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Commentary

“Kurdish Activist Tells Students of Threatened Culture” by Perla Trevizo, 10/26/09 (pdf file)

“An Open Letter to a Turkish Journalist” by Kani Xulam, 08/13/07

“An Open Letter to the President of the United States of America” by Kani Xulam, 07/27/07

“Turkish Elections; Kurdish Woes” by Kani Xulam, 07/22/2007

“What is Happening in Turkish-Kurdistan?” by Kani Xulam, 09/03/05

An Open Letter to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk 02/24/05

“An American and Uncle Omar” by David Allred and Kani Xulam, 12/21/04

“An Open Letter to Uncle Omar of Halapja” by Kani Xulam, 12/03/04

“Is it Possible, I Wonder That for Us too, a Star Will Emerge Out of the Firmament, Ehmede Xani?” by Kani Xulam, 07/22/04

“That If Gold Rust, What Then Will Iron Do?” by Kani Xulam, 07/04/04

A Thousand Sighs, A Thousand Revolts: Journeys in Kurdistan, A New Book by Christiane Bird,” 05/12/04

A National Day of Remembrance, for Qamishli, Syrian Occupied Kurdistan

SIGNS — Suggestions

An Open Letter to Prime Minister Recep T. Erdogan, by Kani Xulam, 02/08/04

A Little Bit of Discomfort, by Kani Xulam, 01/25/04

Introduction to English Edition of Turkey’s Dissident Writer Ismail Besikci’s Book, International Colony Kurdistan, by Kani Xulam, 12/28/03

Kurdish Conference Conclusions and Recommendations, by Muhammed Ahmed, 09/16/03

Turkey and its Hezbollah and the Kurds

We Must Never Take Democracy for Granted

Declaration of Writers, Nobel Laureates, and Artists

Crisis in Turkey by Haluk Gerger

Will Spring Ever Come to Turkey

Red Cross Letter to AKIN

Second Open Letter to the Turkish Ambassador

Open Letter to the Turkish Ambassador

Help Quake Victims!

Iraqi Kurdistan — Stillborn From a Distance

Turkey’s New Acid Test: The Trial of Ocalan

“Can’t you hear me?” A poem for Nejla Coskun

To be a Kurd in Turkey

Pusher in the Rye

One First Lady Stands Up For Peace

Ocalan Declares Cease-Fire

Pacifica News Network Interview with Kani Xulam

The War With Iraq and a Kurdish Perspective

Separation is Such a Grief

Prison No. 5: Eleven Years in the Turkish Jail” – Book Review

Kani Xulam on Pacifica Radio

Television Nation

S.O.S. Pamphlet

“The Leyla Zana Case”, The Washington Post

“Dr. Haluk Gerger Interview with CBC” by Joan Melancon

House of Lords Debates Turkey’s Human Rights Record

“Free Leyla Zana”, Interview with Voice of America

Jose Ramos Horta, Nobel Peace Laureate, Speaks for Leyla Zana’s Freedom

The Follies of the Kurds

Northern Iraq: Turkish Incursion

Turkey’s Kurdish Policy in the Nineties

The Suffering of the Kurds

Clancy Lends His Pen to the Cause of Barbarity!

Half Mast at Atrush

The Story – Tragedy – of a Turkish Soldier in the Mountains of Kurdistan

“Indict the Butcher of Bagdad!

The Dark Cloud Over Turkey

For a Kurd, Turkish Democracy Means Terrorism – Interview with an ARGK Commander, Cemil Bayik

An Israeli-Kurdish Conflict

Disappearances – An Alarming Trend

The European Parliament Resolution on Turkey

The Turkish National Security Council Okayed the Death Squads

Remembering Leyla Zana

The PKK: Freedom Fighters or Terrorists?

Your Eyes Smile To Our Liberation

An Accident Reveals the Complicity of Turkish State with the Mafia

How To Kill A Political Party

Muhammed Was Born 6 Days Too Late

A Washington Arrest

A Punch-Up Culture

Mrs. Clinton at Topkapi Palace

Campaign Of Lies

Who Committed The Guclukonak Massacre?

No Time Left

Why The Surprise?

Turkey’s War Crimes

Jiyan Means Life in Kurdish; In English, Death Will Do

Of Iraq and Its Newspapers: A Kurdish Perspective

Between Iraq and A Hard Place

First the Jews; Then the Kurds; Will the Americans be Next?

The Dictates of Nonviolence, the Kurds, and the Coming War

Newroz In the Shadow of War

The Kurdish Question in the Middle East: the Plight of the Kurds in Iraq

The Kurds: God’s Illegitimate Children

Global Q&A: Iraq’s Kurdish Opposition

The Prostitution of Freedom and the Kurds

Regime Change and the Kurds

Of Clowns and Their Designs

Of Saddam Hussein and His Work