Protests and demonstrations of the Yezidi population continue in Sinjar

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Dokri, a residential complex located to the north of the Sinuni district populated by Yezidis. Over the past few weeks, clashes have taken place in the area between the Yazidi Self-Defense Forces and the Iraqi army.
For his part, the commander of the Yezidi Protection Forces, Haidar Shesho, said: "We withdrew our forces at the request of the Yezidi people. There are no Peshmerga members left there, and this is a good step towards resolving the security situation in Sinjar."
The Peshmerga detachments of the Ezdikhan unit that left Dokri numbered 25 people.
On May 6, residents of Dokri organized a protest and demanded to leave only the local police, in which the local Yezidi population serves.
In the resistance detachments of Sinjar "Yabsha" and the self-defense detachments of Sinjar "Ezdihan", Yezidis make up the overwhelming majority, and they are under the jurisdiction of the Autonomous Administrative Council in Sinjar.
Sinjar district is located 120 km west of Mosul, administratively part of Nineveh Province, but is one of the disputed areas between the federal Government of Iraq and the Kurdistan Regional Government. ISIS militants captured the area on August 3, 2014, but it was recaptured on November 13, 2015.
Protest meetings organized by activists and residents have been held in several districts of Sinjar for several days, calling for an end to tensions and the withdrawal of armed forces and groups from there.
Currently, the Iraqi Government considers the fulfillment of the terms of the Sinjar 2020 agreement concluded between the unilateral Government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to be the only way to resolve the Sinjar issue, which stipulates the need to evacuate forces close to the Kurdish Business Party their headquarters in Sinjar, but the agreement has not yet been implemented in light of the presence of eight different the armed forces.

Ammar Aziz - Sinjar





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Protests and demonstrations of the Yezidi population continue in Sinjar

2022/05/65-1652785997.jpg
Read: 761     15:30     17 Май 2022    

Dokri, a residential complex located to the north of the Sinuni district populated by Yezidis. Over the past few weeks, clashes have taken place in the area between the Yazidi Self-Defense Forces and the Iraqi army.
For his part, the commander of the Yezidi Protection Forces, Haidar Shesho, said: "We withdrew our forces at the request of the Yezidi people. There are no Peshmerga members left there, and this is a good step towards resolving the security situation in Sinjar."
The Peshmerga detachments of the Ezdikhan unit that left Dokri numbered 25 people.
On May 6, residents of Dokri organized a protest and demanded to leave only the local police, in which the local Yezidi population serves.
In the resistance detachments of Sinjar "Yabsha" and the self-defense detachments of Sinjar "Ezdihan", Yezidis make up the overwhelming majority, and they are under the jurisdiction of the Autonomous Administrative Council in Sinjar.
Sinjar district is located 120 km west of Mosul, administratively part of Nineveh Province, but is one of the disputed areas between the federal Government of Iraq and the Kurdistan Regional Government. ISIS militants captured the area on August 3, 2014, but it was recaptured on November 13, 2015.
Protest meetings organized by activists and residents have been held in several districts of Sinjar for several days, calling for an end to tensions and the withdrawal of armed forces and groups from there.
Currently, the Iraqi Government considers the fulfillment of the terms of the Sinjar 2020 agreement concluded between the unilateral Government and the Kurdistan Regional Government to be the only way to resolve the Sinjar issue, which stipulates the need to evacuate forces close to the Kurdish Business Party their headquarters in Sinjar, but the agreement has not yet been implemented in light of the presence of eight different the armed forces.

Ammar Aziz - Sinjar





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