İn 2014, ISIS had conducted attacks in many cities of Iraq and Syria. Iraq’s Sinjar and Syria’s Kobane were two of these. When ISIS attacked and took the control of Sinjar, the lives of the people changed significantly. ISIS killed hundreds of Yazidis and kidnapped many women as female slaves. The ones, who were lucky to run away, sheltered in the mountains nearby Sinjar almost without any supply. They struggled with hunger and thirst for days there. After days with starvation, some Yazidis tried to leave the mountains with the help of security corridor under difficult conditions. Those waterbottles belong to the families who were able to run away went to Turkey and some secure parts of Iraq and they settled in tents or their relatives’ houses.