"How, then, I asked, did it feel to be anointed by the U.N., to be recognized as a person of significance? “The terrorists who have done these things to me, to us, they humiliated us,” she replied. “They gave us no value. So for me to stand beside Ban Ki-moon, for someone like him to acknowledge me, to respect me, that’s a message to Daesh. Good people are welcoming me, are embracing me. That’s what made me happy."