جولای, 2019

  • 1 جولای

    Lost in Iranian Ballyhoo: Is it Muslim Ban?

    The community of Iranians shape one of the largest share of immigrants in the US out of seven countries in the executive order. During recent visa ban on Iranian visa holders, the widespread hype has been orchestrated with tacit Persian influence over academia, officials, and professionals in the country. According …

مارس, 2018

  • 26 مارس

    Oil partitioned Kurdistan, covert agreements

    The origins of the Red Line Agreement can be traced back to the initial formation of the Turkish Petroleum Company (TPC) in 1912. The TPC was formed as a joint venture between Royal Dutch/Shell, the Deutsche Bank, and the Turkish National Bank, in order to promote oil exploration and production …

فوریه, 2017

  • 14 فوریه

    Ayyubid Confederation: Empire of Wisdom and Moral

    Introduction The Ayyubid or Ayyoubid Empire (Arabic:الأيوبيون, Kurdish: ئەیوبی) was the Kurdish dynasty of sultans founded by Saladin (Salah al-Din ibn Al-Ayubbi) about 1171 CE. It ruled Egypt, Palestine, Syria, most of Yemen, Diyar Bakr, Mecca, Hejaz, Kurdistan and Mesopotamia in the 12th and 13th centuries. In the cinema and …