Thousands of Kurds were killed and another 100,000 were forced to flee from Saddam after Iran, US, and Israel withdrew their support.
Two years after the 74th massacre against Yazidis, the Kurdish minority sees no bright future ahead.
This letter was sent to Danish-Kurdish politician Serdal Benli (Socialist People’s Party) on February 8 by his journalist friend, Asya Tekin, who in the past two months was trapped in the besieged town of Cizre, Turkey. Translated to English by Alliance for Kurdish Rights: “Bostanci Road number 23, Cudi neighbourhood, Cizre … This is our new […]by Masih Sadat
The European Parliament has approved a resolution in which Daesh’ systematic killings of minorities in the Middle East, such as the killings of the Yezidi Kurds, has been recognised as genocides. The decision was adopted in Strasbourg and is the first time the European Parliament has recognized an ongoing conflict situation as a genocide. Furthermore, it was stated […]
The situation in Northern Kurdistan (Turkish Kurdistan) is right now very hectic and chaotic. After the last election, which resulted with the party of AKP (Justice and Development Party) winning, there has been many curfews (e.g. in Nusaybin and Silopi) and incidents with Turkish soldiers attacking civilians. Most of these attacks are located in Kurdish […]