Yazidi refugees are again forced to return to Dahuk camps

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The authorities of the Dahuk province of Iraqi Kurdistan have formed a committee for the re-registration and placement of displaced Yazidis who are forced to return to camps for displaced persons after attempting to return to their homes in the Sinjar region.

Yazidi community of Sinjar experienced numerous acts of genocide during the takeover of their native area by the Islamic State (ISIS) in 2014. As a result, many Yazidis were forced to leave their homes and seek refuge in Kurdistan.

In 2020, the United Nations played a crucial role in concluding the Sinjar Agreement between Erbil and Baghdad. It was aimed at normalizing the situation in the homeland of Yazidis and facilitating the return of internally displaced persons (IDPs) to their places of residence.

There are currently about 320,000 Yazidis living in displaced persons camps in Kurdistan.

Almost 9 years have passed since the liberation of Sinjar from IS terrorists, but most IDPs still remain in the Kurdish region, hesitating to return to Sinjar due to instability and insecurity.

The authorities of Iraqi Kurdistan have consistently called for the implementation of the Sinjar Agreement and the restoration of stability in the area for the return of Yazidis. According to this agreement, Baghdad and Erbil should jointly solve the security and political problems of Sinjar.

Yazidi minority hopes that effective compliance with this agreement will contribute to the restoration of peaceful life for their community.

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Tags: #yezidis   #yazidis   #sindjar   #ezidi   #humanrights  



Yazidi refugees are again forced to return to Dahuk camps

2023/09/1500-1693635202.jpg
Read: 461     15:00     02 Сентябрь 2023    

The authorities of the Dahuk province of Iraqi Kurdistan have formed a committee for the re-registration and placement of displaced Yazidis who are forced to return to camps for displaced persons after attempting to return to their homes in the Sinjar region.

Yazidi community of Sinjar experienced numerous acts of genocide during the takeover of their native area by the Islamic State (ISIS) in 2014. As a result, many Yazidis were forced to leave their homes and seek refuge in Kurdistan.

In 2020, the United Nations played a crucial role in concluding the Sinjar Agreement between Erbil and Baghdad. It was aimed at normalizing the situation in the homeland of Yazidis and facilitating the return of internally displaced persons (IDPs) to their places of residence.

There are currently about 320,000 Yazidis living in displaced persons camps in Kurdistan.

Almost 9 years have passed since the liberation of Sinjar from IS terrorists, but most IDPs still remain in the Kurdish region, hesitating to return to Sinjar due to instability and insecurity.

The authorities of Iraqi Kurdistan have consistently called for the implementation of the Sinjar Agreement and the restoration of stability in the area for the return of Yazidis. According to this agreement, Baghdad and Erbil should jointly solve the security and political problems of Sinjar.

Yazidi minority hopes that effective compliance with this agreement will contribute to the restoration of peaceful life for their community.

Dengê Êzdia 


 

 





Tags: #yezidis   #yazidis   #sindjar   #ezidi   #humanrights