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    Open mass graves in Sinjar depends on Baghdad and Erbil agreement

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    Open mass graves in Sinjar depends on Baghdad and Erbil agreement Empty Open mass graves in Sinjar depends on Baghdad and Erbil agreement

    Post by Rocky Mon 05 Jun 2017, 1:26 am

    Open mass graves in Sinjar depends on Baghdad and Erbil agreement
    Open mass graves in Sinjar depends on Baghdad and Erbil agreement

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    Still thousands of bodies of Yazidis who have been killed by a group Daesh waiting for them out , but unlike between Erbil and Baghdad , leaving them underground for more than a year.
     
    After entering the town of Sinjar in August 2014 was the organization Daesh is determined to erase the religion of 4 thousand years old.
    And fled tens of thousands of Yezidis to the mountain, but they were trapped there. The group kidnapped and killed thousands of them in the massacre , considered the United Nations and the United States of genocide. By the end of 2015 it was liberated from Sinjar Daesh, and since then authorities have found more than 30 mass grave containing, according to the Kurdistan Regional Government estimates, more than 1,500 bodies.
    The mortal remains of the task in determining the identities of thousands of Yazidis missing, allowing their parents to report the fate of their relatives and to begin operations lift themselves. But no one knows for sure who they are Burials in graves, where the bodies have not been directed so far.
    Says Hazem, a resident of the region who have lost their families by Daesh, "When can I take out the bodies and bury them with dignity? I do not know. We have become part of a political game does not respect even our dead." Has become a matter of responsibility for the extraction of bodies like a game of political football in Iraq, as it highlights the political competition that leaves the liberated areas in the country 's semi - free authority is governed, as well as obstructing reconciliation.
    Says Fawaz Abbas, deputy head of the International Commission of Missing in Iraq, from his office in Arbil , "Whenever we waited longer faded as the remains of the bodies."
    The organization helps the various governments of the world to find the missing persons as a result of armed conflicts and to determine their identities. Actively working in Iraq for years, but has been restricted in Sinjar and determine its grave sites , enclose iron fences written on it (note: a mass grave site).  
    Fawaz says that " the error is not our fault," where his organization and local experts on standby for more than a year to begin the process of exhumation but not get government approval to prevent them from it. This delay have legal consequences, as the number of graves and the causes of death and ethnic victims are the details necessary to prove to the courts that the massacre amounted to genocide.
    Fawaz added , "These sites are scenes of crime." In any case, the question of who will lead the criminal investigation is still pending. Iraq is not a member of the International Criminal Court, and that the legal system does not contain provisions for genocide, war crimes or crimes against humanity.
    For the purpose of the collection of evidence and prosecution, the human rights organizations urged the Iraqi government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan government to reach a clear strategy to deal with Daesh crimes before the exhumation of the graves. But with the collapse of Daesh old grievances between the two sides it began to float on the surface.
    In Sinjar, disputed the governments of Baghdad and Kurdistan about the legitimate authority entitled to extract the bodies that are still underground. And he fought Baghdad and Kurdistan side by side against Daesh, but a struggle over land is still flared behind the scenes.
    Iraq has never painted the borders of the Kurdistan region officially. While there is an article in the Constitution resolved this issue through a referendum, the political bickering thwarted the process.
    Says Joost Hiltermann, director of the Middle East at the International Crisis Group that " the implementation of those constitutional article had died years ago." Despite the grim status quo, the two parties are not thinking about abandoning their claims on the disputed areas. For Baghdad, the rationale is simple basis.
    Says Hiltermann "Iraq - in charge on paper - does not want to give up one piece of land and this would create a precedent." For its part the Government of Kurdistan has succeeded in expanding the territory under its control during the war on Daesh, including oil - rich Kirkuk, and the President of the intention of the Government of the region , Massoud Barzani , the return of those lands.
    Barzani said he would hold a referendum on a long - delayed independence of the territory, and is still not known whether the disputed areas such as Sinjar would be covered by the referendum or not.
    And became mass graves deal for bargaining in the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil, Valmswol mass graves to be legally liable for the disputed - the region or at least it is a step closer to creating new facts on the ground ".oicol Parwan Hamdi, an official at the Ministry of Martyrs in the Kurdistan region , " We do not We want to lead this process of Baghdad, it has gone that time. Sinjar region and we were responsible. "In order to open a mass grave, Iraqi law provides for the granting of the approval of the committee formed by the Iraqi government in Baghdad for this purpose, but it was difficult to reach a consensus on the judge who will oversee the process.
    Kurdish authorities have proposed to take over the " judge " Ayman Mustafa this task.
    He says Hamdi "Yezidis belong to the Kurdish people, many of whom live in the province camps for displaced people. Baghdad has a greater potential but have not done anything yet. "
    Tends this speech to give Erbil responsibility for the exhumation of mass graves, but the government of Kurdistan suffers from troubles in the extraction of bodies alone.
    Last year , the human rights organization said that the research team of Kurdistan under the supervision of Mustafa the Extracted 65 bodies and transported to the morgue in the city of Dohuk. he acknowledged Mustafa human rights organization that the process of extraction of the bodies were not very professional. but that Kurdish authorities have not deterred claim responsibility for the exhumation.
    he says Hamdi that the government of the province is called to consider the massacre Yezidis genocide g Conscious and supported in 2015 Yezidi groups report submitted to the International Criminal Court in order to open a preliminary investigation, as the territorial Government committee set up a center in Dohuk to gather witness statements about the atrocities that took place in Sinjar, the county forces and carried out several missions to save re - women and girls Aloesideat abducted.
    Not the Federal government affected by these justifications, according to officials in Baghdad , said the appointment of Mustafa is not legally possible because it represents the elimination Alcarda.oicol Zia Karim Saadi, director of the mass graves circle, "We are ready to work with any judge, but how can appoint someone not working for us. Kurdish officials in Erbil wants to use this case as a confirmation that this is their land in order to strengthen international reputations. "
    Provided Baghdad judge to head the Commission - the Supreme Judicial Council member - also requires Iraqi law. The proposed judge of Mosul, but the Kurdish authorities refused to do so , saying it was not is supported in the region.
    this bickering frustrated Saadi notified, as his team of specialists are preparing for more than a year but it is impossible to impose the will of one side in a disputed area where Baghdad does not have the authority Flah.oicol Saadi , "even if a judge gave Iraqi permission to begin the extraction of the bodies, we can not work without the cooperation of The Peshmerga in Sinjar , where they control the Ramps region. "
    With the continuing political tensions, no longer clear who impedes matters. International Commission for Missing and collected both sides to three times the dialogue table , but to no avail. Kurdish authorities have sent a letter to the Iraqi parliament demanded the appointing Mustafa the Supreme Judicial Council by changing the law, and the fate of the demand is unclear. and
    did not reach any information about the exhumation of mass graves to the Yazidis.
    student Yazidi says Sinjar lives in one of Dohuk camps "asking us not to interfere, but we see evidence of genocide evaporate in front Our eyes. "
    As the "Yazda" - a Yezidi support organization with an office in Dohuk - has not been informed of anything and does not know everything. Organization painted a map of sites of mass graves and collect witness statements, but says she did not receive months of any developments on the extraction of bodies since.
    Says one staff of the organization "People who have lost members of their families ask us about what is going on , we do not know what to say to them." It does not care whether the Yezidis Baghdad or Erbil , the bodies of their children extracted. For them it is a choice between evils.
    Says one Yezidis that " a lot of help authorities claimed Yezidis, but ultimately turns out that the special agendas that were motivated." Some Yezidis sees no future in Iraq and preparing to leave, but one thing is to bid farewell to the dead stop them from their families by burying them with dignity and properly.
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