Displaced Yezidis, some want to return to their historical homeland, while others are for the final immigration of the entire people

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Read: 381     15:00     02 Июль 2022    

"After the recent events that took place in Sinjar, we were forced to flee again and live-in tents. Life in Sinjar does not bode well. No one shows initiative in this, we are looking for a good environment to live in peace, away from conflicts, we don't care who manages the territory, the main thing is that we survived," says a resident of the camp for displaced persons.

A 23-year-old Yazidi boy, Vian, a survivor of ISIS prisons, wanders between the destroyed areas of Sinjar and the camp in search of shelter and stability, but this seems difficult to him considering the conditions in which the Sinjar area suffers, and the camp is gradually becoming a home.

To date, large-scale construction work has not been carried out in Sinjar and the Nineveh valleys, despite impressive grants and assistance sent by European countries and the United States. It is not clear where millions of dollars are going and to whom Kurdistan and Iraq are reporting.

The problems of the Yezidi minority remain unsolvable, people have already been tired of living in tents in inhuman conditions for eight years.

Many Yazidis consider emigration alone the key to survival between Kurdistan and Iraq. The Yezidis are convinced that they are simply being driven out of the areas of their ancestral residence. What the ISIS terrorists did not manage to do in 2014, the government of Kurdistan and Iraq is doing by inaction.

"The Yazidis in Iraq are suffering from severe exhaustion and are looking for a way out of Iraq," says journalist Maysar Al-Adani, who is trying to convey the voice of his Yazidi community in various ways.

Al-Adani says that Yezidis have been persecuted on this land since time immemorial and have always been victims, so migration is one of the best solutions that displaced Yezidis living in tragic conditions in refugee camps in Kurdistan and Iraq can resort to. The situation of the Yazidis before the emergence of ISIS was no better than it is now, the Iraqi government has always infringed on the Yazidi people.

Dengê Êzdiyan





Tags: #ezidi   #sindjar   #shangal   #ezidxan   #yezidis   #yazidis  



Displaced Yezidis, some want to return to their historical homeland, while others are for the final immigration of the entire people

2022/07/04-1656743329.jpg
Read: 382     15:00     02 Июль 2022    

"After the recent events that took place in Sinjar, we were forced to flee again and live-in tents. Life in Sinjar does not bode well. No one shows initiative in this, we are looking for a good environment to live in peace, away from conflicts, we don't care who manages the territory, the main thing is that we survived," says a resident of the camp for displaced persons.

A 23-year-old Yazidi boy, Vian, a survivor of ISIS prisons, wanders between the destroyed areas of Sinjar and the camp in search of shelter and stability, but this seems difficult to him considering the conditions in which the Sinjar area suffers, and the camp is gradually becoming a home.

To date, large-scale construction work has not been carried out in Sinjar and the Nineveh valleys, despite impressive grants and assistance sent by European countries and the United States. It is not clear where millions of dollars are going and to whom Kurdistan and Iraq are reporting.

The problems of the Yezidi minority remain unsolvable, people have already been tired of living in tents in inhuman conditions for eight years.

Many Yazidis consider emigration alone the key to survival between Kurdistan and Iraq. The Yezidis are convinced that they are simply being driven out of the areas of their ancestral residence. What the ISIS terrorists did not manage to do in 2014, the government of Kurdistan and Iraq is doing by inaction.

"The Yazidis in Iraq are suffering from severe exhaustion and are looking for a way out of Iraq," says journalist Maysar Al-Adani, who is trying to convey the voice of his Yazidi community in various ways.

Al-Adani says that Yezidis have been persecuted on this land since time immemorial and have always been victims, so migration is one of the best solutions that displaced Yezidis living in tragic conditions in refugee camps in Kurdistan and Iraq can resort to. The situation of the Yazidis before the emergence of ISIS was no better than it is now, the Iraqi government has always infringed on the Yazidi people.

Dengê Êzdiyan





Tags: #ezidi   #sindjar   #shangal   #ezidxan   #yezidis   #yazidis