This thesis investigates the post-genocide situation of Yezidi women who were captured by ISIS in 2014 to address the process of reintegration and challenges of their current life in Kurdistan Region and Germany. More precisely, the role of two determinant factors of religious rites and the religious leadership in the process of reintegration and the consequences of transferring survivors to Germany are evaluated. To achieve this objective, the passage rite theory and the social identity theory have been used as the theoretical framework. The method which has been used in this research is qualitive approach by conducting 16 interviews among survivors and other related key persons. The results of this research show that religious leadership has played a central role in the process of survivors’ social reintegration. Given the traditional structure of such religious community, the victims may face new challenges by transferring to countries like Germany, due to factors such as separation from the relatives and the origin community.