Frank Schwabe is against granting a residence permit to Yazidi refugees in Germany

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Read: 1085     15:00     07 Октябрь 2023    

Frank Schwabe, a member of the German Parliament, expressed concern about the possibility of Yazidis receiving asylum and residence rights in Germany while Yazidi areas of Iraq are being devastated. He argues that if all Yazidis who have been displaced by war and violence are granted asylum in Germany, it will lead to a mass exodus of Yazidis from Iraq, which will harm the region.

The cases of many Yazidis in Germany may be reconsidered and they will not be able to get a new place of residence if they do not integrate well (learn the language and find a job).

At the beginning of his speech, Schwabe said that the person responsible for the asylum case confirmed that ISIS is over and that the agency has the right not to extend or issue a residence permit to anyone who came to Germany because of ISIS, therefore, many may be refused.

Schwabe's concern is understandable, but it is important to note that Yazidi community has been persecuted for centuries, and the genocide committed against them by ISIS in 2014 was especially horrific. Many Yazidis are still traumatized by their experiences and live in fear of further violence and persecution.

It is also important to note that Yazidi community is a minority in Iraq and faces discrimination and marginalization. Throughout their history, they have been the target of numerous massacres and atrocities, and their population is declining. In light of these factors, it is important to ensure that Yazidis have access to a safe and secure shelter if they want to seek it.

Of course, it is also important to find ways to support Yazidi community in Iraq and help them rebuild their lives. Germany is already providing some assistance to Yazidi areas of Iraq, and this assistance should be continued and expanded. However, it is also important to recognize that many Yazidis may not feel safe returning to Iraq, and they should have the right to seek asylum in other countries, including Germany.

Ultimately, the decision whether to seek asylum or not is a personal one. Yazidis should not be forced to return to Iraq if they do not feel safe, and they should be granted asylum and residence rights if they decide to apply for them.





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Frank Schwabe is against granting a residence permit to Yazidi refugees in Germany

2023/10/1500-1696663706.jpg
Read: 1086     15:00     07 Октябрь 2023    

Frank Schwabe, a member of the German Parliament, expressed concern about the possibility of Yazidis receiving asylum and residence rights in Germany while Yazidi areas of Iraq are being devastated. He argues that if all Yazidis who have been displaced by war and violence are granted asylum in Germany, it will lead to a mass exodus of Yazidis from Iraq, which will harm the region.

The cases of many Yazidis in Germany may be reconsidered and they will not be able to get a new place of residence if they do not integrate well (learn the language and find a job).

At the beginning of his speech, Schwabe said that the person responsible for the asylum case confirmed that ISIS is over and that the agency has the right not to extend or issue a residence permit to anyone who came to Germany because of ISIS, therefore, many may be refused.

Schwabe's concern is understandable, but it is important to note that Yazidi community has been persecuted for centuries, and the genocide committed against them by ISIS in 2014 was especially horrific. Many Yazidis are still traumatized by their experiences and live in fear of further violence and persecution.

It is also important to note that Yazidi community is a minority in Iraq and faces discrimination and marginalization. Throughout their history, they have been the target of numerous massacres and atrocities, and their population is declining. In light of these factors, it is important to ensure that Yazidis have access to a safe and secure shelter if they want to seek it.

Of course, it is also important to find ways to support Yazidi community in Iraq and help them rebuild their lives. Germany is already providing some assistance to Yazidi areas of Iraq, and this assistance should be continued and expanded. However, it is also important to recognize that many Yazidis may not feel safe returning to Iraq, and they should have the right to seek asylum in other countries, including Germany.

Ultimately, the decision whether to seek asylum or not is a personal one. Yazidis should not be forced to return to Iraq if they do not feel safe, and they should be granted asylum and residence rights if they decide to apply for them.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #yazidisofgermany