Yazidis Attend Friday Rituals As Mosul Offensive Continues

LALISH, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 11: Yazidi men line up before starting a religious ritual outside the holiest temple of the Yazidi faith while attending friday rituals on November 11, 2016 in Lalish, Iraq. Lalish is the site of the tomb of Sheikh Adi ibn Musafir, the central figure of the Yazidi faith. In 2014 thousands of Yazidis fled to the villages of Lalish and Shekhan after ISIS took control of Sinjar and other Yazidi populated towns. Many Yazidi resettled in Mosul and Bashiqah but were forced to flee again when ISIS took control of the cities. The liberation of Bashiqah four days ago by the Iraqi army and the continuing Mosul offensive has given many Yazidi 's hope they will soon be able to return home. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
LALISH, IRAQ - NOVEMBER 11: Yazidi men line up before starting a religious ritual outside the holiest temple of the Yazidi faith while attending friday rituals on November 11, 2016 in Lalish, Iraq. Lalish is the site of the tomb of Sheikh Adi ibn Musafir, the central figure of the Yazidi faith. In 2014 thousands of Yazidis fled to the villages of Lalish and Shekhan after ISIS took control of Sinjar and other Yazidi populated towns. Many Yazidi resettled in Mosul and Bashiqah but were forced to flee again when ISIS took control of the cities. The liberation of Bashiqah four days ago by the Iraqi army and the continuing Mosul offensive has given many Yazidi 's hope they will soon be able to return home. (Photo by Chris McGrath/Getty Images)
Yazidis Attend Friday Rituals As Mosul Offensive Continues
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