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The predominantly Ezidi town of Sinjar (Shingal) located on the Syrian border. (Photo: Andrea Dicenzo)

Ezidikhan PM denounces Barzani threat to occupy Shingal

by adminon February 7, 2019
Ezidikhan Prime Minister Barjis Soso Kalaf has rejected statements made by neighboring Kurdistan Region’s Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani's during a speech earlier this week . Barzani's statements, says Prime Minister Barjis, amount to a threat to occupy and administer Shingal against the will of the Yezidi people. “The people of Shingal utterly rcondemn any attempt by Barzani to forcibly take political or physical control of Ezidikhan, its people or its resources. Barzani’s words and actions are in violatio...
Present day Ezidkhan, the Yezidi Nation

Ezidikhan rejects Baghdad-Irbil deal to hand Shingal back to Kurds

by adminon July 27, 2018
The Yezidi people reject the Iraq government’s attempt to install the Kurdish Regional Government as the military and political authority over the nation of Ezidikhan without our consent. The Ezidikhan Provisional Government is the sole, legitimate government representing the peoples of Ezidikhan.
The Islamic State destruction of Kabara temple with dynamite in Shingal, Aug. 26, 2015

Ezidikhan officials to monitor Baghdad pledge to rebuild Shingal

by adminon June 17, 2018
"The central government's expressed commitment to rebuild Shingal is an important first step toward bringing Iraq's communities together. We welcome and encourage this partnership and friendship with the Iraqi Government." -Ezidikhan Prime Minister Waheed Mandoo Hammo

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