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Psychologist and trauma specialist Jan Ilhan Kizilhan, of the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University in Villingen-Schwenningen, selected those most in need of help in Iraq, where he has traveled a dozen times.
In the past, he has worked with rape victims in Rwanda and Bosnia.
Khaula shares a dormitory with other women who have been freed.
The location must be kept secret, and the name "Khaula" is an alias.
Each time, the same images appear before her: She sees her hands clasped together in front of her chest, forming a hollow.
She's a quiet woman of 23 with black curls and enjoys wearing Kurdish garments.
Given the sheer number of women who have been kidnapped in the region, that figure appears to be low.
Rape as a Weapon of War The use of rape as a weapon of war is a concept as old as war itself, but the organization of the crime under IS has been particularly perfidious.
Some took the pills, but others secretly spit them out.
One woman even reported getting anally raped by fighters in order to prevent a possible pregnancy.