Majid Sedo fled to the Netherlands in October because it is still not safe for Iraqis in Iraq. Today he was told by IND that he will not be granted asylum in Holland.
"What shall I say? I have been rejected, but I can not believe it," he replies. "Rejected by the government despite
the kills of us and our families. People were kidnapped, children were taken. After everything I've tried,
I can not believe in rejection. "
According to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (IND), Yazid refugees in camps in Kurdistan can count on sufficient shelter and food and therefore return safely.
Wahhab Hassoo, also Jazidi, fled to Holland in 2012 with his family. Because his father works for the Americans, he is allowed to stay in Holland. Hasso finds it incomprehensible that the Netherlands is now rejecting applications for asylum from other Jesids. "They say it's safe, but Jezidi's flights are not for nothing."
Hassoo mentions Germany as an example. "Here they have a special program for Jazidis, including trauma treatments and we receive asylum there. none of this. "