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August 13, 2014

Is Barzani Responsible for Mass Murder and Rape of Yazidi Kurdish?

By Hamma Mirwaisi

According to ISIS' interpretation of Islamic laws, the killing of non-Muslim men and the abduction of their women to be used as sex slaves is allowed. Well aware of those laws, President Barzani went ahead and ordered his military forces to withdraw without a single shot in defence of the population or even attempting to rescue them from the violent fighters threatening to take their lives or abuse them.

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By Hamma Mirwaisi and Alison Buckley

It is hard to find a country in the world whose leader disarms the civilian population and orders his military forces to withdraw without defending them at the height of hostilities in a brutal war waged on them by terrorists. But this is exactly what has just happened in the autonomous region of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) of Iraq. Several days ago, as Commander in Chief of Kurdistan's military forces, KRG President Massoud Barzani ordered his military forces known as Peshmerga and the local police force to withdraw from the Yazidi Kurdish region without putting up a fight against the Islamic terrorist organization's forces of ISIS, based in Iraq and Syria.

According to ISIS' interpretation of Islamic laws, the killing of non-Muslim men and the abduction of their women to be used as sex slaves is allowed. Well aware of those laws, President Barzani went ahead and ordered his military forces to withdraw without a single shot in defence of the population or even attempting to rescue them from the violent fighters threatening to take their lives or abuse them.

There are about one million people living around Mosul, Iraq, most of whom are Yazidi Kurds from the Yazidi branch of the ancient Kurdish Zoroastrian religion, Shabak Kurds from branches of Shi'a Islam, Assyrian Christians and Shi'a Islamic Turkmen. All these people are currently enduring a genocide attack by ISIS forces without anyone in any Iraqi government taking responsibility for what has happened to them.

ISIS allowed its military forces to kill non-Muslim men from the above communities and take any women they wanted as sex slaves; one ISIS fighter took a seven year old Christian girl to be his wife, but she was rescued by Kurdish YPG People's Protection Units after they eliminated her 'husband'. Out of control members of ISIS fuelled by anarchistic so-called Islamic religious laws have created killing machines of military units, which thrive on the vicious slaughter of civilians and the abuse women.


Although Massoud Barzani is in control of 100,000 strong tribal men who are well paid from Kurdistan's oil money, the good relationship he has built with many Western leaders through his oil dealings has apparently relieved him of any responsibilities for the crimes against humanity that he has committed or permitted in that part of the world. Consequently, Kurdish people are now calling for his dismissal as President of the Kurdistan Regional Government and campaigning for his arrest and trial in The Hague for Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes in the KRG region, similar to the former Yugoslav President Slobodn Milosevic's trial for Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes allegedly committed in Kosovo.

The United States initially helped the Barzani and Talabani families to take over the government of the Kurdistan region of Iraq and is still protecting them from external forces and Kurdish people who want him dismissed as a leader of the region. Both families' political juggernauts have cheated in Kurdish Iraqi elections, a fact that the US Government knows very well, in spite of local democratic pretences. But now because of their connection with former US officials formed by long term oil deals that favoured them and Barzani and Talabani instead of the Kurdish people, they are being protected by the US Government. Further, Russian Security Services (KGB?) and the Department's anti-terrorism security apparatus Russian "PCP" reports reveal that Barzani has provided funds and other resources to ISIS and assisted with its training (1), and has thus aided a UN banned terrorist organisation.

As the leader of the free world President Obama must take responsibility for the policies and behaviour of the Kurdish puppet President his predecessor helped install in the KRG and answer the Kurdish people's call by arresting Massoud Barzani so he at last has to face a human rights court for his crimes against humanity.

References

1. bashaer.iq/index.php?news=7303



Submitters Bio:

Hamma Mirwaisi was exposed to the oppression of Kurds while still a youth, as his education was frequently interrupted by Iraqi government harassment. Forbidden from entering university in 1968, he had little choice but to join the peshmerga (freedom fighter) forces of Mustafa Barzani from 1968 to 1975 in their battles against the Iraqi Government forces.
Although the conflict was resolved by treaty in 1975, he foresaw reprisals by Saddam Hussein's secret service against his extended family. He took his wife and two children to Iran, and in 1976 they entered the US as legal refugees, settling in Valley City, North Dakota.
Mirwaisi completed BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering at the University of North Dakota. That led to a technical career, beginning in 1982 at the Sperry Corporation in Minneapolis. Sperry's merger with Unisys Corporation caused the end of his program, and he took up Ph.D. studies in Radio-Frequency (RF) Engineering at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Eventually he returned to work at Honeywell, where he completed his career, becoming the Senior RF Engineer on the Air Force Satellite Communication program.
The tragedy of the Kurds intervened again in 1995. His sister and her two-year-old daughter were drowned while escaping Saddam Hussein's reprisals against the Kurds for their rebellion during the first Gulf War.
He returned to Kurdish affairs in 2004, when the US Army called on him to serve as an interpreter in the second Gulf War. At the end of that assignment, he began seeking American corporate sponsors for the rebuilding of Kurdistan. However, the Barzanis, who controlled the Kurdistan Regional Government, saw the initiative as a scheme to undermine their own influence and expelled Mirwaisi from Iraq. The doors to government and corporate sponsorship of works in Kurdistan (at least those that did not include a Barzani rake-off) slammed shut.
Since then, Mirwaisi has devoted his efforts to spreading the word about Kurdish history and culture through writing and speaking. After his first book, Return of the Medes, he was invited to serve for a year as an honorary member of the Kurdistan National Congress (KNK), a Kurdish parliament in exile that sits in Brussels. He is the author of many other books on Kurdish affairs

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