Nadia Murad – Surviving ISIS and Sexual Violence Advocacy | The Daily Social Distancing Show

Published on July 31, 2020

Iraqi-Yazidi human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Nadia Murad discusses her experience as survivor of sexual violence and sex trafficking at the hands of ISIS. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #NadiaMurad

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  • Indiana Murillo 2 years ago

    put mia khalifa on!!! 2

  • Steven Rodriguez 2 years ago

    What new on the daily Israeli zionist show?

  • Harry Mak 2 years ago

    I cried inside just hearing her struggle with the words. I’m with Trevor. I can’t even imagine the pain that she went through. Being able to laugh and joke at the end with Trevor is just testament to the strength of her soul.

  • MLG GAMER 2 years ago

    I could see it on her face. She looks like she was also trying to compose herself. If you didn’t say what she went through I would immediately think something traumatic happened. I remember seeing a news story also not with ISIS but somewhere in I believe it was Israel or was it Syria. Anyway basically they were talking about a group of women who were sex trafficked and seeing the whole story just made me cry and me realize that there are some dark things about humanity that I didn’t even know about. This is one such case. I hope she gets all the support she needs to get back home and others as well. What really bad is how Trump dealt with it and she had to explain it to him. That’s equivalent to someone being like “What?! What did you say I can’t hear you. I’ll just ignore it then” if I ever start doing music on my channel this is the first issue I would spread awareness about

  • Octawijaya 2 years ago

    it’s useless asking for help from Trump, that person has no conscience …

  • MrMoss786 2 years ago

    Trump had kinder words for Ghizlane Maxwell.

  • Danielle Spargo 2 years ago

    it’s just so disturbing to read the real facts about what happened to her, what isis did to her. such a kind beautiful soul, even after all that trauma. i don’t know how she can cope. truly resilient. my heart goes out to her.

    but at the same time, it makes me so frustrated to know this is still going on and i can’t do anything about it.

  • Sarah E 2 years ago

    My heart hurts so much for my sisters around the world who face unimaginable horrors at the hands of bad men and regimes. I wish we lived in a world where globalism meant we could help each other without getting something in return. I feel helpless and angry when I hear her story and many others.

  • Laura Your Pet Sitter Rover 2 years ago

    Nadia, your story is heart breaking, I’m very sorry you have had to endear such pain. And I’m sorry about your family and friends too. Your doing a great job at learning English and also at getting the word out for your community. Your a very strong and beautiful women inside and out. I’m happy you got to talk to President Trump and that Vice President Pence was able to come and help. Wishing you nothing but the best keeping doing what your doing. ❤️🙏🏻

  • Michael Humphrey 2 years ago

    It is ashame that Nadia Murad had to go to the White House and beg for help from a man who couldn’t care less abour her community.

  • John Smith 2 years ago


  • A Aiyesha 2 years ago

    Wth is wrong with people, why people kills innocent.

  • Yolisa Mbelebele 2 years ago

    This woman is powerful

  • Arianna Lenaè 2 years ago

    He growing a little fro

  • Sara Haynes 2 years ago

    for those whom may not know
    Yazidi is a religion and there nationality is Kurdish. it has been around for more than 2000 years.
    they are mainly live in northern Iraq know as Iraqi – Kurdistan .
    and when ISIS attack that place most of them where taken by them😢
    Glad she make it out alive

  • Body Guard 2 years ago

    Shut up Trevor, you housen…….

  • LAWRENCE CHEGE 2 years ago

    I was so happy when she smiled and chuckled at the end.

  • Body Guard 2 years ago

    Nadia Murad is another propagandist, like Malala and Greta Thuberg, leftist freaks.

  • Thabiso Goba 2 years ago

    The fact that so much has been taken away from Nadia and she’s still here fighting for a better world is deeply inspiring.

  • Ralph Dratman 2 years ago

    I am glad to see that Trump — who should not be in office — is nevertheless helping some people. Or at least the US military is helping them.


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