Aug 9, 2015 When the brutal war of Turkish aggression against the Kurds ends one day, what will you say of your friends who died fighting the Kurds? When you go back to your homes in Konya, Ankara, Bolu and Bursa—like your ancestors did when they were ejected from Greece, Bulgaria, Lebanon and Syria—will you… Continue reading
Aug 9, 2015 Kürt halkına karşı Türklerin bu zalim savaşı bir gün bittiğinde, Kürtlerle savaşırken ölen arkadaşlarınız için ne diyeceksiniz? Atalarınız Yunanistan’dan, Bulgaristan’dan, Lübnan ve Suriye’den çekildiğinde evlerine döndükleri gibi, siz de Konya’daki, Ankara’daki, Bolu ve Bursa’daki evlerinize döndüğünüzde “Yaşadığım her şeye değermiş” diyebilecek misiniz? Bir Türk şairi hayatlarını kaybeden arkadaşlarınızın mezarı üstüne şöyle yazarsa… Continue reading
I hope there is a John Brown roaming around somewhere in Turkey—one who hates supremacy of Turks over the Kurds as much as John Brown detested the slavery of blacks in America. Continue reading
The so-called nuclear “peace” agreement negotiated with Iran has generated lots of diplomatic niceties—but little substance. Continue reading
Her abductors wanted this little girl dead.
Her crime: she was born a Kurd!
The man who held her fate in his evil hand hated Kurdish people. Continue reading
From Rudaw.net June 15, 2015 There is a statue of Woodrow Wilson in Prague, Czech Republic. There is a statue of Bill Clinton in Pristina, Republic of Kosovo. There should be one of you, in Hawler, Kurdistan. Before telling you why, permit me thank you for honoring President Barzani of Kurdistan at the White House… Continue reading
Jun 6, 2015 It has been more than 3,000 years since the Greeks gave the world a new word: “Trojan Horse,” which has come to mean cagy deception. That’s because the Greeks—after failing to defeat Troy during a ten-year siege—left a huge wooden horse, as if they were offering a grand tribute to the victorious… Continue reading
By KANI XULAM 5/12/2013 “He that once enters at a tyrant’s door becomes a slave, though he were free before.” Sophocles To be sure, Jeladet Ali Bedir Xan (hereafter Jeladet) was not the one who entered the tyrant’s door. His grandfather Mir Bedir Xan did in 1847. He was the hereditary ruler of Botan, a… Continue reading