Yazidi are an religious and ethnic Kurdish minority group in Iraq, Syria, and Turkey; Murad is from Iraq.
She explains that they have killed her family, to which Trump coldly replies: "Where are they now?"
Murad, who is in her mid-20s, survived sex slavery and torture from ISIS.
Murad was one of 27 survivors of religious persecution who met with Trump at the White House on Wednesday in a promotion of an worldwide effort to protect religious freedoms.
"Today you can solve our problem". "But ISIS is gone and now it's Kurdish and who?"
Following his Twitter outburst over the weekend that saw him tell a number of congresswomen to go back where they came from, he has been under even more scrutiny than usual. Then the president clarified that he now understands it's the Kurdish and Iraqi governments that are the issue. She escaped and became the first woman from Iraq to win the Nobel Peace Prize for fighting against abuse and sexual violence.
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"They emigrated to Germany through a very risky way".
Due to her high profile activism, she has received death threats from IS according to DW Middle East, although death does not scare her. "Death is harmless in comparison to the hell that we all had to endure", she said. "For, after all this happened to me, I didn't give up".
"When ISIS attack us in 2014, they killed six of my brothers".
"Where are they now?" "They are in the mass grave in Sinjar, and I'm still fighting just to live in safe".
"I know the area very well that you're talking about", Trump responded. "I'm going to look into it very strongly". Trump asked, prompting Murad to explain her plight again. "Please do something." Murad has spent years speaking out against ISIS for the rape and trafficking of thousands of Yazidi women. "This was the first time a woman from Iraq she get out, and she spoke about what happened".
"Oh, really, is that right?" And when she replied in the affirmative, the president said, "That's incredible".
Similarly to thousands of other Yazidi women, Murad was brutally raped and between by ISIS' terrorist soldiers before she managed to escape to Germany where she now lives.