Kurdish Genocide Organization calls the world to stop genocide by terrorists
A number of Kurdish genocide activists in the UK call for an international action to stop the genocide that the Islamic State terrorists are conducting against Yezidi Kurds, Shabaka, Christians and Kakyee Kurds in Kurdistan and Iraq. The activists also call for punishing those who it such crimes.
The Kurdish Genocide Group, a group Kurdish activists and members of the UK parliament argue that there is a clear genocide against ethnic and religious minorities in Iraq and hence ask the international community to act immediately to stop this.
"Kurdish Genocide Group support the U.S. President Barack Obama, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, to support Kurdistan Region," reads a statement by the group. "We call on all the countries who have signed the 1948 Geneva Agreement and all members of the United Nation to act."
The statement identifies some specific action for those countries do including trying to immediately stop this genocide and put the doers to justice; form a fact-finding commission to investigate the case and collect evidences and documents about the genocide, and identify the articles of the Geneva Agreement according to which ISIS is proved of doing a genocide, and find out who is supporting and finding ISIS, who are directly and indirectly involved in these crimes against humanity and these minorities.
The statement explains that since Iraq and Syria are not part of the International Criminal Court, the UN Security Council filed a case at the court as a new case according to paragraph 13 B of the international court law, according to which the court has to immediately start investigation on the issue.
Regarding the call by the Kurdish Genocide Group for international action against the genocide by ISIS, the statement lists the members of the group and other activists and figures who have shown willingness to sign on the petition, on a personal basis.
A large number of the members of the Genocide Group have showed willingness to sign on a personal basis.
The Kurdish Genocide was founded in 2011 by the Kurdistan Regional Government KRG in the UK, and Bayan Sami Abdulrahman, the KRG UK Representative is the head of the group. The mission of the group is to achieve international recognition on the genocides that have been conducted against Kurds in the past.