Posted January 07, 2019 17:50:08Aqsiqi is a group of people who have taken a stand against the violence in their hometown of Qamishli, Iran, and their campaign for political and social reform.
They have raised over $100,000 for the cause.
Aqsiyq are an ancient Shiite tribe who have lived in Iran since the 13th century.
They live in rural areas where the temperature can reach 90 degrees Celsius.
They work in agriculture and manufacture.
The Qamishais are mostly illiterate, and there is no internet in the area.
Qamsiyq is a nomadic people, living on their own in a nomad lifestyle, living in tents or mounds of dirt.
The Aqsiqs are considered to be one of the poorest ethnic groups in Iran.
They are often discriminated against and targeted by the state.
They are also targeted by an increasing number of Islamic State fighters in the region, with some claiming they are agents of the group.
Qamishlis are the largest ethnic group in Iran and are mostly Sunni Muslims.
They also make up the majority of the Aqsiqi population in the country.
Qamsiyqs children and grandchildren live in their villages.
Qasmi, the only female Aqsiyq from Qamishi, told Al Jazeera that her grandfather was the leader of the tribe and was the one who told her she was the rightful ruler.
“He was in my village for 10 years and I saw him when I was a little girl and he said, ‘you are the ruler of Qamsi’,” she said.
“I was not aware that Qamiskis are a Shia sect, but the Prophet Muhammad (saw) had said that they are the rightful rulers.
He said: ‘If they were a Sunni tribe, I would have given them the land, but they are a Qamsiqi tribe and therefore they are our rightful rulers.'”
As for why the Aqtissis are in Iran, she said: “They have lived there for thousands of years.
The reason why they were there is because of the Persian people’s hatred towards them.
They were persecuted by the Persians and their religion, and we did not know about it.
We knew about it only after the death of the Prophet (saw).”
They are in the midst of a revolution, but we are not going to give up because we do not know what is going to happen to us,” she added.
Qeshiq, a young woman, said she was an illiterate girl in the village when she heard about the AQsiq protest.
She said that she went to the Aqlash district to help out.
She helped the people of the village to build their homes and was one of their leaders.
She said: “‘I came to Qamisch to fight for the rights of the people.’
And I was able to help them in their struggle because of my family.
“Qamsiq, the youngest, said: [I] joined the resistance in order to give back to my people, and I joined the Aqaqi [Aqsyiq] to fight against injustice.
I have been doing this for 15 years and am now fighting for my own freedom.
Qaqsiq also said that despite the lack of internet in Iran’s villages, she is able to access social media and social media accounts on her phone.
She has a Facebook account, Twitter and Instagram.”
The situation is very difficult because we are a minority.
There is no one to help us.
We do not have access to education, health care, education, education for our children,” she said, adding that she would not take a position on any political issues.
We are not interested in any political situation. “
The people are the ones who should decide what is best for them.
We are not interested in any political situation.
We want to make our own choices and do our own things,” she told Aljazeera.
Qaisiq and QeshiQasimi, the two women who are currently leading the Azzaiq campaign, have been campaigning for their rights since 2014.
They began with a letter to the Prime Minister of Iran, Ali Akbar Velayati, and then started to gather signatures for a petition for a referendum on the issue.
The two women have said that the people have a right to decide for themselves if they want to remain in Iran or go to Syria.
The two women, who are both women, told the Iranian news agency Fars that the Iranian government should have given the referendum a chance.
“This is the same thing that happened in the United States when they gave a referendum in California and the American people chose to stay in their state,” they said.
“It is the right of the Iranian people to decide what