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The world is continuing to ignore the sufferings of the Yazidis

No government is willing to step forward to help them rebuild their destroyed villages, not even their own governments.

A Jordanian Imam reads the Koran in an empty mosque during Ramadan as prayers by worshipers are susp

Why hasn’t Twitter flagged 'kuffar' as a term of abuse

However, the website continues to host thousands of tweets that use the word “kuffar” or “unbeliever” as a form of abuse.

Iron Dome anti-missile system fires interception missiles as rockets are launched from Gaza towards

Saturday people, Sunday people and the ‘Mohammadian army’

“In his tweets in Turkish and Arabic, however, Erdogan described his forces as ‘the heroes of the Mohammadian army’ – a term dating back to the Ottoman Empire,” the report continued.

Kristallnacht, ISIS and today’s crisis in Syria

I am not an expert on the Holocaust, but I have spent time among many Yazidi survivors of ISIS and its crimes.

Turkey bombs Sinjar villages in Iraq where genocide survivors live

Three were injured in the airstrike on Tuesday, the third airstrike in two days.

We must not grow numb to the Yazidi genocide

Despite centuries of persecution, the Yazidis have never forsaken their faith, which only attests to their remarkable sense of identity and strength of character.

Women walk through al-Hol displacement camp in Hasaka governorate, Syria April 1, 2019

Concentration of ISIS supporters in Syrian camp created hell-hole and threat

More than 50,000 men and women from all over the world joined ISIS. This included 5,000 supporters from European countries.

Yazidi women attend a ceremony on International Women Day, March 8, at Lilash Temple in Iraqi Kurdis

My Word: Jihadi brides and forgotten victims

Compassion should not override common sense.

A YAZIDI man pulls rubble from his house in Sinjar that ISIS terrorists destroyed in February.

Yazidis mourn 2014 genocide and 2007 terror attack anniversaries

The latter was among the world's worst terror attacks in decades. ISIS grew out of the extremism of the years 2005-09, borrowing from Al Qaeda ideology and perfecting it.

Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Yazidi activist Nadia Murad talks to people during her visit to Sinjar.

Iraq still struggling with helping Yazidis five years after genocide

Yazidi activists, such as Nadia Murad, who won a Nobel Peace Prize, have continually called on the international community and US President Donald Trump to help.

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