vendredi 30 janvier 2015

Irak : diverses sources confirment l'existence d'exactions perpétrées par le PKK-YPG dans des villages arabes

PKK raid on Iraqi villages kills five, Iraqi deputy president says

BAGHDAD – Anadolu Agency

Iraqi Deputy President Osama al-Nujaifi has claimed that outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militants have attacked villages between Mosul’s Sinjar and Rabia regions, killing five people and injuring several others.


“According to the information I have received, the PKK have killed five people and left dozens injured in armed raids on three villages … between the Sinjar and Rabia regions,” a statement from al-Nujaifi’s office said late on Jan. 26.

“The militants of the organization have also burnt scores of houses and killed animals,” it added.
Describing the offensive as “barbaric,”
al-Nujaifi also called on the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to launch an investigation into the incident and to punish the assailants.
The statement also added that the deputy president has delegated Mosul Governor Atheel al-Nujaifi to hold talks with KRG security officials on the issue.

The PKK, which has fought alongside Iraqi Peshmerga forces to end the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) siege in Sinjar, had previously drawn reactions from the Iraqi Kurds when it suggested a canton should be applied in the Iraqi Yazidi town. KRG President Masoud Barzani’s party, the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), had slammed the initiative, describing it as “disrespect” to KRG laws and the will of the people.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has also claimed that the PKK is fighting in Sinjar “not for the integrity of Iraq, or its love of Baghdad, or the Peshmerga, but rather to take control of that region.”
“According to the information I have received, the PKK have killed five people and left dozens injured in armed raids on three villages … between the Sinjar and Rabia regions,” a statement from al-Nujaifi’s office said late on Jan. 26.

“The militants of the organization have also burnt scores of houses and killed animals,” it added.
Describing the offensive as “barbaric,” al-Nujaifi also called on the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to launch an investigation into the incident and to punish the assailants.

The statement also added that the deputy president has delegated Mosul Governor Atheel al-Nujaifi to hold talks with KRG security officials on the issue.

The PKK, which has fought alongside Iraqi Peshmerga forces to end the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant’s (ISIL) siege in Sinjar, had previously drawn reactions from the Iraqi Kurds when it suggested a canton should be applied in the Iraqi Yazidi town. KRG President Masoud Barzani’s party, the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), had slammed the initiative, describing it as “disrespect” to KRG laws and the will of the people.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has also claimed that the PKK is fighting in Sinjar “not for the integrity of Iraq, or its love of Baghdad, or the Peshmerga, but rather to take control of that region.”

January/27/2015
Source : http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/pkk-raid-on-iraqi-villages-kills-five-iraqi-deputy-president-says.aspx?pageID=238&nID=77500&NewsCatID=352

Village Attacked by Militants Claiming to be Peshmerga
We are not religiously and morally allowed to do such says Qasim Shasho


Basnews  |  Hoshmand Sadiq
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27.01.2015  17:15

ERBIL

Kurdish Yazidi Peshmerga commander has said that some unknown militants has attacks a number of Arab villages near Sinjar in northern Iraq, claiming to be Peshmerga.


Qasim Shasho, commander of Yezidi Peshmarga Forces, has revealed that a number of armed men attacked the village of Savia, kidnapped two girls and robbed houses.
He added, “The girls have been freed by Peshmarga forces”.

“A number of armed men attacked Savia, an Arab village near Sinjar, on Sunday. They introduced themselves as Peshmerga forces and kidnapped two girls as well as robbing houses,” Commander Qasim Shasho told BasNews.

He continued, “Peshmerga have freed the girls and they are now with their families.”

Qasim Shaho rejected the rumors which claim that Kurdish Peshmerga were involved in revenge for the kidnapping of Yazidi women, “We reject the rumors, circulated to create conflicts in the area. The attackers committed the crime claiming to be Peshmerga. We as Yazidis and Peshmerga are not religiously and morally allowed to do such things.”

Shasho explained the present situation in Sinjar, “We repelled an attack on Monday. Over (20) ISIS militants were killed and dozens injured. Sinjar is calm now.”
Source : http://basnews.com/en/news/2015/01/27/village-attacked-by-militants-claiming-to-be-peshmerga/

Yazidi Commander: PKK and YPG Creating Tension between Kurds and Arabs
Women kidnapped and youth killed by PKK and YPG, says Yazidi Peshmerga Commander


Basnews  |  Biryar Koyi
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29.01.2015  17:22

ERBIL

A Kurdish Yazidi Peshmerga Commander alleges that Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK) and People’s Protection Units (YPG) fighters have kidnapped Arab women and killed a Yazidi youth.


Qassem Shasho told BasNews from Sinjar that PKK and YPG fighters recently entered two Arab villages – Khazork and Saviya near Sinjar – where they kidnapped two women and killed a young man.

“Rumors spread that those responsible were Peshmerga and Yazidi. In fact, they were PKK and YPG fighters,” claimed Shasho.

“They kidnapped two women and killed one of our Yazidi youths. Their main aim is to stir tension and conflict between Kurds and Arab,”
said Shasho.

“We have warned PKK and YPG leaders in the area that we will not accept such actions. We have found and freed the women and returned them to their families.”
Source : http://basnews.com/en/news/2015/01/29/yazidi-commander-pkk-and-ypg-creating-tension-between-kurds-and-arabs/

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