Mistakes of the Iraqi Government regarding Sinjar

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Read: 504     15:30     18 Май 2022    

At a time when the leaders of Kurdistan and officials in the Iraqi Federal Government emphasize the implementation of the Sinjar Agreement as the only solution to normalize the situation in Sinjar, ensure security, start reconstruction work, and provide services in such a way as to encourage the movement of Yazidi families to return to their towns and villages. Researchers and observers believe that it is very difficult to implement these plans because of the far-sighted policy of the Iraqi government.

Analyst Haider Salman says that military actions and the army's use of force to control certain areas where the Yezidi population lives and imposing its vision will not solve the Sinjar problem, but will complicate it, noting that there is no dispute about the need to eliminate the Yezidi self-defense forces presence in the region to prevent further attacks by terrorist gangs. It would be better to negotiate with the Yezidi resistance units of Sinjar, all of which are local Yezidis from Sinjar, and reach a common understanding to win them over to their side, rather than enmity with them.
Falah Hassan, an activist concerned about the situation in Sinjar, says the agreement cannot be implemented considering the weakness of the government and the control of armed groups over the state.

Regarding a possible solution that would satisfy the majority of the Yezidi population, Ali Ibrahim, a young man actively involved in the youth movement for peace and stability, says: "The government of Iraq could support the transformation of Sinjar into an independent province associated with the center, and the appointment of a strong non-partisan administrative figure with the support of security forces from people of state power, which provides a balance in the region, which will lead to stability and the start of reconstruction projects in the region.

However, he notes that all this looks like a dream in the light of a weak government and strong regional intervention, as well as the interconnection and intersection of interests of local groups that can provoke a conflict.
*The “New World” investigation was conducted jointly with the Neridj Investigative Journalism Foundation.

New World - Saman Daoud / Maysir Al-Adani Sinjar





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Mistakes of the Iraqi Government regarding Sinjar

2022/05/44545-1652859476.jpg
Read: 505     15:30     18 Май 2022    

At a time when the leaders of Kurdistan and officials in the Iraqi Federal Government emphasize the implementation of the Sinjar Agreement as the only solution to normalize the situation in Sinjar, ensure security, start reconstruction work, and provide services in such a way as to encourage the movement of Yazidi families to return to their towns and villages. Researchers and observers believe that it is very difficult to implement these plans because of the far-sighted policy of the Iraqi government.

Analyst Haider Salman says that military actions and the army's use of force to control certain areas where the Yezidi population lives and imposing its vision will not solve the Sinjar problem, but will complicate it, noting that there is no dispute about the need to eliminate the Yezidi self-defense forces presence in the region to prevent further attacks by terrorist gangs. It would be better to negotiate with the Yezidi resistance units of Sinjar, all of which are local Yezidis from Sinjar, and reach a common understanding to win them over to their side, rather than enmity with them.
Falah Hassan, an activist concerned about the situation in Sinjar, says the agreement cannot be implemented considering the weakness of the government and the control of armed groups over the state.

Regarding a possible solution that would satisfy the majority of the Yezidi population, Ali Ibrahim, a young man actively involved in the youth movement for peace and stability, says: "The government of Iraq could support the transformation of Sinjar into an independent province associated with the center, and the appointment of a strong non-partisan administrative figure with the support of security forces from people of state power, which provides a balance in the region, which will lead to stability and the start of reconstruction projects in the region.

However, he notes that all this looks like a dream in the light of a weak government and strong regional intervention, as well as the interconnection and intersection of interests of local groups that can provoke a conflict.
*The “New World” investigation was conducted jointly with the Neridj Investigative Journalism Foundation.

New World - Saman Daoud / Maysir Al-Adani Sinjar





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis   #iraq