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gian aldonani 15h
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Though the DNA test results were positive,Turkish court is unwilling to order handover agreement. The children are still being held captive.
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☀️ Narîn Êzîdî Îsmaîl Artist ☀️ Oct 10
Emergency protests against invasion of “The people have put their lives on the line to help defeat . They have helped the people escape genocide”
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ÊzîdîPress 13h
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[3] With only some 800,000 members worldwide, the have no choice but to leave their homeland in order to survive and escape the endless wars, in which they have no chance of survival.
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ÊzîdîPress 13h
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[5] The had neither a military, political nor economic power with which they could represent a decisive factor in the wars or political struggles in the Middle East. Instead, they are always dependent on the help of a protecting power.
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ÊzîdîPress 13h
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[2] Minorities have been suffering under the Assad regime for decades. The US President has now driven them into the arms of their executioners to escape ethnic cleansing. The should therefore consider giving up their homeland in altogether, as they did in
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ÊzîdîPress 13h
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[6] In 2014, they were completely betrayed by one of these protecting powers and became victims of a persistent genocide in . must realize that, as courageous as their struggle for survival may have been, they have no chance of survival in the Middle East.
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ÊzîdîPress 13h
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[4] 99% of the from fled to in the 80s and 90s. There, they received peace, freedom, security and the chance for education for the first time in more than 1,000 years.
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ÊzîdîPress 13h
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[8] Anyone who has spoken to in knows that for the first time they have felt like full citizens again. Other minorities, including women, also had this feeling of security for the first time. But this status was simply thrown overboard by POTUS.
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☀️ Narîn Êzîdî Îsmaîl Artist ☀️ Oct 6
☀️Cejîna ☀️Cemaye ☀️le ezidxan u ezidis piroz!☀️ Wishing All the Yazidis around the world a wonderful and safe holiday.
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ÊzîdîPress Oct 7
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[2] An ethnic cleansing against , , and other minorities. In , and it´s terrorist mercenaries destroyed the last community of in . Turkey's interest has never been peace or stability for Syria.
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Eziden Weltweit e.V. Oct 13
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, , and () in Northeast Syria are at grave risk of genocide by the armies of Turkey and Syria . -2
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ÊzîdîPress Oct 12
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[2] Instead, it were fighters of the who saved the in from final annihilation & who drove out ISIS terrorists in as force. If claims today that it is waging war for the Syrians or for peace & security, that is nothing but scorn.
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ÊzîdîPress Oct 10
: Due to the intense bombardment by the military, about 45 of the village Tel Khatun in the district al-Qahtaniyya had to flee. The village is only about one kilometre away from the Turkish- border.
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ÊzîdîPress Oct 9
[1] Under the military and political supervision of , numerous innocent people were killed by Islamist "rebel" groups in the region, sacred places (temples & cemeteries) of the were destroyed & desecrated without the Turkish military intervening.
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gian aldonani Oct 7
In other words: Green light for to carry out a systematic ethnic-cleansing. This campaign is not only against Kurds, but also against minorities such as , Alevis, Christians etc.
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KirkukNow Oct 7
In pictures: at Temple celebrate Jamayi religious festival also referred to as , “the pilgrimage”.
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plinio.lisboaAB Oct 11
Devido ao intenso bombardeio pelos militares turcos, cerca de 45 da vila Tel Khatun, no distrito al-Qahtaniyya, tiveram que fugir. A vila fica a apenas um quilômetro da fronteira entre a Turquia e a Síria
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gian aldonani Oct 6
Today celebrate one of their most important religious festival (Jamaya Shixadi) Happy Eid to all Ezidis عيد سعيد و كل عام وانتم بألف خير ،حاج مبارك جمايا شيغادي ل هەمو ێزديێن جیهانێ پیرۆز بێت Photo: REUTERS/Ari Jalal
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DrTonyStark Oct 13
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DrTonyStark Oct 12
Replying to @Ezidi2
Feeling sad for (they fought ISIS) & . Do & both demand Separate Nationhood?
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