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From Poet to Vice President

October 22, 2019 The Vice President Old Executive Office Building Washington, DC 20501 Dear Mr. Vice President, I consider it …

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We Will Choose Our People

Mazloum Abdi The world first heard of us, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), amid the chaos of our country’s civil …

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A Kurdish Girl’s Lonely Death

Kani Xulam Text remarks delivered on February 18, 2016 at the Woman’s Club of Roland Park, Baltimore, Maryland. We are all gathered …

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Jailed for singing in Kurdish

Turkey claims that she does not hate Kurds but hate terrorists. This for many Kurds in Turkey would not be …

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Peace for Syria and a “New Kurdistan” as Regional Stabilizing Factor?

The US will withdraw her troops from Syria. Will they really? – Let’s take Trump at his word, just for …

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Why Turkey’s Kurdish strategy will remain ineffective

More than 12,000 Kurds live in the camp, located on a slope of the Qarachokh Mountains. How they ended up …

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The Rojava revolution was made by a struggling people, not American bombs

Matt Broomfield reports from Rojava Last night I slept in a Kurdish friend’s house here in Rojava. His daughter, brash …

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Jail for saying “don’t let children die”

Ayse Celik, a teacher living in the city of Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey, will go to prison on April 20 …

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Missing Kurdish Groom

A groom was arrested on his way to his wedding, in Turkeys Diyarbekir province. The groom was accused of insulting …

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Turkey may attack Tal Rifaat to expel Kurds

BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:50 P.M.) – Turkey is actively seeking to have the Russian military kick out the Kurdish-led YPG forces …

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