Kurdistan Parliament recognizes the genocide of Yazidis


3/8/2019 12:41:00
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The Parliament of Kurdistan began its extraordinary session, which is scheduled to vote on a draft law defining the crimes of genocide against the Kurdish Yazidis.

 

At the beginning of the session, members of parliament voted to define August 3 as the Genocide Day of Yazidis by the ISIS terrorists.

 

The terrorist organization broke into Sinjar district on 3/8/2014 and committed crimes against Yazidis and killed women, children and men.

 

 

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