Yazidi refugees from Germany held a rally to protest the arrival of Mir Hazim

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Last week, Yazidi refugees held a rally outside the German parliament to protest the arrival of Mir Hazim Tahsin Beg, a Kurdish henchman in whom Yazidis do not believe and do not want him to speak on their behalf to German officials. They believe that Hazim is not a legitimate representative of Yazidis and that his speech will only serve to further divide the Yazidi community.

The German government has defended its decision to invite Hazim, saying that he is a respected leader of Iraq's Yazidi community and that his speech will provide an important opportunity to hear the Yazidi perspective on the problems they face.

Yazidis are a national and religious minority that has been persecuted for centuries. In 2014, Yazidis were targeted for genocide by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Thousands of Yazidi women and girls were kidnapped and enslaved by ISIL, and thousands of Yazidi men were killed.

Yazidi community is slowly recovering from the genocide. Many Yazidis remain displaced from their homes and live in refugee camps. Yazidis also face continued discrimination and persecution in Iraq and Syria.

The German government's decision to invite Hazim is a difficult one. It is important to respect the right of Yazidis to choose their representatives and to speak for themselves. However, it is also important to recognize that the Yazidi community is divided and that there is no single representative who speaks for all Yazidis. The German government should carefully consider the views of all Yazidis when making decisions affecting the Yazidi community. The German government must also work to support Yazidis in their efforts to rebuild their lives and achieve peace and justice.





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Yazidi refugees from Germany held a rally to protest the arrival of Mir Hazim

2023/10/99889-1698049644.jpg
Read: 1061     12:30     23 Октябрь 2023    

Last week, Yazidi refugees held a rally outside the German parliament to protest the arrival of Mir Hazim Tahsin Beg, a Kurdish henchman in whom Yazidis do not believe and do not want him to speak on their behalf to German officials. They believe that Hazim is not a legitimate representative of Yazidis and that his speech will only serve to further divide the Yazidi community.

The German government has defended its decision to invite Hazim, saying that he is a respected leader of Iraq's Yazidi community and that his speech will provide an important opportunity to hear the Yazidi perspective on the problems they face.

Yazidis are a national and religious minority that has been persecuted for centuries. In 2014, Yazidis were targeted for genocide by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). Thousands of Yazidi women and girls were kidnapped and enslaved by ISIL, and thousands of Yazidi men were killed.

Yazidi community is slowly recovering from the genocide. Many Yazidis remain displaced from their homes and live in refugee camps. Yazidis also face continued discrimination and persecution in Iraq and Syria.

The German government's decision to invite Hazim is a difficult one. It is important to respect the right of Yazidis to choose their representatives and to speak for themselves. However, it is also important to recognize that the Yazidi community is divided and that there is no single representative who speaks for all Yazidis. The German government should carefully consider the views of all Yazidis when making decisions affecting the Yazidi community. The German government must also work to support Yazidis in their efforts to rebuild their lives and achieve peace and justice.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #yazidisofgermany