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Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:23 pm

What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

Sadly I feel the answer in almost every instance is

    NOTHING
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Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:33 pm

Do you shame your pride in Kurdistan with non-Kurds?

Do you tell non-Kurdish neighbours about your homeland?

Do you share your culture/music/food etc with non-Kurds?

Do you listen to Kurdish music
or
Turkish/Arab music?

Do you watch Kurdish films
or
Turkish/Arab films?

Do you allow your children to watch Turkish TV?
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Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Oct 18, 2018 7:38 pm

6 years I have been I have been posting on here :ymparty:

I have had Kurdish friends and students, from all parts of Kurdistan, for more than 40 years

I have been involved in the running of 2 Kurdish community centres

Many of my friends have died fighting for an Independent Kurdistan

I, like most of my friends, believe in:

ONE PEOPLE - ONE FLAG - ONE KURDISTAN

Sadly, many Kurds are actively working against Kurdish unity

Many Kurdish leaders are actively trying to keep Kurds divided

Kurds need new leaders who are more interested in uniting Kurdistan than in their own aggrandisement

UNITY IS POWER

The worst of all is the removal of Western Kurdistan

The Democratic Federation of Northern Syria does NOT tell the world that this area is actually the western part of the Great Kurdish Nation

Western Kurdistan, an area torn from Kurdistan and further separated by the implementation of the Arab Belt. An area on Kurdish land invaded by Syrian Arabs and used to house Arabs, often removing Kurds from their property in order to do so

Western Kurdistan has been fighting for independence for a great many years. Indeed during the time of Tony Blair's government, member of the Western Kurdistan Government in exile met with Blair in an attempt to declare Independence

Shame on those Kurds who have denied Kurds from Western Kurdistan the right to proudly call their country

WESTERN KURDISTAN
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Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Oct 18, 2018 8:45 pm

What have YOU done to protect Hasankeyf???

When the destruction of Hasankeyf was being underwritten by UK funding, many Kurdish people for ALL parts of Kurdistan, along with a large number of supporters

We managed to obtain many famous supporters, obtain a lot of media coverage and remove UK support from the project

WE WON - WE STOPPED HASANKEYF BEING DESTROYED

But sadly, we were only able to prevent the building of the dam for a short time, until the Turkish government found other, non-UK funding

With all the MILLIONS of Kurds in Northern Kurdistan, it should have been simple to do what we in the UK managed to do with only a few hundred people X(

I find the lack of support from the Kurdish community in Northern Kurdistan to be SHAMEFUL

The fact is that Kurds are allowing Turkey to destroy the oldest, most famous and most bio-diverse area in Kurdistan, with a totally unique flora fauna

The entire dam project is barely legal under international law, as it enables Turkey to limit the water flow into neighbouring countries

I would like to point out that Hasankeyf, the oldest (12,00 years), continually occupied city in the entire world is being replaced by a dam with a lifespan of 50-60 years

WHERE IS KURDISH PRIDE ???
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