This is my friend Shireen. She is from Sinjar. She’s a Yazidi woman. I’m sure you’re familiar with
that community. And she has some questions that she
would like to put to you, in terms of your involvement and why
you did what you did. 900? How many women, how many children do you think you’ve raped
over the years? What was going through your mind?
Talk to me. Tell me what you’re thinking when
these girls are screaming for you to stop and you
don’t, you continue? Omar, our time with you is up. We have to leave. Is there anything
else you’d like to say before you’re taken back to
your cell? No? I’m not scared of you. I don’t
think Shireen’s scared of you. I don’t… I don’t think you have to
apologise for that. It’s worth you knowing, you know,
Shireen is a very, very strong woman and she’s working on rebuilding her
life and she has a future in a way that you, perhaps, don’t. Thank you for your time, Omar.