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A Yazidi family living in Sharia camp. Haydar, 40, the father said: 'I was working as a cleaner at clinic in Sinjar. I got married to my wife Kamal in November 2013. When ISIS attacked my village Zorav, in the northern part of Sinjar in August 2014, we ran away to Sinjar mountain. My wife gave a birth on the mountain on 6 August. Then we came to this refugee camp. Our home is made of mud and it was totally destroyed by ISIS. I don't want to go back to Sinjar even if Sinjar becomes peaceful in the future. I would like to go to Germany with my family. But we have no money to pay for smugglers.'