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Zozan Yasar

Westminster, United Kingdom
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About Zozan
Zozan Yasar is a journalist based in United Kingdom.
English Kurdish Turkish
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast) Feature Stories
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Mixed-faith families at risk in Iraq: ‘Rejected by the Muslims and by the Yezidis’

11 Aug 2020  |  Humanitarian Practice Network
Since 2014, the Islamic State has inflicted severe violence and persecution on populations in Iraq and Syria, leading to international resettlement programmes for survivors, particularly targeting minority groups like the Yezidis. However, mixed-faith families such as Shirman Hasso and his Muslim wife Farida face exclusion and threats due to community rejection and policy decisions. After fleeing Afrin due to Turkish-backed military operations, they sought refuge in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, only to encounter further challenges and hostility. Their attempts to resettle in Australia were thwarted due to religious discrimination, leading them to seek asylum in Germany. The couple appeals to international policymakers to consider the vulnerabilities of mixed-faith families in conflict regions.

Yezidi Genocide Survivor Battles UK Asylum System

20 Jun 2019  |  www.theguardian.com
Majhor Abbdullah Hagi, a Yezidi genocide survivor, is struggling with the UK's asylum system after fleeing the massacre of his people by Isis in Shingal, northern Iraq. Despite the United Nations recognizing the Yezidi genocide, the UK Home Office has rejected his asylum claim, leaving him homeless and unable to work or study. Majhor recounts the harrowing experiences of the Isis attack and his perilous journey to the UK. He criticizes the lack of support from Western governments and expresses gratitude towards the British public, particularly Anne Norona of the Yezidi Emergency Support charity. Majhor is currently awaiting a response to his new asylum claim, fearing possible deportation and feeling victimized by the UK's immigration system.

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