Yezidi fortitude and strength of spirit

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Read: 4011     12:30     24 Декабрь 2021    

"A lion remains a lion regardless of gender"

As you know, 7 years have passed since the last genocide against our long-suffering Yezidi people. What happened in 2014 is far from the first attempt to destroy the Yazidi people in history.
I would like to draw your attention to a historical segment of our history that takes place long before our birth. The events took place in the 19th century Sinjar and its surroundings. At that time, a decree was issued stating that the Yazidi people should be Islamized. Naturally, this decree was issued for several reasons, namely, to strengthen its influence in the region and weaken the Yezidi community. At that time, the ruler of the Yezidis was Mir Ali Beg II, who refused to accept this decree and began resistance. Because of this, the enemies invaded Sinjar, staged ethnic cleansing of the Yezidis, desecrated, and robbed the Lalesh shrine and the Sheikh Adi temple.
There were also those who decided to convert to Islam and save their lives, among them was the brother of Ali Beg II - Mirza beg, who eventually deposed his brother. According to eyewitnesses of those events, the Yazidi leader Ali Beg II was subjected to constant torture in Baadr, constantly forced to walk barefoot on thorns, offered him money, gold, but he refused to convert to Islam. Because of Ali Beg's authority among the Yezidis, they decided not to kill him, but to send him into exile in Sivas.

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Yezidi fortitude and strength of spirit

2021/12/54123-1640330461.jpg
Read: 4012     12:30     24 Декабрь 2021    

"A lion remains a lion regardless of gender"

As you know, 7 years have passed since the last genocide against our long-suffering Yezidi people. What happened in 2014 is far from the first attempt to destroy the Yazidi people in history.
I would like to draw your attention to a historical segment of our history that takes place long before our birth. The events took place in the 19th century Sinjar and its surroundings. At that time, a decree was issued stating that the Yazidi people should be Islamized. Naturally, this decree was issued for several reasons, namely, to strengthen its influence in the region and weaken the Yezidi community. At that time, the ruler of the Yezidis was Mir Ali Beg II, who refused to accept this decree and began resistance. Because of this, the enemies invaded Sinjar, staged ethnic cleansing of the Yezidis, desecrated, and robbed the Lalesh shrine and the Sheikh Adi temple.
There were also those who decided to convert to Islam and save their lives, among them was the brother of Ali Beg II - Mirza beg, who eventually deposed his brother. According to eyewitnesses of those events, the Yazidi leader Ali Beg II was subjected to constant torture in Baadr, constantly forced to walk barefoot on thorns, offered him money, gold, but he refused to convert to Islam. Because of Ali Beg's authority among the Yezidis, they decided not to kill him, but to send him into exile in Sivas.

You can find the video material below:






Tags: #yazidisinfo   #yazidishistory   #aboutyazidis   #newsyazidis