The mother of martyr Qehreman Cicek Sultana Sa`eed Xelef expressed her opposition to the deal against Shengal and said it targeted other crimes. On October 9, 2020, the Iraqi Federal Government and the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the KDP, announced that an agreement had been reached between the two sides without taking into account the will of the Shengali people, who have experienced terrible massacres and injuries from ISIS mercenaries due to the desert of both sides. Mustafa Kadhimi, the Iraqi prime minister, “sponsored a historic agreement that will strengthen federal authority in Sinjar under the Constitution over governance and security,” tweeted Ahmed Mullah Talal, the Iraqi prime minister`s spokesman. For her part, Sakina Mahmoud, mother of the martyr Azad, made it clear that she would never accept the sending of armed forces to Shengal, neither from the Iraqi government nor from the Kurdistan Democratic Party, and said: “The agreement was orchestrated by the Turkish occupation to implement its plans and deploy agents and with mit in the region. destroy the region and destroy the people.” It is highly unlikely that all forces present in Sinjar will respect the agreement, Higel warned. The agreement was reached between the two sides following a visit by Necirvan Barzani to Turkey, coinciding with the 21st anniversary of the international plot against leader Abdullah Öcalan, with the aim of leading a larger one. Emin Eliko evaluated the agreement signed between Baghdad and Hewler on Shengal and said the agreement was planned by the Turkish state and implemented by the KDP. “In its current form, it is unlikely that all armed forces excluded from the agreement will comply unless there are negotiations on the implementation process,” Higel said. Sultana wondered, saying, “Where were the two sides when Shengal was open to ISIS massacre? Both sides fled and abandoned the people there,” Sultana assured: “We would support Shengal against such an agreement.” Eliko stressed that the Baghdad-Hewler agreement will not benefit anyone and continued: “The purpose of this agreement is to create confusion within the Yazidi community. When Shengal was liberated from ISIS gangs, the Yazidi community formed its own autonomous administration. The PDP should take this into account. We hope that they will adopt their national nature as soon as possible and serve the just cause of the Kurdish people. Everyone knows that this deal means selling the Yazidis. “The agreement aims to facilitate the return of more than 200,000 internally displaced people who are still in camps and to unite the government to enable reconstruction,” Lahib Higel, senior Iraq analyst at the International Crisis Group (ICG), told MEE.
The agreement, signed on October 9, aims to normalize security and governance in Sinjar and create a new police force in the northwestern region, still in a state of recovery from the ISLAMIC State group`s attack in 2014. Other details of the deal are the return of displaced people, the election of a new mayor – as well as the joint management of other administrative posts – and the reconstruction of the district after the Daesh massacre in 2014. Although the agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the expulsion of PKK terrorists from Iraq`s Sinjar province is positive, the lack of a clear policy of Iraq and Iran on the future of the group has led them to military aggression against occupied Nagorno-Karabakh and the Azerbaijani people. . . .