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Who are the Kurds Most of us have heard about them but dont know who they are Are they a race a religion a country As we see from the following example even Europeans who are much closer to the Kurds still do not have a complete understanding of the Kurds or the middle east in general In the West the left and liberal minded people in general especially in the Scandinavian and Anglo-Saxon countries have usually supported or at least expressed some sympathy with the struggles against both European colonialism and US policies in Vietnam But as soon as the problem shifted to Biafra Southern Sudan Kurdistan or Eritrea - in short whenever the national question was raised within a third world country - this section of the public opinion has tended to remain silent and confuesed1 This lack of knowledge about the Kurds and Middle East in general is a major wall between resolution of the many problems that exist in the Middle East I would like to give you a better understanding of what it is to be Kurdish by describing to you the past and present condition of Kurdistan the state or territory that the Kurdish people populate A brief understanding of the history of the Kurdish people is all that is needed to successfully accretion just why we should be more involved and educated about the current political activities surrounding Kurdistan and the countries that infringe upon it The Kurdish people have the unfortunate distinction of being the only community of over 15 million in population that has not achieved some form of national statehood2 This is the problem that needs addressing people without a country There Kurds territory would be country consists of the mountainous regions
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