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Matthew Barber Oct 19
1) The Hashd al-Sha'bi have handed the village of Tel Ezeir (south side of Sinjar Mountain) over to the Self-Administrative Council (Yazidi civil institution) and the YBŞ (military/security force). reports that this occurred Oct. 16:
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Sagvan Shivan 12h
Every person needs to define faith correctly before presenting any topic
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Joannebland 7h
just re-read my signed copy of in the frontline which inspired my next read by
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Swadeshi Vichar 11h
Justice for Survivors of ISIS The Plight of Kafir Women
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Kurdistan 24 English 17h
"The militiamen made us kneel and held guns to our heads, threatening to kill us all.”
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Sagvan Shivan 5h
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Sagvan Shivan 12h
There were so many endeavors to make 's attempts silent, stopping her to be voice in the world at the very beginning of her works by some internal hands inside and outside but they failed.
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Sagvan Shivan 10h
fears after the return of tribes were accused of joining to Daesh and their cooperation on the killing of civilians.
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Christopher Mack 15h
This is great to help these children, I recently met with 18 Yezidi trauma victim children on their way to Paris for help too..there is some care being given, we just need so much more and organisations going to see them in their camps in Kurdistan and Iraq ❤️
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VampireHunter Oct 17
U r not getting my point friend, Israel is a Country now Palestine has Jews community?? If I'm not Wrong,Before the world war Jews were everywhere in middle East Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt,etc ..where r they now??? Like manage to survive there but on going
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Sagvan Shivan 10h
After four years in captivity, girl freed from the city of in southern ! There are still thousands of girls being held by Daesh influenced ideology
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Rojda S. 13h
Photographed by Wilfred Thesiger | wedding #1950
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IOM Iraq Oct 20
Replying to @IOMIraq
Thousands of Yazidis fled to the mountaintop when ISIL overran their towns in 2014, and those who remain living there are among the most vulnerable. 🇮🇶
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Irfan Oct 14
Dear friends. People in U.S. know I go to so they sometimes ask me about your beliefs. I don’t want to be ignorant can you please help me understand? Some things I have heard I will put in next post. I am not trying to offend only learn from you.
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M. Delal 18h
Kurdish security personnel kidnapped both Baba Shiekh and his son Farhad and then transported Baba Shiekh to Russia in an effort to get him to renounce the Ezidikhan government.
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deborah hyde Oct 13
says Shingal has become a crucial battlefield for internal and external politics. In this current context little room to support minorities.
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Karen duffy Oct 14
remember as the people were being slaughtered by ISIS with the help of the only group to have the balls to stand up to & 4 humanity were the PKK
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Irfan Oct 14
Dear friends is their a website online that you can recommend to learn more about your religion. I have talked to many Yazidi trying to understand more about your faith but I get different answers from different people. Sometimes opposite answers on what you believe.
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Mike Winstanley Oct 20
ISIS treatment of women parallels the way that gangs treat white girls in Britain. Both are seen as legitimate targets because they are Kaffirs - non-Moslems. You seem to be avoiding this point and its racial/religious implications
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Michael Oct 17
WE hope will discusses Turkeys killing of civilians, destruction of olive tree plantations, abductions abuses by it`s Jihadist mercenaries and it`s own forces towards the Kurdish people,
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