presidency of the Kurdistan parliament condemned on Sunday the slaughter of 50 Yazidi
girls and women in Syria's Baghouz by the ISIS terrorist group.
In a statement, the Kurdistan parliament demanded the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to take the necessary legal action to return the bodies of the victims.
Parliament Speaker Mohamed al-Halbousi in February expressed deep sorrow over the incident.
Halbousi affirmed that the parliament will form a committee to follow up on the issue of abducted people, especially Yazidis, in cooperation with the government.
Halbousi condemned the "terrorist crime committed against our Yazidi people," affirming that Islam has nothing to do with ISIS's attacks, as it is the religion of love, tolerance and co-existence.
British troops have stumbled across bins containing 50 heads belonging to Yazidi sex slaves who were decapitated by savage ISIS jihadists.
The shocking discovery was made by SAS soldiers when they gained access to Baghouz, a town in northern Syria near where the last of the jihadists are desperately clinging to their only remaining scrap of territory.