Yazidis from Mam Rashan camp returned to their land

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After decades of struggle and longing, Yazidis who were forced to leave their homes due to ISIS attacks in August 2014 have finally returned to their homeland in Shangal. The Mam Rashan camp in Dohuk, which had become a temporary refuge for many of them, was where this group of families found a foothold and hope to return.

Hayam Hassan, one of those who returned to their land after a decade of exile, shares her experiences: “We have returned to our land. Although our life here is difficult, we still have no regrets. In ten years of living in the camp, our tent burned down twice even though we are temporarily camped here, we are happy because we are on our land. These words reflect the deep meaning and symbolism of returning to one's homeland, even if the living conditions there are difficult.

While expecting the return of all citizens living in the camps, Khayam calls for support for those who also wish to return. This shows not only their own desire to return, but also a desire to help others through this transitional moment.

Returning to one's homeland after a long exile is not only an act of return, but a symbol of hope and restoration. It also reminds the world of the importance of supporting and protecting the rights of minorities and of the need to create conditions for their safe and sustainable return to their homes and historic lands.





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Yazidis from Mam Rashan camp returned to their land

2024/06/79798-1717412012.jpg
Read: 1059     12:00     03 Июнь 2024    

After decades of struggle and longing, Yazidis who were forced to leave their homes due to ISIS attacks in August 2014 have finally returned to their homeland in Shangal. The Mam Rashan camp in Dohuk, which had become a temporary refuge for many of them, was where this group of families found a foothold and hope to return.

Hayam Hassan, one of those who returned to their land after a decade of exile, shares her experiences: “We have returned to our land. Although our life here is difficult, we still have no regrets. In ten years of living in the camp, our tent burned down twice even though we are temporarily camped here, we are happy because we are on our land. These words reflect the deep meaning and symbolism of returning to one's homeland, even if the living conditions there are difficult.

While expecting the return of all citizens living in the camps, Khayam calls for support for those who also wish to return. This shows not only their own desire to return, but also a desire to help others through this transitional moment.

Returning to one's homeland after a long exile is not only an act of return, but a symbol of hope and restoration. It also reminds the world of the importance of supporting and protecting the rights of minorities and of the need to create conditions for their safe and sustainable return to their homes and historic lands.





Tags: #yazidisinfo   #newsyazidis   #aboutyazidis   #genocideyazidis   #iraqyazidis