90% of Yazidi settlers from Sinjar would like to return to their ancestral lands

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"We are ready to return to Sinjar, but conditions are deteriorating. The lack of jobs, infrastructure, hospitals, schools, houses, roads, electricity and gas, the presence of uncontrolled armed forces in the center of the district are factors preventing our return", said Barfi Ali Bashar, a 24—year-old displaced woman living in the Khanke camp in Dahuk.

In May 2022, thousands of families were again relocated from Sinjar to camps due to armed clashes that broke out in the area. There are more than eight armed forces in Sinjar, some of which are part of the Western Nineveh Operational Command, led by the Iraqi Army.

As the displaced Yazidis themselves say, they are tired of the unbearable life in the camps: "We want to get rid of life in camps, but if life in our homes after relocation is not safe, then life in resettlement is better for us. Radical Islamists who were loyal to the terrorist gangs of ISIS have been resettled near Yazidi villages, and how can we live next to them. If the Iraqi government works on the problems in Sinjar, the displaced people will return in less than six months, but we do not think that the necessary steps will be taken during this period, although 90 percent of the displaced people of Sinjar would like to return".

According to the observations of Yazidi media, most of the displaced persons have the same conditions for return, the most important of which are compensation for the damage inflicted on them during the war with ISIS, provision of services, termination of the presence of numerous forces in Sinjar and ensuring stability, disclosure of the fate of the abducted and solving the case of the regional administration.

According to Acting District Commissioner of Sinjar district Nayef Sido: "It is very difficult for displaced persons to return to their homes within six months in light of the difficult situation in Sinjar, many will not be able to return because their homes have not been rehabilitated. The security situation is unstable, there are political conflicts, and planes are hovering in the sky of the area, terrifying people".

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90% of Yazidi settlers from Sinjar would like to return to their ancestral lands

2023/01/65665-1673422231.jpg
Read: 3056     15:30     11 ЯНВАРЬ 2023    

"We are ready to return to Sinjar, but conditions are deteriorating. The lack of jobs, infrastructure, hospitals, schools, houses, roads, electricity and gas, the presence of uncontrolled armed forces in the center of the district are factors preventing our return", said Barfi Ali Bashar, a 24—year-old displaced woman living in the Khanke camp in Dahuk.

In May 2022, thousands of families were again relocated from Sinjar to camps due to armed clashes that broke out in the area. There are more than eight armed forces in Sinjar, some of which are part of the Western Nineveh Operational Command, led by the Iraqi Army.

As the displaced Yazidis themselves say, they are tired of the unbearable life in the camps: "We want to get rid of life in camps, but if life in our homes after relocation is not safe, then life in resettlement is better for us. Radical Islamists who were loyal to the terrorist gangs of ISIS have been resettled near Yazidi villages, and how can we live next to them. If the Iraqi government works on the problems in Sinjar, the displaced people will return in less than six months, but we do not think that the necessary steps will be taken during this period, although 90 percent of the displaced people of Sinjar would like to return".

According to the observations of Yazidi media, most of the displaced persons have the same conditions for return, the most important of which are compensation for the damage inflicted on them during the war with ISIS, provision of services, termination of the presence of numerous forces in Sinjar and ensuring stability, disclosure of the fate of the abducted and solving the case of the regional administration.

According to Acting District Commissioner of Sinjar district Nayef Sido: "It is very difficult for displaced persons to return to their homes within six months in light of the difficult situation in Sinjar, many will not be able to return because their homes have not been rehabilitated. The security situation is unstable, there are political conflicts, and planes are hovering in the sky of the area, terrifying people".

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