hands of the terrorist “ISIS” gangs is still unknown.”
He added, “The victims of ISIS terrorist gangs and their families have the right to effective remedies when their rights are violated as a result of being subjected to systematic crimes, including knowing the fate of the kidnapped women and bringing the perpetrators to justice and providing reparation.”
Al-Gharawi called on the government to intensify its diplomatic and security efforts by launching campaigns to search for the kidnapped women and find out their fate, as this is a priority for the families of the victims.
He also called on the government to launch programs to rehabilitate survivors and compensate families who were subjected to genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes at the hands of ISIS terrorist gangs, and to seek to issue a UN resolution for compensation to achieve justice for the victims.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency