RIMAK International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 2 Area: Sociology

271
Hind Kamil KHUDAIR
SEX BETWEEN THE FRAGMENTATION OF IDENTITY AND THE CONTINUATION OF THE PATTERN YAZIDI WOMEN AS A MODEL (STUDY IN LIGHT OF CULTURAL CRITICISM)
 
There is no doubt that cultural criticism as a holistic term is a field of knowledge, and a reality in which the cultural system takes a central and pivotal unit, and as it is known - culture floats on its surface a system of many ideological systems and systems, in terms of (gender, religion, language, race, etc.) Of the other systems), and most of these concepts are driven and nourished by the pattern, that pattern deposited in a society, a country, or the mentality of human culture, and then its impact appears evident on the consumers of the system as individuals or society. The (female) pattern of gender is ancient, as old as the pre-Islamic life, its idea and its alphabet coexisted, for when the tribe's wars quelled a victory over the other, she was captivated and captured, and as a development for other eras women began to sell in the markets that culture nourished by the pattern of its eternity and its contents and is still arrogant to this day Our souls. represented by an independent mythological framework by itself, the rule of minorities as drawn by the institutional culture is a consumption that is reproduced according to contexts including religious, political, economic and others, describing minorities as an ethnic characteristic and a numerically inferior group, and accordingly the Yazidi sect was treated during the ISIS war in Iraq (where this The sect used to live in the northern regions of it) in the most cruel manner, as their blood and their women were permitted Describing that these are infidels and apostates from the religion of Islam - according to the ISIS belief - and then they are permitted to control and dominate them, and accordingly the Yazidi women met the exclusion and torture that they were raped and sold for many times in the slavery market, and the culture of collective struggle was practiced on them that they adopted in excluding these The sect, and exploited the Yazidi women in acts of slavery and slavery, and then they were killed, displaced and lost.

Keywords: Minorities, Identification, The Different, Extermination

http://dx. doi. org/10. 47832/2717-8293. 2-3.28
 
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