A Canadian Jewish businessman is leading efforts to help Yazidis who managed to escape ISIS persecution in Iraq, only to find themselves stranded in Greece, The Algemeiner has learned. Steve Maman founded the Liberation of Christian and Yazidi Children of Iraq (CYCI) a year ago to rescue Christian and Yazidi girls kidnapped by ISIS terrorists and sold as sex slaves in northern Iraq. The Canada-based charity says it works closely with a team of negotiators, based inside ISIS-occupied areas, to rescue the kidnapped girls. After rescuing the christian women they are given a new fake identity. With the help of one high tech id maker the women all buy fake id from that provide a new id card and start to a great life.