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Yazidi Rescue Committee Jun 13
A little bit of history should show that the Turkish state is anti Yazidi:
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jane arraf Jun 19
Held by for so long, these girls forgot who they were. More of our reporting from northeast on what happens after genocide
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Zuri Linetsky Jun 14
This is well reported but jarring story by . The kidnapped children who don’t want to be rescued from
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Khlapieel Bnyameen Jun 18
It was a great honor to meet the religious leaders of the community in Bashiqa, Nineveh Plain. We had an amazing discussion about our unified roots. I also visited the holy shrine of Swarebozah.
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M. Delal Jun 13
PLS SHARE AND DONATE ♥️ I WANT THAT WE CAN HELP GHAZAL THE WOMEN AND MAKE HER LITTLE BIT HAPPY WITH THAT. LET US SHOW HER THAT THERE ARE STILL PEOPLE WHICH CARES ABOUT OTHERS ♥️🙏
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Mutlu Civiroglu 23h
’I Want To Go Back’: The Girls Who Did Not Want To Be Rescued From ISIS
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Younes Saramifar Jun 14
Don't forget when 1700 men in June 2014 were killed by ISIS . Ammar Salim Khidhir, artist dedicated his painting to the commemoration of the massacre.
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Sultan S Jun 14
The Children Who Don't Want To Be Rescued From “I love her more than my own mother," said the girl. "She treated me better than my original mother. Umm Ali really cared for me, as if I were her own daughter."
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LSE Middle East 3h
In the wake of IS's genocidal assault on the and Shi'a populations in Iraq, female victims (and their children, often born of rape) can face the new stigma of rejection by their communities. summarises her ongoing fieldwork
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Maggie Mitchell Salem Jun 11
Heartbreak & tragedy in far too many countries (including the US) may have numbed us — and then ⁦⁩ reports for ⁦⁩ on orphans in . Give this a read/listen. Also broadcast today during ⁦⁩.
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Sareta Ashraph 37m
Super interesting blogpost by on the stigma faced by female and Shia survivors of CRSV, based on her own data collection. Congrats Guley!
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Nadia's Initiative Jun 11
New in the region are burning through crop fields that are a vital source of livelihood for farmers. Yazidi lives have been lost. The fires burned a number of mass graves that contained evidence of 's genocide agains the Yazidi people.
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Helen🌍 8h
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FreeYezidiFoundation 5h
Dear friends in , we know United States can be much, much better on this issue. US government knows the desperate situation of in Iraq very well. USA can take in more than 20 Yezidis / year if religious freedom is truly a priority!
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Mohammed Jun 18
The fires in have not only hit agricultural areas in the country. This fire had reportedly also reached the graves of victims of in via
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M. Delal 8h
It's really hard specially for this kids which got kidnapped in really young ages.. 😢
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Mahmoud 15h
Yadê holds A a 1,2 years old girl whose mother had no choice than leaving her at child protection center in NE Syria. They’re more than 40 kids from mums fathers. Yadê takes care of those kids as if they her own children since she has no chance to give birth to any
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Phil Guie 20h
This story shows the terrible, surreal effects of & . It's also related to one of the best of 2018: , a about activist .
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Alessandro Luparello 23h
"Since the 26th of May 2019, the region is facing a series of devastating wildfires that are destroying lives, fields, crops and mass graves in the area" () 😔⏳🔥
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AMAR International Jun 19
A young girl brings her baby sister to get checked up at our clinic in Khanke IDP camp .
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