The Iraqi government announced on the 10th that it will excavate the Al-Khasfa cemetery in the desert area of Nineveh province in the north. It was formed after a meteorite fell thousands of years ago. Now it has become accumulated bones.
It is estimated that there are more than 2,000 corpses slaughtered by the Islamic State. I hope that the international community can support it and give the civilians an explanation.
According to foreign media reports, the cemetery in Nineveh Province is by far the largest and bloodiest cemetery.
To dig up all these corpses, tens of thousands of people must be mobilized and international support is required. I hope that other countries can watch and help.
Iraqi Minister Saad Al-Abdali said that these corpses were thrown down vertically from a height, accumulating thousands of people. Their remains and bones are all mixed together.
It is difficult. Identifying the characteristics and identities of the victims and sending their bodies back to their hometown is a big project, and it is also a big test for the Iraqi government.
The study pointed out that the Islamic State organization once occupied one-third of Iraq’s territory in 2014. With the support of the United States’ coalition forces, the Iraqi government has continued to regain lost ground and announced the defeat of the Islamic State in 2017.
However, there are still some Islamic State activists from time to time. To launch an attack. An Iraqi official revealed that the team that had worked in the mass graves had planned to dig this large cemetery.