Kurdistan Referendum: ‘Divide and Rule Policy’ against the Islamic Countries

By Sajjad Shaukat Controversial referendum which was held on September 25, 2017 for an independent Kurdistan, with approximately 93 percent in favour of independence, heightened tensions in Iraq and among its neighbouring countries, including other Islamic countries. In this regard, on June 7, 2017, Kurdish President Masoud Barzani had held a meeting with the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), the Patriotic ...

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The Kurds’ Struggle Goes Political in Turkey

Aliza Marcus The new face of the Kurdish rebel fight in Turkey could easily be Zeynep, a thirty-year-old university graduate with a full-time management job in Diyarbakir, the unofficial capital of the Kurdish southeast. Born in Bingol Province, in the mountains where rebels of the PKK (the Kurdistan Workers’ Party) regularly battle Turkish soldiers, she moved to western Turkey for university. There, she jo ...

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