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> Iman's real parents are still missing. He now lives with his uncle and grandparents. Who say they have mixed feelings towards the couple who looked after him.
00:00:27
They adopted him from an orphanage where militants sold children. They paid $500.>> We have been married for a long time, and we don't have children. So I wanted to raise a child, and especially a child in his situation. A Yazidi boy, a tragic situation. I wanted to ease his suffering.
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>> But the suffering is now theirs. A boy they loved and protected, replaced by memories and loss.>> Since the day he left, I have been crying, even at night.>>
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And then again, on his way to meet his real family, asking if his adoptive father can come too.>>
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>> They supported Islamic State but they did raised him well. They raised him according to the Quran. And they kept them away from audacious militant teachings.>> Iman says he was happy with his adoptive parents. But that he's also happy now. His innocence, perhaps not lost yet.