(The WorldPost) – As a Yazidi woman watched reports from northern Iraq on Monday about France’s airstrikes on the Islamic State’s headquarters, she cheered, but couldn’t shake an awful feeling in her gut. Sinan, 29, escaped with her life from the besieged Syrian city of Raqqa seven months ago. She says there are perhaps hundreds of Yazidi women and children still being held hostage there by the Islamic State — which is also known as ISIS — as sex slaves and child soldiers.”We are so worried,” she says, sitting next to her cousin who also survived enslavement. “We are the only ones who know how they suffer.”