Aesideat released them by organizing Daash in Kirkuk(Daash) was kidnapped in 2750 women and children from minority groups and lawmakers are skeptical about liberalization Aesideat in FallujahAuthor: MK
Editor: BK, HH 21.06.2016 12:01 Number of Views: 63
Long-Presse / Baghdad
Accused MPs from different political blocs, on Tuesday, the organization (Daash) kidnapped about 2600 Yazidi and Christian and 150 children Turkmenistan in areas dominated by them, while underlining that the majority of the abductees were in the city of Mosul, questioned what was rumored for release hundreds Alaesideat during the liberation of Fallujah operations .
The MP said the Yezidi component Haji candor in an interview to the (long-Presse) "The organization (Daash) kidnapped nearly two thousand Yazidi," noting that "the bulk of the assets Alaesideat abducted in Mosul and Tal Afar, according to the information available to us."
The candor, that he "planned to meet with the Governor of Anbar Suhaib al-Rawi to check the information on the liberalization of the security forces in Fallujah, 350 Yazidi," but he also said that "the information that he received only three shows edit Aesideat in Fallujah."
The Yazidi official in the Kurdistan Regional Government announced, on Sunday, (the 19th of June 2016), for enabling the Iraqi forces of liberalization 354 Yazidi woman in the city of Fallujah (62 km west of Baghdad), after its liberation.
In turn, the President of the Rivers Christian bloc Yonadam said we were in an interview with the (long-Presse), said that there are "100 Christian woman hijacked the organization (Daash) in the city of Mosul," pointing out that "another group of Christian women older women are cared for by their Muslim neighbors in far from the eyes of the organization of the city (Daash). "
In turn, the MP Turkmen Arshad Salhi, in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The sum of the abducted women, the organization (Daash) since June 2014, between 400 to 500 women," asserting that "(Daash) abducted more than 150 children Turkmenistan They were held in Mosul without knowing their fate yet. "
He said Salhi, who chairs the Parliamentary Commission on Human Rights, that "the Commission is coordinating with international organizations and the international coalition to learn the fate of the abductees Turkmen."
The organization (Daash) committed "many violations" in the territories occupied after the tenth of June 2014, including murder, displacement, theft and destruction of religious and archaeological sites, as well as the resurrection of Busby women and trafficked, especially Alaesideat and Christian, in the province of Nineveh areas (405 km north of Baghdad).