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    House of Lords: Dispelling Minority Concerns Iraq needs to restore social fabric

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    Post by Rocky Sun 14 Jan 2018, 2:37 am

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    House of Lords: Dispelling Minority Concerns Iraq needs to restore social fabric


     Translation / Hamid Ahmed 

    More than a month after the government announced victory over parts of Iraq, including the ethnically and ethnically diverse city of Mosul, was still unsafe after the return of the Christian and other ethnic minorities.
    Speaking at a session of the House of Lords Thursday on the rights of religious and ethnic minorities in Iraq, Councilor Lord Christopher Koksurth described the current situation as a major rupture in the Iraqi social fabric, stressing the importance of restoring the social fabric to ensure stability and success in Iraq in a post-conflict phase. 
    In addition to the Christians, the Yazidis, Kurds, Turkmen, Sabean Mandaeans and Shabaks have also not been able to return to Mosul, a city they call home. 
    According to comments by an Assyrian priest from Dohuk, Lord Koksurth said schools and the media had a vital role to play in enhancing the capabilities of a broad spectrum of young Iraqis to create a new culture of understanding and respect through education.
    "We may not be able to retrieve the demographic presence of the Christian population that we were in the past, but we can maintain the presence and role of the Christian component in our society, and we will be able through our schools, our expertise and our hospitals to serve all the inhabitants of this country," he said. 
    Baroness Anelay said during the meeting: "Da'ash no longer occupies important territory there, but at the time he was defeated, he was not completely finished and is still a threat to Iraq." 
    The Baroness referred to the visit of British Prime Minister Teresa May last December, in which she acknowledged the need to solve and address the problems that caused the emergence of a supporter. 
    "We must recognize that the challenges faced by minorities have not begun with an urgent call and will not end with a mere defeat," Baroness said. "There must be solutions that address longstanding problems and issues that have long been marked by discrimination, exclusion and marginalization."
    Regarding the targeting of the brutal organization of Yezidi and Christian minorities in Iraq, which the United Nations has recognized as a genocide and what is now suffering from cold, Baroness Hodgson said, "although there has been some improvement in the situation there, it is far from achieving lasting stability." 
    "If the conditions for the return of the terrorist organization continue to be the same in the country, ethnic minorities in Iraq are concerned that the causes of the violence will not be eradicated, it will return again and the ethnic minorities as before will be its first victims," ​​Lord Koksworth said. 
    He pointed to the chaos that followed the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, which led by 2014 to shrink the Christian population in Iraq by 75%, and repeated waves of violence and the previous deprivation of security and forced the previous generation to flee. 
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