When ISIS men entered the village of Kuju, which is in Sinjar, they kidnapped the girls and divided them by age.
One of those captured, now aged 14, escaped and told her story at the Committee for Peaceful Coexistence organized by a group of Muslim clerics in cooperation with Sulaymaniyah University.
She recounted how she was raped dozens of times by an ISIS fighter with Iraqi citizenship.
After he was killed in one of the battles his father also started raping her. He eventually sold her in one of the slave markets regularly held by ISIS.
Before being sold she was kept for two years in a holding camp. She said she saw no traits during that time to suggest the ISIS men are Muslims.
This is the everyday reality of the women and girls still suffering as slaves under Islamic State rule.