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雅茲迪

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雅茲迪庫爾德語ÊzidîtîÊzidî阿拉伯文يزيدي‎/ايزيدي)係一個民族,原居美索不達米亞北部(佢哋嗌Ezidkhan,「雅茲迪嘅地方」噉解),有自己獨特嘅宗教信仰[1][2][3][4][5][6]。佢哋通常唔同外人通婚[7]。同外人通婚嘅雅茲迪會畀人認為自動改信佢配偶嘅宗教,所以就冇得再話自己係雅茲迪[8][9]。根據聯合國難民署嘅報告,雅茲迪同第啲庫爾德人,對於雅茲迪係咪同庫爾德人同族,定係自成獨立民族,冇定論[10][11][12]

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  11. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (April 2009). "Page 173: It further said that it had received reports that members of minority groups were allegedly forced to identify themselves as Kurdish or Arab in order to obtain access to education or health services.". UNHCR Eligibility Guidelines for Assessing the International Protection Needs of Iraqi Asylum-Seekers (英文). Geneva: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
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