Should the U.N. call for a Kurdish sovereign homeland, aren't they more deserving than the Palestinians?
Turkey Seeks Iraq's Help Against Kurdish Rebels
Published September 09, 2011 | Associated Press
Plight of the Kurds
Written by statesmen (From the US:) Dr. Benjamin Spock, Professor Gerald Holton, Professor Stanley Hoffmann, Professor Morris Halle, Professor Salvador Luria, Professor Howard Zinn, George and Ruth Wald, Professor Robert Cohen, Professor Everett Mendelsohn, Noam Chomsky. (From France:) S. de Beauvoir, G. Chaliand, J.-M. Domenach, R. Lafont, M. Leiris, E. Morin, M. Rodinson, J.-P. Sartre, L. Schwartz, Vercors, P. Vidal-Naquet in 1975.
The situation in Kurdistan has taken a tragic turn. The Kurdish people are fighting because they reject the policy of Arab-ification and the amputation of the richest half of their territory. The Kurdish people are being isolated and oppressed by the states in the region in an attempt to find a final solution to the "Kurdish problem". The Kurdish people have been held hostage for over 40 years.
- MagpieRhinoLv 69 years agoFavorite Answer
Im sure I heard somewhere that most Kurds in Iraq want autonomy in a federal state, but not complete independence, not sure if its true?
But I completely get your point, to paraphrase what a (Iranian) Kurdish activist once said, the kurds get ignored because they dont launch massive terrorist attacks in Europe, and the implications of that are really quite sad.
But why does everyone get so worked up about palestine, but ignores Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabakh, Somaliland, the Karens in Burma, North-West Cameroon, Transnistria, West Papua, Cabinder...?
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- checkmateLv 69 years ago
Of course the Kurds deserve freedom just as much as the Palestinians but of course, it was America that sold Saddam Hussein the chemical weapons that he subsequently used on the Kurds and the Marsh Arabs. I wish you could be consistent in your campaigns.
- Anonymous9 years ago
The KURDS URGENTLY NEED FREEDOM. ANY KURD READING THIS I WOULD SAY:
STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHT. YOU HAVE SEEN WHAT CAN HAPPEN IN TUNSIA AND LIBYA AND EGYPT.
YOU WILL NEVER HAVE A BETTER CHANCE AT INDEPENCE THAN NOW.
GO TO THE STREETS AND FORM FREEDOM GROUPS. HIT AND RUN TACTICS ARE THE BEST AGAINST A LARGER ENEMY AS WAS THE CASE IN EGYPT
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- 9 years ago
no it would destabilize the area