A Visit to a Yazidi Temple The Yazidis are a small sect whose members live an isolated life in the mountains of Kurdistan. They have survived for centuries as an often persecuted minority, surrounded by much larger Muslim and Christian populations.
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A Visit to a Yazidi Temple

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A Visit to a Yazidi Temple

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A Visit to a Yazidi Temple

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The Yazidis are a small sect whose members live an isolated life in the mountains of Kurdistan. They have survived for centuries as an often persecuted minority, surrounded by much larger Muslim and Christian populations.