There is no event in recent Iraqi history which has been specifically labeled as the Iraqi Genocide. There have certainly been attacks on ethnic groups in Iraq within the last 70 years with the intent of severely crippling or eliminating these groups, but unless a particular group is specified (Kurds, Marsh Arabs, Jews, Shiites, etc.) dates are impossible to give.
Unfortunately, genocide has not been eradicated. The Persecution of Yazidis by ISIL is the most recently recognized genocide. It is occurring in 2015 in Iraq. The Persecution of Yazidis by ISIL refers to the genocidal persecution of the Yazidi people of Iraq, leading to their exile, the abduction of Yazidi women, and massacres of at least 5,000 Yazidi civilians, during what has been called a "forced conversion campaign" being carried out in Northern Iraq by…
Depends on what Genocide you are talking about. Over history, millions of groups of people have been subject to genocide. One of the most popular accounts of Genocide was the Holocaust between 1938 and 1945 where Hitler persecuted millions of Jewes as well as other people that he beleived were unfit to be a part of his master race. Recetly, former dictator of Iraq, Saddam Huisein wiped out the Kurds, a religious group in Iraq
The following are a list of genocides that have happened since 1965 (e.g. within the last 50 years) Cambodian genocide Red Terror of Ethiopia Nigerian Civil War Rwandan Genocide Post-20 September Movement of Indonesia al-Anfal Campaign of Iraq Burundi Genocide 1971 Bangladesh Atrocities Srebinca Massacre in Bosnia Falun Gong Massacres in China Yazidi and Assyrian Genocide in Iraq and Syria
The Darfur genocide never ended buddy. Simply type in "When did the Darfur genocide end" into Google, and you find a list of charities to donate to. You see those, but no date. why? because it never ended. Although the genocide had died down slightly over time, it is still going on today. the death toll has been estimated in the millions. It makes you really realize how lucky you are, doesn't it?