Protests in Germany and Denmark support the Yazidi people of SinjarMore protests have been organised in Germany and Denmark in support of the Yazidi people who have been struggling against the threats of an attack on their town of Sinjar.
An agreement signed between the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) on 9 October has provoked strong reactions in the town.
As tensions in the region soared after the attempt to remove Yazidi security forces (Asayish), the citizens of Sinjar launched a vigil protest action against both the agreement and the attempted removal of the Yazidi security forces.
Protests in Europe continue in support of the public resistance by the people of Sinjar (Şengal) against the agreement that continues to its 119th day outside the Asayish Security forces Centre in Sinjar.
Kurdish activists and international supporters of the Sinjar resistance have been protesting in Saarbrücken for three days.
The Free Ezidi Women’s Movement (TAJE) who have been leading the protests said the protests in Germany would continue until the threats of attacks on the achievements of the Yazidi people in Sinjar are over.
Kurdish activists in Copenhagen organised a demonstration in front of the Embassy of Iraq.
It was announced that protests in Saarbrücken be paused during the Easter break and be re-launched next week.
In the press statement issued in 4 languages, it was stated that there is a triliteral war protocol regarding Sinjar between the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, KRG Prime Minister Masrour Barzani and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi.