Yazidi lawmaker: We're being slaughtered

Iraqi Yazidi demonstrate outside the UN offices in the Iraqi city of Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region, on August 4, 2014, against the threat imposed by the Islamic State (IS) jihadists against their community in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, where IS raised their black flag the day before after ousting the Peshmerga troops of Iraq's Kurdish government, forcing thousands of people from their homes. The Yazidis, are a small community that follows a 4,000-year-old faith and have been repeatedly targeted by jihadists who call them "devil-worshipers" because of their unique beliefs and practices. AFP PHOTO/SAFIN HAMEDSAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images
Iraqi Yazidi demonstrate outside the UN offices in the Iraqi city of Arbil, the capital of the autonomous Kurdish region, on August 4, 2014, against the threat imposed by the Islamic State (IS) jihadists against their community in the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar, where IS raised their black flag the day before after ousting the Peshmerga troops of Iraq's Kurdish government, forcing thousands of people from their homes. The Yazidis, are a small community that follows a 4,000-year-old faith and have been repeatedly targeted by jihadists who call them "devil-worshipers" because of their unique beliefs and practices. AFP PHOTO/SAFIN HAMEDSAFIN HAMED/AFP/Getty Images

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