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Yezidi is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Yezidi books and related discussion.

Suggested Pdf Resources

The Yezidi Kurds and Assyrians of Georgia
Iraq's Yezidis
YEZIDI MINORITY IN THE TRANSCAUCAUSUS. (ARMENIA, GEORGIA . 3 Numbers and Current Geographical Distribution of Yezidis .....
Healing Practices among the Yezidi Sheikhs of Armenia
Yezidi religion and society

Suggested News Resources

Yezidis find it hard to make a living in Erbil
Young Yezidi men come to Erbil hoping to find a job that will help them support their families, but low-paying opportunities mean they sometimes have a hard time paying their own way. Walid Abd, 24 is a Yezidi Kurd from Sheikhan district in Mosul.
Scuffle between Armenians and Yezidis not an ethnic clash
Scuffle between Armenians and Yezidis which broke out in one of Armenia's regions was not of an ethnic character, head of Union of World Yezidis Aziz Tamoyan told Armenian
Background Notes : Armenia
Ethnic groups: Armenian 97.9%; Yezidi 1.3%; Russian, Greek, and other 0.
Kurdistan had more than 1 million religious tourists in 2010
Yezidi men and women perform rituals as tourists gather around in a Yezidi temple in Lalish, in Duhok province, in this file photo from Oct. 11, 2006.
Zareh Tjeknavorian Delves into Mystical, Historical Armenia
His interest in occultism and GI Gurdjieff drew him to the Yezidis and their unique religion. He did a lot of research on them and shot footage, including informal oral histories.

Suggested Web Resources

Yazidi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Yazidi (also Yezidi, Kurdish: ئێزیدی or Êzidî) are members of a Kurdish religion with ancient Indo-Iranian roots. - A Humanitarian Organization -
Sacred Books and Traditions of the Yezidiz Index
disinformation | the yezidi: the angelick cultus in the middle east
A detailed article with cited sources on the Yezidi and their religion.
YEZIDIS | People | Armenia Travel, History, Archeology & Ecology
The Yezidi never wear the colour blue. They are not allowed to eat lettuce.

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