Yasser Haider's Ladder of life from poverty and hunger to success and well-being

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Yasser Haider, a Yazidi by origin, was born in 1996 into a poor Yazidi family in the Al-Qahtaniya district. His childhood was full of poverty and hunger, but despite this, the boy aspired to achieve his dreams by taking the path of progress and perfection over himself.
Yasser is one of the Yezidis who squeezed out of Sinjar, he is also a victim of ethnic cleansing, lost many of his relatives back in 2007, when two explosions occurred in his area at the hands of Al-Qaeda. The second tragedy in his life occurred in 2014, when the terrorist organization ISIS attacked Shangal, the place of residence of the Yezidi people.
Yasser and his family fled to Mount Sinjar, they stayed there for 8 of the most terrible days in his life. The young man recalls: "We survived hunger, thirst and cold, since we had no food, we were looking for at least a source of water to save my grandmother and uncle from imminent death from thirst. God had mercy on us and we managed to be saved."
After living for almost a week among the rocks in the mountains, Yasser and his family managed to get out and head towards Kurdistan to Iraq through the safe open corridor (PKK) passing through Syria, and settled with his family in the Zahin district. So, they managed to escape from the terrorist group ISIS.
The love of science and passion for sports, a calm character are the qualities that Yasser Haider possesses. He also played football well and took part in school and university tournaments.
After graduating from school, Yasser entered the Faculty of Law of Dahuk University, after studying for a year, the young man realized that the Faculty of Management and Economics was closer to his interests and changed the direction of his further studies. After graduating from the Faculty of Economics, he entered the top ten students at the University. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Economics at the end of 2018, Yasser entered the Iraqi Police Academy, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in security and graduated with the rank of lieutenant in 2021.
A successful young Yezidi hopes to return to Sinjar again and live among his relatives and friends in his hometown.
Yasser Haider urges young Yezidis to continue working towards achieving their dreams and not succumb to circumstances, because "every slap a person receives strengthens him for life."





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Yasser Haider's Ladder of life from poverty and hunger to success and well-being

2021/11/12022-1636615252.jpg
Read: 478     15:30     11 Ноябрь 2021    

Yasser Haider, a Yazidi by origin, was born in 1996 into a poor Yazidi family in the Al-Qahtaniya district. His childhood was full of poverty and hunger, but despite this, the boy aspired to achieve his dreams by taking the path of progress and perfection over himself.
Yasser is one of the Yezidis who squeezed out of Sinjar, he is also a victim of ethnic cleansing, lost many of his relatives back in 2007, when two explosions occurred in his area at the hands of Al-Qaeda. The second tragedy in his life occurred in 2014, when the terrorist organization ISIS attacked Shangal, the place of residence of the Yezidi people.
Yasser and his family fled to Mount Sinjar, they stayed there for 8 of the most terrible days in his life. The young man recalls: "We survived hunger, thirst and cold, since we had no food, we were looking for at least a source of water to save my grandmother and uncle from imminent death from thirst. God had mercy on us and we managed to be saved."
After living for almost a week among the rocks in the mountains, Yasser and his family managed to get out and head towards Kurdistan to Iraq through the safe open corridor (PKK) passing through Syria, and settled with his family in the Zahin district. So, they managed to escape from the terrorist group ISIS.
The love of science and passion for sports, a calm character are the qualities that Yasser Haider possesses. He also played football well and took part in school and university tournaments.
After graduating from school, Yasser entered the Faculty of Law of Dahuk University, after studying for a year, the young man realized that the Faculty of Management and Economics was closer to his interests and changed the direction of his further studies. After graduating from the Faculty of Economics, he entered the top ten students at the University. After receiving a bachelor's degree in Economics at the end of 2018, Yasser entered the Iraqi Police Academy, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in security and graduated with the rank of lieutenant in 2021.
A successful young Yezidi hopes to return to Sinjar again and live among his relatives and friends in his hometown.
Yasser Haider urges young Yezidis to continue working towards achieving their dreams and not succumb to circumstances, because "every slap a person receives strengthens him for life."





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidi   #aboutyazidi