Kurdistan and The Kurds A Divided Homeland and a Nation without State

kurdistan and the kurds a divided homeland and a nation without state?

Kurdistan and The Kurds A Divided Homeland and a Nation without State
Author: Dr. Jawad Mella
Publisher: Western Kurdistan Association Publications
Publication date: 2005
ISBN: 9529951 7 4
Number of pages: 297
Format / Quality: PDF/excellent
Size: 2,91MB

Kurdistan and The Kurds A Divided Homeland and a Nation without State

The subject of this book is the Kurds and their homeland Kurdistan. The Kurds are an ancient people with a past full of political, scientific, literary, artistic and military activities. They participated in building numerous states and empires. Among them were born distinguished philosophers and thinkers as well as great leaders that served and are still serving the neighbouring peoples such as Arabs, Persians and Turks. These people resided and are still residing in a land that is considered the cradle of the human civilisation. Their homeland Kurdistan is rich with waters, oil, minerals, agricultural merchandises and animal products. However, the luck betrayed these people and the history dealt them a lousy deal so they were denied not only their own national state, but the simplest of human rights also. The devious powers divided them according to their greedy materialistic ambitions between artificial uncivilised states with barbaric bloodthirsty rulers who do not know the meaning of human rights or give any weight to justice or law.

Thus the Kurd is regarded a criminal as soon as he is born just because he is Kurdish, because the rules of dictators and laws of despotism would not allow the birth of humans as Kurds, as they would be created with the word guilty associated with them.

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