Yezidi Women Cry for Help


In a demonstration in Germany, a group of Yezidi Women cry for their relatives in Shingal, Mosul who under ISIS atrocities


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Yezidi Exodus from Shingal after ISIS Attacks








This Yezidi man says they crossed into Syria after YPG forces opened a safe passage from them, and then came to Iraq again. He also says ISIS took some Yezidi women along and they do not know what happened to them!

 August 4, 2014


On Tuesday Yezidi member of Iraqi Parliament Viyan Dakhil spoke in parliament about the tragedy of Yezidi community.


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Yezidi Women Crying for Their Kidnapped Relatives

A group of Yezidi Kurdish women cry for their beloved ones who are kidnapped by ISSI



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Yezidi People Appeal for Help

Urgent Distress Call from the Prince of Yezidis

Yezidi_KurdsI appeal to Mr. Massoud Barzani, President of Kurdistan Region, and Mr. Fuad Masum, President of the Federal Republic of Iraq, and the Iraqi Government, and the Iraqi Parliament, and the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region, and the Arab League, and Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, and Mr. Barack Obama President of the United States, and the European Union and international community in general, and organizations and relevant international bodies:

I ask for aid and to lend a hand and help the people of Sinjar areas and its affiliates and villages and complexes which are home to the people of the Yezidi religion. I invite them to assume their humanitarian and nationalistic responsibilities towards them and help them in their plight and the difficult conditions in which they live today

Citizens of this religion are peaceful people who acknowledge all principles and humanitarian values and respect all religions, and never had enmity against any of their countrymen, and in the near past they even had a major humanitarian stand with their fellow residence of Mosul and Tal Afar, and today they desperately need their brethren’s help.

This humanitarian appeal I make on my behalf and on behalf of the people of this religion to come to their assistance and help the Yezidi people as soon as possible.

Prince Tahseen Said
Prince of the People of the Yezidi Religion in Iraq and the world



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