Remembering the genocide of Dolli Jafayati

Today, February 22, marks the anniversary of the horrendous genocide attempt that the people of 'Dolli Jafayaty'-the town of Dukan, 70 km northwest of Sulaymaniyah- were subjected to.


On February 22 of 33 years ago, the former Iraqi Baath regime bombed Dolli Jafayaty area and carried out the first stage of the notorious Anfal operations, and these operations led to the death and disappearance of dozens of the people of the region.


The decrees to commemorate the martyrs of Dolli Jafayaty will be limited to laying wreaths of flowers at the martyrs' shrine with no mass gatherings and ceremonies due to the restrictions to limit the spread of coronavirus and following preventive measures.


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