Monthly Archives: August 2014

Why U.S. should support independence for Kurds

Yazidi Kurd refugees By Sen. Conrad Burns (Ret.) In his first inaugural address, Ronald Reagan laid out his vision for re-establishing the United States as an “exemplar of freedom and a beacon of hope for those who do not now have … Continue reading

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The Shengal Tragedy and the Threat of Genocide

By Shakhawan Shorash The Yezidi Kurds (1), who have their own religion and faith, have always suffered oppression. They were on the verge of annihilation under the Ottomans and faced ethnic cleansing from the Arabization policies under the Ba’ath regime. … Continue reading

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