‘I’ll warm myself on fire of revenge’: Hatred hangs in ruins of Iraq’s Sinjar

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Kurdish peshmerga forces retook the Iraqi town of Sinjar last week from Islamic State control but there may never be peace again among it's former Yazidi and Sunni residents. Photo by Ari Jalal courtesy of Reuters.

Kurdish peshmerga forces retook the Iraqi town of Sinjar last week from Islamic State control but there may never be peace again among it's former Yazidi and Sunni residents. Photo by Ari Jalal courtesy of Reuters.

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Islamic State militants overran Sinjar last year, purging its Yazidi population -- with the collaboration of Sunni residents who once lived in peace with their Yazidi neighbors.