A comparison of satellite photos of the Turkish Diyarbekir before the resumption of the active phase of the war in Turkish Kurdistan and beyond.
The grave near Lutugino contained the victims of Ukrainian fascists. MGB LC found that the grave contained the remains of three people with bullet holes in the temporal part of the skull.
The Caliphate again boasted that attracts children to participate in mass executions. This time in the massacres in the province of Nineveh in Iraq, the militants of the Caliphate once again used children as performers executions of “Western terrorists”.
Investigators of the United Nations said today that ISIS gangs committed the crime of genocide against the Yazidi people in Syria and Iraq and sought to destroy the ethnic and religious sect, which includes 400 thousand people through killings, sexual slavery and other crimes.
Investigators’ reports confirmed that the genocide against the Yazidi people continues till now and they incite the international community to save at least 3,200 Yazidi women and children who are still being held by ISIS gangs, calling for a referral the case to the International Criminal Court.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau rose in the House of Commons Tuesday to vote against a Conservative motion declaring that the atrocities of the so-called Islamic State constitute genocide.
In actions that have sparked outrage in Germany, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unleashed retaliatory statements against German parliamentarians with ethnic Turkish backgrounds. The reason? On Thursday, they voted, together with nearly all their colleagues in the Bundestag, for a resolution recognizing massing killings in Armenia in 1918 as genocide. In addition, the resolution admitted the “complicity” of the German Empire in the crimes of Turkey’s predecessor state, the Ottoman Empire. Over 1.5 million Armenians died in the events approximately a century ago under the Ottoman Empire, but Turkey has steadfastly denied it was a genocide.
German members of parliament Özan Mutlu (Greens), Mahmut Özdemir (SPD), and Cemile Giousouf (CDU) have now had their Turkish identity called into question by Erdogan, who strictly rejects the crime being classified as genocide. Erdogan has now called for them to take a “blood test”, saying their Turkish identity should be checked as “their blood is impure”. Many of the MPs have also received death threats.
SINJAR, Iraq—This town in northern Iraq was home to more than 88,000 civilians in 2013. Today, there are none left living here.
Daily Signal foreign correspondent Nolan Peterson visited Sinjar, where more than 5,000 civilians died at the hands of the Islamic State, the terrorist army also known as ISIS.