Armenians, Yezidis Concur on Criminal Tribunal
Ezidikhan's fledgling diplomatic corps, led by Supreme Spiritual Council head Baba Salem, is urging indigenous nations to ratify the NICT Charter.
Criminal Tribunal to Deter Atrocities
The Government of Ezidikhan has announced its approval of the Nations International Criminal Tribunal (NICT) to address and deter genocidal act committed against indigenous nations of the world.
Ezidikhan calls for environmental safeguards
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.
Ezidikhan Justice Minister interview: “Indigenous people are our natural allies”
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.
Alliance of Indigenous Nations: Winds of Change in the Middle East?
[Shingal, Ezidikhan – 16 September 2020] In a low-key affair here last month, a broad array of tribal nations and ethnic minorities agreed on a framework for a Confederation of Indigenous Nations of the Middle East open to all indigenous nations of the Middle East.
PM outlines Ezidikhan’s plans to UN
The Ezidikhan Public Information Bureau has obtained a copy of Ezidikhan Prime Minister Barjis Soso Khalaf's written response to a query from the United Nations Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Political Affairs and Electoral Assistance, Hon. Alice Walpoe about the Ezidikhan Provisional Government's intentions in these troubled and turbulent times.
Alliance of Indigenous Nations denounces Turkey, Iraq and Kurdistan
In a sharp rebuke to the region's dominant nation-states, representatives of Yezidi, Mandean, Shaback, Dom, Lom, and Zoroastrian minorities recently joined in one voice to publicly denounce the Republic of Iraq, the Kurdistan Regional Government, the Syrian Democratic Forces, and the Republic of Turkey.
Pact of Autonomy declared by Five Indigenous Nations of the Middle East
[Lalish, Ezidikhan (Iraq) 17 October 2019] – Faced with acts of violent atrocities, forced displacement and genocide, representatives of the Yezidi, Zoroastrian, Mandaean, Romani, and Shabak communities announced in a joint proclamation their commitment to formalize their political autonomy distinct from the states of Syria, Turkey, and Iraq. and the formation of the Alliance of Indigenous Nations of the Middle East. Twelve national delegates met in a general assembly on 6 October during the Jamayi Session of th...