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Iraq: The Genocide Against Mandaeans Continues 

http://www.mandaeanunion.com/mhrg/item/2000-genocide-against-the-mandaeans Saturday, 03 December 2016The Genocide Against the Mandaeans of Iraq Continues Written by Mandaean Human Rights GroupRelated items Iraqi Minorities Security Council Proposition Stop the Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing of the Mandaeans in Iraq Ginza Rabba "The Great Treasure" The Holy Book of the Mandaeans in English Mandaean Refugees CrisisThe Mandaean Human rights group condemns the brutal killing of a Mandaean man...

Iraq: Trapped in a limbo - Iraq’s displaced minorities and the difficulties of return 

By Mays Al-Juboori With more than 3 million Iraqis still internally displaced, the country’s protracted crisis – driven in large part by the 2014 offensive of ISIS through northern Iraq – is still a long way from being resolved, even with the apparent retreat of its forces from Mosul and other strongholds. Ensuring the safe return to Ninewa and other areas of former residents,...

Iraq: The situation in Sinjar and the north 

تعاني منطقة سنجار من انتهاكات حقوقية عديدة اذ ما زال الوضع يتسم هناك بالعديد من المشاكل المستعصية في العديد من المجالات الحياتية اليومية، مع ملاحظة ان العديد من عوائل سنجار ما زالوا نازحين، والعودة تشهد بطئ واضح خاصة وان العديد من دور المواطنين والمباني العامة مهدمة أو محترقة وطالتها ايدي التخريب والتدمير. الوضع الصحي في قضاء سنجار يشكو من الاهمال الشديد، اذ بالرغم من...

Turkey: Life without hope is no life (stories of Christian Syriac/Assyrian/Chaldean refugees) 

They survived a genocide. They fled from radical Islamists, leaving everything they had behind. Now they are stuck in a Turkish city. They can neither return to Iraq nor could they live a normal life in Turkey.They lack basic rights, they cannot work legally under the Turkish ban and their children are not allowed to go to school. They are forgotten by world leaders,...

Iraq: Sabean Mandeans in the spotlight 

AL Miezan Association for Human Rights Development carried out a project in Amarah City, in Iraq's Maysan Province, to encourage community dialogue between the Muslim majority and minorities such as Sabean-Mandaeans. The project, which started in October 2017 with support from MRG, included a visit to a Sabean-Mandaean temple in the city. Mandaeans, followers of one of the oldest monotheistic religions, are historically settled in Southern Iraq,...


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