Crimes Against Kurds

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Crimes Against Kurds

 
Mixed collection of recent videos, ethnic cleansing, abuse, theft, arabization, harassment, attempted land seizer with unlawful paperwork from Saddam Hussein's regime, prevention of Kurdish cultural participation and negligence by Iraqi forces / Iranian backed militia (PMF) / Iraqi Government in the disputed areas!
 
Kirkuk officials remove the Kurdish language from Government buildings. Arab Settlers are trying to invade Kakayis villages in Kirkuk as part of Arabization process since October 16th 2017. Iraqi authorities destroy houses that belong to the Kurdish Peshmerga fighters in Kirkuk.
Kurdish women in Kirkuk appeal against the forced evacuation from their homes. Only 60 Kurdish families left out of 8000 in the city of Jalawla. Kurdish women and disabled are under threat of eviction by force in Kirkuk.
Homes of Kurdish citizens were confiscated and given to Arab citizens in Kirkuk. Kurdish farmer in Kirkuk states "We are ready to get killed for our lands". Kurdish neighbourhoods in Kirkuk suffer from lack of provision of basic services.
Peshtewan Karim is a Kurdish young man and a Peshmarga solder who was murdered in Tuz Khurmato by Iranian-backed militias, 5th January, 2021. According to documents that Kurdistan 24 obtained, more than 13000 Arabs were moved to Kirkuk with approval of Rakan Saeed the Governor since October 16th 2017. Iraqi Authorities destroyed tents and desks of the Kurdish peddlers without providing them any alternative places to trade.
Kurdish farmers argue with Kirkuk's Agriculture Directorate because of fear of confiscation their land. Kirkuk lawmakers are requesting money from the federal government, as residents complain of garbage lining the oil-rich city’s streets due to a lack of basic services. Residents of Kirkuk are suffering from long and frequent electricity shortages. The neighbourhood of Rahimawa was recently left without power for over five hours.