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Puting a Traditional Yazidi Bracelet on the hand of a Da'esh Survivor

Enas Qasso21th Century

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Dazik, Yazidi traditional handmade bracelets, are a combination of spinning two strings of sheep’s wool, each separately, dyeing one of them in white, and the other in red; then spinning them together with the use of Tashi to get a single string of white and red combined. Yazidis wear Dazik around the neck or wrist.

Details

  • Title: Puting a Traditional Yazidi Bracelet on the hand of a Da'esh Survivor
  • Creator: Enas Qasso
  • Date Created: 21th Century
  • Location Created: Khanki, Duhok, Iraq
  • Type: Photography
  • Depicted Person: Na’am Qasim Khalaf

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