All eyes and ears were on Angelina Jolie on Tuesday when she stopped in to the British Parliament to raise awareness about ISIS' horrifying use of sexual violence.
The actress and human rights activist took the floor in front of the House of Lords to discuss the way in which the terrorist organization has adopted rape as a policy and a tool, saying:
"The most aggressive terrorist group in the world today knows what we know, knows that it is a very effective weapon and they are using it as a centrepoint of their terror and their way of destroying communities and families, and attacking and dehumanising."
She mentioned that the radical group targets incredibly young girls and abuses them repeatedly.
Alongside former Foreign Secretary William Hague, she described a disturbing scene where she met one child victim: