Former deputy engineer Mahma Khalil Ali Agha on Friday accused the United Nations, the International Coalition and the United States of not seriously returning Yazidis displaced to Sinjar and other minorities in the Nineveh Plain to their areas.
Khalil, who is the chairman of the Minorities Committee of the Iraqi Parliamentarians' Union, said in a statement today that "there is more evidence that these parties are not serious in the application of international human rights law." "It is a huge amount of money from the United Nations and the donor countries.
"The Iraqi people, the Yazidis and the rest of the minorities are the biggest losers of the war against ISIS," he said. He pointed out to "the failure of the Iraqi government in its duties and lack of interest in these segments that have been annihilated and still annihilated."
"Keeping the situation in Sinjar and the Nineveh Plain is intended as one of the agenda that wants to keep these areas empty of their people to pass agendas and settle accounts at their expense," he said.
Ali Agha blamed "the international coalition and America's responsibility to exterminate the Yazidis.