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The perpetrators were the members of the Ba'athist regime. The leader of the regime was Saddam Hussein
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Khmer Rouge under Pol Pot's guidance.
The intention is to destroy (that is kill, murder, wipe out) an entire people, ethnic group, race or nation - or at least a very large section of one.
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This is a very tricky question to answer as it is still part of hisorical debate. Though, I believe those with most political power, mainly Hutu, were the initial orchestrator…s. The political allies of President Habayarimana, and even his wife, went on the offensive after his death. They feared their own loss of power due to his death and negotiations between rivals to end political disputes in Rwanda, so they activated the murder of political enemies and members of the Tutsi tribe(as their main rival, the RPF, were a Tutsi dominated military force). The political leaders made scapegoats of the Tutsi and actively encouraged their murder by the setting up of Hutu militias, most prominently the Interahamwe, and spreading anti-Tuttsi propaganda. Local administrators forced members of Hutu, through bribery,fear and threats, to slaughter their fellow countrymen, the Tutsi. It is important to remember that though there was some racial tension between the two tribes, they had for decades co-existed and even intermarried, the racist element was something created by a manipulative and powereful political elite. It is also very important to bear in mind that not all Hutu took part, in fact most didn't and many saved the lives of numerous Tutsi. To sum up, the perpertrators on the ground were militias created by the political elite and everyday members of the Hutu race/tribe forced to act in such a way. But the orchestrators and enacters of the genocide were the political allies of Habayarimana trying to maintain their power and status. Though my opinion is only one interpretation, I believe it to be in line with current hisorical opinions of the genocide.
Answer 1 Because kurdish people want to get their freedom , and have their own land not associated with arabs . So saddam regime genocide them so as to get rid of th…e kurdish people and dont ask for their freedom any more but it just make it worse . Answer 2 the main time of the Kurdish Genocide was in 1988 when the Iraqi people bombed many Kurdish lands. The Kurdish people were a vast population, but they did not have a state of their own. Because of this they resided in many mid eastern countries. this angered the Iraqi government and a plan broke out to punish all Kurds. At first it was just taking all the men above the age of 13 and killing them, then it resorted to using poison gas to bomb many towns. this killed thousands of innocent Kurds all because of their religion.
The main perpetrator(s) was the Ottoman political party at the time called the Community for Union and Progress (CUP) and the "butcher battalions" that the hired to cover up t…heir involvement in the massacres. Party Leaders include, Mehmet Talaat, Ismail Enver, and Ahmed Jemal.
The Yugoslav Army, and Serbs
The Iraq genocide represents a series of events in which US Marines and the British Armed Forces systematically executed civillian personell at the time during and just after …the Gulf war. The whole genocide was later pushed under the rug by State Department and CIA.
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The Anfal Campaign, which is the largest Kurdish genocide in recent history, was perpetrated by Saddam Hussein's Iraq. However, there have been more minor massacres perpetrate…d by the Turkish, Iranian, and Syrian governments. Currently, there are genocidal targetings of Kurdish religious minorities (like the Yazidi) by the ISIL.
The victims of the holocaust were mainly the Jews of all nations, Poles, Gypsies, indeed, any race the Germans considered sub-human and non-Aryan. The perpetrators were Hi…tler and the Nazis.
Many members of the Serbian-Supported Bosnian Serb leadership, namely Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, and Bosnian Serbs like Vujadin Popovic, Milan Gvero, Drago Niko…lic, and others.