'If we stay a secret, there will be a genocide'
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The secretive Kaka'i of Iraq are finally speaking out

The Kaka'i are a secretive religious minority in Iraq who usually avoid the cameras.

They have been persecuted by extremists in the region who consider them to be infidels, such as ISIS and al-Qaeda.

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  • 17 May 2019
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