The book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis"

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Read: 375     12:30     07 Июль 2022    

The Cultural Center of the Caucasus Yezidis recommends its readers to familiarize themselves with the book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis" by the author, Dr. Amy L. Beam.

I would like to tell you a little about the author. Amy L. Beam is an activist who defends the rights of Yazidis in Iraq and often visits places where her help is particularly needed, she actively leads social networks and often uses them to talk about the problems of Yazidis in Iraq.

As for her book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis", it was published in 2019 and received excellent reviews from critics and ordinary readers.

This book presents the evidence of genocide, it contains the heartbreaking stories of survivors of ISIS captivity, their dangerous escapes and eyewitness accounts of atrocities. Half of the book is a narrative analysis by the author explaining the culture, history, evidence, and politics of the genocide in Iraq, how 3,000 Yazidis remain missing. The United Nations recognized the Yazidi genocide in 2016, established a UN committee to investigate the genocide in 2018 and funded it in 2019.

The book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis" is recommended as a must-read for both Yezidis and for any researcher, scientist, social worker, or politician studying terrorism, genocide, immigration and asylum, as well as the Middle East.

Summary of the book:

"On August 3, 2014, the Islamic State terrorist group attacked Yezidis in Shangal, Iraq. The Yezidis are an ethno-religious minority in Iraq. ISIS has killed or captured nearly 10,000 Yazidis. They forced them to convert to Islam or be killed. ISIS enslaved and sexually abused women and girls. They brainwashed the boys and used them as suicide bombers. ISIS sold babies and toddlers to Muslim families so that they would be Muslims in the future. The genocide of the Yezidis committed in 2014 is the 74th in a row."





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The book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis"

2022/07/45665-1657181428.jpg
Read: 376     12:30     07 Июль 2022    

The Cultural Center of the Caucasus Yezidis recommends its readers to familiarize themselves with the book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis" by the author, Dr. Amy L. Beam.

I would like to tell you a little about the author. Amy L. Beam is an activist who defends the rights of Yazidis in Iraq and often visits places where her help is particularly needed, she actively leads social networks and often uses them to talk about the problems of Yazidis in Iraq.

As for her book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis", it was published in 2019 and received excellent reviews from critics and ordinary readers.

This book presents the evidence of genocide, it contains the heartbreaking stories of survivors of ISIS captivity, their dangerous escapes and eyewitness accounts of atrocities. Half of the book is a narrative analysis by the author explaining the culture, history, evidence, and politics of the genocide in Iraq, how 3,000 Yazidis remain missing. The United Nations recognized the Yazidi genocide in 2016, established a UN committee to investigate the genocide in 2018 and funded it in 2019.

The book "The Last Genocide of the Yezidis" is recommended as a must-read for both Yezidis and for any researcher, scientist, social worker, or politician studying terrorism, genocide, immigration and asylum, as well as the Middle East.

Summary of the book:

"On August 3, 2014, the Islamic State terrorist group attacked Yezidis in Shangal, Iraq. The Yezidis are an ethno-religious minority in Iraq. ISIS has killed or captured nearly 10,000 Yazidis. They forced them to convert to Islam or be killed. ISIS enslaved and sexually abused women and girls. They brainwashed the boys and used them as suicide bombers. ISIS sold babies and toddlers to Muslim families so that they would be Muslims in the future. The genocide of the Yezidis committed in 2014 is the 74th in a row."





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #aboutyazidis   #genocideyazidis