|Muslim-Americans rally for unity in Iraq, and condemn ISIS alongside Iraqi Christians.|
DETROIT — “I always wanted to go back and visit my hometown where everyone came from, but I can’t even go back,” said Evan Kajy, a Chaldean American. “A piece of me is now lost. It will always be gone forever. When I think about the fact that I can never go back and see the place where Iraqi Christians trace their roots, a piece of me is torn apart.”
Proceeds from the shirt sales will be given to a charitable group that is helping displaced refugees. About 200,000 Yazidis have left their homes in the sinjar region of Northwest Iraq according to reports. Leaders in the Yazidi minority community say women are being captured by the ISIS and forced to convert to Islam, marry jihadists or face other consequences.