Yazidi media about the return of Yazidis to their places of residence

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Read: 817     12:30     09 Ноябрь 2022    

According to media reports, most of the representatives of the Yazidi minority did not return to their places of permanent residence, even after the liberation of some Yazidi districts and the return of life in them.

Former member of the Iraqi parliament Amina Saeed believes that Iraq as a whole as a country is not safe for minorities, because recent years have been the worst period for minorities in Iraq, people should not be deceived by the media, minorities have the right to vote, participate and have seats in the government. At the moment, there is a state of great extremism and hatred in Iraq towards everyone who differs from the titular nation.

According to her, the miserable political and state situation, as well as the lack of services and means of livelihood oppressed the entire Iraqi people, but minorities made up a large proportion, the marginalization of minorities and inequality lost a sense of belonging for many after the ISIS attacks on Mosul, Sinjar and other areas where Yazidis lived.

Five years have passed since the liberation of Nineveh province from the occupation of ISIS, but despite all the programs launched by the Iraqi government to bring the population of the province closer together and despite the work of hundreds of international and local organizations on issues related to peace in the community, rejecting hate speech and encouraging people to coexist and adapt to diversity in the city, but Yazidi minority in Nineveh still does not feel safe when returning to the city and they still have many fears and questions for their neighbors who betrayed them in 2014.

Dengê Êzdiya





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Yazidi media about the return of Yazidis to their places of residence

2022/11/858-1667976600.jpg
Read: 818     12:30     09 Ноябрь 2022    

According to media reports, most of the representatives of the Yazidi minority did not return to their places of permanent residence, even after the liberation of some Yazidi districts and the return of life in them.

Former member of the Iraqi parliament Amina Saeed believes that Iraq as a whole as a country is not safe for minorities, because recent years have been the worst period for minorities in Iraq, people should not be deceived by the media, minorities have the right to vote, participate and have seats in the government. At the moment, there is a state of great extremism and hatred in Iraq towards everyone who differs from the titular nation.

According to her, the miserable political and state situation, as well as the lack of services and means of livelihood oppressed the entire Iraqi people, but minorities made up a large proportion, the marginalization of minorities and inequality lost a sense of belonging for many after the ISIS attacks on Mosul, Sinjar and other areas where Yazidis lived.

Five years have passed since the liberation of Nineveh province from the occupation of ISIS, but despite all the programs launched by the Iraqi government to bring the population of the province closer together and despite the work of hundreds of international and local organizations on issues related to peace in the community, rejecting hate speech and encouraging people to coexist and adapt to diversity in the city, but Yazidi minority in Nineveh still does not feel safe when returning to the city and they still have many fears and questions for their neighbors who betrayed them in 2014.

Dengê Êzdiya





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis