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Genocide of the Ezidis (Kojo as an Example)

This book is a testimonial; the Arabic Author ‘Daud Murad’ had interviewed over 20 witnesses who survived the massacre of the Ezidi Kurdish citizens in Kojo Village near Sinjar City This new genocide of the Kurdish people was committed by Islamic Arab fundamentals who considered Ezidis US unbelievers, pegants and ignorants, and that the divine rights fulfil their slaughters.

On the account of that primitive calculation, the ISIS terrorists perpetrated a new genocidal crime against civilians, the inhabitants of Kojo on 3rd of August 2014.


Daud Murad had worked hard, wasted no time and interviewed over 20 witnesses to tell the entire world what had happened to them.
Therefore, the book includes 28 clarifications and short stories with the lists of names of the victims and some photos.

This book is dedicated to the organization of “Genocide – Kurd” to appreciate its hard work to recognize the genocidal crimes perpetrated against the Kurdish nation.


The original author of this is Daud Murad Al-Khatari, Taha Sleman had translated it to Kurdish then Abdulkarim Uzeri had it translated to English.
Lahur Shekh Jangi had patrionized the costs of printing of this book.

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