Fras Sardar and Arkan Hussein are the two Ezidis persons who were stabbed to death on April 8 and 10 in Germany.
The two persons who stabbed them to death are arrested and will be tried.
Arkan Hussein, 15, was killed in a knife attack in the city of Cell in Germany on April 8. After two days and on April 10, Fras Sardar, 31, was also stabbed to death.
Both of them immigrated to Germany in 2014 after the Islamic State group (IS) took over Sinjar, the Ezidi town in Nineveh province.
Arkan Hussein, who is originally from Bork village in Sinjar, was attacked on his bicycle near to his house in Celle. He died before being hospitalized.
According to people who were close to Hussein, the person who killed him is mentally unstable and is arrested. He will be tried.
Nayf Hassan, one of the close friends of Hussein, told KirkukNow, “Hussein used to live in a camp, his family’s financial status was very bad. He immigrated to Germany with the hope of a better and peaceful life.”
“He experienced a misery life until he arrived in Germany. Unfortunately, he died there and lost that chance.”
The murderer of Hussein has been arrested and has been under investigation, according to Hassan.
Fras Sardar, who is a father of four children and is from disputed Shekha district, Nineveh province, was stabbed to death in his car.
Sardar had a barbershop and was killed by a Syrian refugee, who has been arrested.
A source from Sardar’s family told KirkukNow the wife of the perpetrator has also been arrested, and both will be put on trial.
Lawyer Dawran Khalil, who observes the Ezidi cases abroad, is familiar with the incident. “The killer of Arkan Hussein was caught in the place of the attack by people, and later he was transported to the police station, but it is revealed that the perpetrator is not mentally stable.”