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Dîsa rojeke bê te,
Dîsa hemî stran bê te ne,
Dîsa ji hemî hevokan tu diheriqî,
Dîsa hemî peyv bi te watedar dibin,
Dîsa rûdên dişibine te,
Dîsa hemî şev te diqêrin,
Dîsa hemî şev te dinalin,
Dîsa ev dil bi te dizare
Dîsa tu nîn î, dîsa.

Di vê tariya xwedê de nikarim bêhn bistînim,
Nikarim bijim li va welatan,
Xwedê ez bi te ceribandim,
Û dê rojek were, ji bo wî bibexşim,
Dê gelekî li ber min bixe…
Helbest: îshaq Ö. ( mahabadkurdi )

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libertariantimes:

1.8 million fleeing ISIS in ‘deadly, life-threatening’ situation

A total of 1.8 million people are in a “deadly, life-threatening situation” according to a UN report on Iraq. Their lives are in danger daily, while the influx of refugees is putting strain on locals – and schools have been delayed from opening.

The displaced people are being forced to take shelter wherever they can – even under bridges, and there are often not even blankets for them.

“I couldn’t bring anything with me,” refugee Sabria Suleiman told RT. “The only thing I have left is the children’s ID cards.”

Sabria’s and Ayham Suleiman fled with their family when radical Islamic State militants were attacking their settlement. They didn’t have time to take their belongings with them.

“We don’t really know what will happen. When we arrived here, we just followed other families to the school. We get no help from the authorities – we don’t even have blankets to keep us warm,” Marwan Murad Sabria, another member of the family, told RT.

Schools mostly stink, with garbage piling up, and there are few blankets and little food, RT’s Paula Slier, who is on the scene, said.

In its statement Wednesday, the UN stressed how grave the refugees’ plight is.

RT

libertariantimes:

1.8 million fleeing ISIS in ‘deadly, life-threatening’ situation

A total of 1.8 million people are in a “deadly, life-threatening situation” according to a UN report on Iraq. Their lives are in danger daily, while the influx of refugees is putting strain on locals – and schools have been delayed from opening.

The displaced people are being forced to take shelter wherever they can – even under bridges, and there are often not even blankets for them.

“I couldn’t bring anything with me,” refugee Sabria Suleiman told RT. “The only thing I have left is the children’s ID cards.”

Sabria’s and Ayham Suleiman fled with their family when radical Islamic State militants were attacking their settlement. They didn’t have time to take their belongings with them.

“We don’t really know what will happen. When we arrived here, we just followed other families to the school. We get no help from the authorities – we don’t even have blankets to keep us warm,” Marwan Murad Sabria, another member of the family, told RT.

Schools mostly stink, with garbage piling up, and there are few blankets and little food, RT’s Paula Slier, who is on the scene, said.

In its statement Wednesday, the UN stressed how grave the refugees’ plight is.

RT

Reblogged from libertariantimes