Stories of the American conquest of Native Americans with its solution of placing them on reservations were particularly popular in Germany early in the Twentieth Century including with Adolf Hitler [...]
The Kurds are one of the world’s largest peoples without a state, making up sizable minorities in Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. Their history is marked by marginalization and persecution […]READ MORE ”The Time Of The Kurds” (Documentary Film)
On January 20, the Turkish military began an invasion of the Kurdish-controlled Afrin region in northern Syria. Turkey’s government has declared that its operation aims…READ MORE From Cyprus to Syria: Turkey’s Continued Invasions
According to Inside Syria Media Center military sources in Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), SDF-Kurds will join the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) as “Northern Syria Protection units” after the establishment of the federal system in Syria […]READ MORE Kurdish Intentions to Join SAA: Secret Deal against the U.S.?
Moreover, it was only once the ISIS had captured Mosul and was firmly entrenched inside Iraq, that the US and its allies initiated two months later its “counter-terrorism” operation, allegedly against the ISIS […]READ MORE The Engineered Destruction and Political Fragmentation of Iraq
Like the destruction of the Ottoman Empire at the end of World War I, the destruction of Iraq that resulted from the 2003 U.S. invasion opened up a Pandora’s Box of potential territorial changes. Not the least of these was the possible creation of the state of Kurdistan […]READ MORE A State for the Kurds?
Presented in a panel discussion of a side event at the 36th UN Human Rights Council in Geneva: “The Destruction of Mosul” […]READ MORE The Destruction of Mosul: U.S. Crimes against Humanity in the Name of “Counterterrorism”
There are 15 million Kurds, representing nearly 18 percent of the Turkish population. Like their Turkish counterparts they are largely Sunnis, but their cultural distinction trumps their religious beliefs. They are fighting to preserve their ethnic identity, fearing that otherwise their culture and language would fade away and die […]READ MORE The Kurds Under Erdogan’s Tyrannical Governance
There are many the so-called “stateless nations” or better to say “stateless cultures” or “stateless ethnolinguistic groups” in the world with already highly developed mutual sense of common identity who do not have as a consequence of historical accidents their own states to represent them on the arena of global politics and international relations […]READ MORE The Kurds, Terrorism And Kurdistan