I recently attended a rally in Washington, DC to express my support for the Kurdish referendum in Kurdistan/Iraq. We enjoyed short speeches, pleasant music and joined hands in large circular dances to celebrate the Kurdish vote on independence from an overbearing partner, Arab Iraq. Kurds flocked from Tennessee, New Jersey, New York and even Canada.… Continue reading

From all the international hysteria, you would think that Kurds—one of the most brutally oppressed people on earth—were trying to unleash the deadly Bubonic Plague upon humanity. We aren’t—not even a common cold, barely a sneeze. We are merely saying we’d like to be free, as countless nations have craved over the centuries. We are… Continue reading