In 2014 I met Mammo Kasem in an accomodation for refugees in Hanover, Germany. He is a Yazidi who fled from Shingal to Germany due to death threats he had received from extremists even before the genocide on 3rd August 2014 was perpetrated. His family had to flee from Shingal when the Islamic State attacked and Mammo was separated from his family while being thousands of miles away and without any contact to them. Luckily nobody was harmed and they found shelter in a refugee camp in Turkey. In April 2015 I went together with Mammo to Viransehir, Turkey, where he met his family for the first time after being separated for 19 months.