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Iraqi Militants: Emad Tamo and Yazidi Boy

iraqi militants: Emad Tamo, the Yazidi boy whose photo went viral after he was freed from Daesh and eventually reunited with his mother in Winnipeg, Man. is photographed with his new bike outside his home at Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization of Manitoba, according to Toronto Star. JOHN WOODS / THE CANADIAN PRESS Now, he's behind a movement to bring new bicycles to all Yazidi refugee children in Winnipeg. For the 14-year-old boy, the bicycle stands for freedom, something that only a few years ago was snatched away from him and his family when they were taken by Iraqi militants and held captive for three years. I saw so many kids they suffered when they were captured by Daesh . There were so many kids they were crying. We saw a lot of things, Emad said through translator Khalil Hesso, president of the Yazidi Association of Manitoba. They were dead. ( As reported in the news.