Yazidi migrants are forced to choose dangerous emigration routes

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The tragic situation of Yazidi refugees and migrants from Iraq underscores the plight of those forced to flee their homes by the 2014 conflict and subsequent persecution. Faced with the difficult choice between returning to a war-torn country or embarking on the perilous journey to Europe, many are left with little choice. People end up in overcrowded camps in Greece, while others are forcibly deported to Syria and housed in dangerous territories.

The deportation of refugees to Syria under the pretext of voluntary repatriation is a disturbing development. These people, often traumatized by past experiences, are being sent back to a region where they face potential violence and instability. Claims by the Iraqi government that these returns are voluntary stand in stark contrast to reports of coercion and intimidation. The dangerous routes the migrants are forced to take, especially the perilous sea crossings, underscore the desperation of their situation. Harsh winter conditions further exacerbate the risks, making an already dangerous journey even more life-threatening.

The reluctance of Yazidi refugees to return to Syria is understandable given the ongoing conflict and the lack of a viable political solution. Despite the challenges and dangers associated with migration to Europe, many see it as the only path to security and a better future.

The international community has a role to play in resolving this crisis by supporting refugees and migrants, protecting their rights and promoting peaceful resolution of the conflicts that have forced them to flee their homes.





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Yazidi migrants are forced to choose dangerous emigration routes

2023/11/8974-1699945766.jpg
Read: 1030     12:30     14 Ноябрь 2023    

The tragic situation of Yazidi refugees and migrants from Iraq underscores the plight of those forced to flee their homes by the 2014 conflict and subsequent persecution. Faced with the difficult choice between returning to a war-torn country or embarking on the perilous journey to Europe, many are left with little choice. People end up in overcrowded camps in Greece, while others are forcibly deported to Syria and housed in dangerous territories.

The deportation of refugees to Syria under the pretext of voluntary repatriation is a disturbing development. These people, often traumatized by past experiences, are being sent back to a region where they face potential violence and instability. Claims by the Iraqi government that these returns are voluntary stand in stark contrast to reports of coercion and intimidation. The dangerous routes the migrants are forced to take, especially the perilous sea crossings, underscore the desperation of their situation. Harsh winter conditions further exacerbate the risks, making an already dangerous journey even more life-threatening.

The reluctance of Yazidi refugees to return to Syria is understandable given the ongoing conflict and the lack of a viable political solution. Despite the challenges and dangers associated with migration to Europe, many see it as the only path to security and a better future.

The international community has a role to play in resolving this crisis by supporting refugees and migrants, protecting their rights and promoting peaceful resolution of the conflicts that have forced them to flee their homes.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #refugeesyazidis