We should talk about the race and language and their geographic location and then about politics. Although the engagement of the UN in northern Iraq has necessarily also given continuity to the political cause of the Kurds, the question of Kurdish autonomy remains unresolved.
It wasn't such a bad idea.
User Diyako you are very neutral! We can have a separate page for Kurdish separatism all of its own. My example was perfectly fine. It is quite clear. Second, and probably most important, is that this conflict involves cultural geography. The leader of the country is also azeri. Add 1 cup of flour and process again until it is a smooth texture.
Serve warm or at room temperature. Again, where are your sources that Kurds are Iranians? Here one of the most important things If not the most important one is citiation and providing credible and neutral sources not our POV. That is only the tip of the sharks fin too.
And you cannot dismiss a proposed change just because it's proposed by someone you don't like. Heja Helweda, why don't you take a look at the points already mentioned and discussed without proper consideration by the anti-Iranian editors?
With the formation of Turkey inKemal Ataturk, the new Turkish President, threw out the treaty and denied the Kurds their own state. Revolts did occur sporadically but only in with the uprising led by Sheik Ubeydullah did the Kurds as an ethnic group or nation make demands.
Third, the mythological villain known as Azhi Dahak, from Shahname and the Avesta, was a myth even during the time of the prophet Zoroaster.
User Aucaman you are one of the problems on this site! What's interesting about all these so called pro-Kurdish separatist editors is that their edits are entirely directed against Iran. I'm assuming you have some reasons for what you say, but it's not really relevant to the discussions we're having here both of these users have not been really active here.
Looking Ahead to the Future Looking at the current state of the conflict, the end does not seem to be near. It does not label Kurds as Iranian but it does mention that their language is of the Iranian branch in the beginning of the article.
The Kurds, on the other hand, have political problems of their own. I'm willing to go with the above compromise.
Whether or not there should be an independent Kurdish state is not the first thing to mention while defining Kurdish people. Kurdish, although incomprehensible to most other Iranians, is an Iranian language. The idea of minority does not legaly exist in Iran based on ethnic lines.
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Serve warm or at room temperature. Kurds are ethnic Iranians! Acuman only pretends to compromise when in reality he undermines. Another Kurdish statesman, Ganj Ali Khanwas close friends with Abbas I, and served as governor in various provinces and was known for his loyal service.
Kurds twice had their own controlled free area without government control: Turkey suppressed Kurdist revolts in, and —, while Iran in the s suppressed Simko Shikak at Lake Urmia and Jaafar Sultan of the Hewraman region, who controlled the region between Marivan and north of Halabja.Today, Kurds are the largest ethnic group in the world without a state of their own.
They are unevenly distributed between Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Armenia and Azerbaijan. If the Middle East map were to be redrawn to give the Kurds their own boundaries, Kurdistan would be as large as France, stretching oversquare miles.
More Kurds live in Turkey than anywhere else. They are the second-largest ethnic group in Turkey, Iraq, and Syria. They are the third-largest group (after Azerbaijanis) in Iran.
since more than a century, Europeans states and USA promised the Kurds their own national country but never kept their promises and many times betrayed the Kurdish. Kurds - A People Without a State Introduction Of all the ethnic groups in the world, the Kurds are one of the largest that has no state to call their own/5(1).
Kurds - A People Without a State Introduction Of all the ethnic groups in the world, the Kurds are one of the largest that has no state to call their own.
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Kurds - A People Without a State Introduction Of all the ethnic groups in the world, the Kurds are one of the largest that has no state to call their own.Download