There is still so much that needs to be done. It was the first time I would tell my story in front of a large audience. Each time you speak it, you relive it. Nadia Murad eventually escaped her Isis captors. I thought about being taken by Salwan, how strong he looked and how easily he could crush me with his bare hands. We could hear the commotion downstairs where militants were registering and organising, and when the first man entered the room, all the girls started screaming. In Novembera year and three months after Isis came to [my home town] Kocho, I left Germany for Switzerland to speak to a UN forum on minority issues. I told them about how I had been raped and beaten repeatedly and how I eventually escaped. Later that year she began to campaign to raise awareness of human trafficking. World leaders and particularly Muslim religious leaders need to stand up and protect the oppressed. My story, told honestly and matter-of-factly, is the best weapon I have against terrorism, and I plan on using it until those terrorists are put on trial. They paced around the room, staring at us, while we screamed and begged. I told them that every Yazidi wants Isis prosecuted for genocide, and that it was in their power to help protect vulnerable people all over the world. Play Video 1: It was the first time I would tell my story in front of a large audience. More than anything else, I said, I want to be the last girl in the world with a story like mine. There was so much the world needed to hear about what was happening to Yazidis. Rape has been used throughout history as a weapon of war.