Yezidi activist Jamil Sulaiman served the cause of justice for Yezidis until he was abducted and murdered by Kurdish secret police in June 2022.
Ezidikhan today warned Turkey, Iran and the PKK to leave Ezidikhan to govern itself in accordance within the Iraqi constitution.
Ezidikhan Minister of Justice Nallein Sowilo today delivered an impassioned plea for nations and states to heed the example of Indigenous nations in safeguarding the earth and its resources.
150 tents burned down in the Sharia camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Duhok province on Friday when a fire broke out.
Ezidikhan supports the appointment of Mike Newton as the new head of UNITAD.
Yazidi Female Survivors Law was first introduced to the Iraqi parliament in 2019. It was modified by recommendations of a committee and voted into law in Baghdad, Iraq, on March 2, 2021.
Displaced Yezidi survivors today buried the remains of their loved ones who were brutally massacred on August 15, 2014, by Da'esh (aka, Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant/ISIL/ISIS) in Kocho.
Ezidikhan and the Yezidi Spiritual Council adopt new flags in 2020
Ms. Nallein Sowilo, one of the principal co-founders of the Provisional Government of Ezidikhan and its first Minister of Justice, carries on her slight shoulders the heavy burden of somehow achieving peace with justice for the people of her ancient Yezidi nation, who remain traumatized and scattered by the 2014 assault by ISIS. Six years of ceaseless toil and negotiations, however, have at last begun to bear fruit.