Ezidi 24 – Muthanna Al-Nahar
Three years after the announcement of the liberation of Nineveh province completely, thousands of displaced people in the displacement camps are still under the summer flames and the cold of winter.
“Omar Khalaf” (53 years) demands the government to provide security and services and compensate them in order to speed up the return of the displaced to their areas of origin.
Many reasons hinder their return, including political, security and service. The official of the Yazidi Human Rights Organization, Barjo Soso Khalaf, reveals to “Ezidi 24” these reasons, and says, “organizations find their way to stay the displaced in the camps.”
This is revealed by “Khalaf”, “the reasons for not returning, there are organizations and activists who terrorize the people of Shingal when they describe it as a ghost town, and by that they sow terror in the hearts of the people.”
The Iraqi government, through the Minister of Displacement and Migration, believes that “societal reconciliation is one of the priorities to ensure security stability and tackle displacement radically”, this is one of the most important solutions that accelerate the return of the displaced.
“The provision of services and rehabilitation of areas and villages destroyed by terrorist gangs as a condition for the return of the displaced to their areas of origin,” Ivan Faiq Jabro, Minister of Immigration and Displaced, stipulated.
“Jabro” revealed “the return of (5700) IDPs during the past two months, which came in coordination with the security authorities, from the camps (Bajid kandal, Qadia, Persfi and Dakar camp) of the Duhok governorate to their original areas in Shingal district in Nineveh province.”
Stressing, “The Ministry continues with the procedures for returning displaced families to their liberated areas.”
Indicating “the displacement crisis because of the ISIS terrorist gangs is one of the largest humanitarian crises to which the country has been exposed.”