This essay is about three aspects “the difference between the foundations of national identity in Iran and other countries with Kurdish inhabitants,” “the close relation of ethnic and racial identities of the Kurds to the rest of Iran,” and the “cultural and political approach of the Iranian government towards the Kurds” and shows that how the Kurds of the region have left far from their original identity.
According to the news and analytics outlet of Islamic World News 13 Arab and 7 Turkmen Party of Kirkuk boycotted the referendum in Kirkuk due to the illegality, and they asked the citizens of Kirkuk not to attend the referendum.
Dr. Tim Anderson is a Senior Lecturer in Political Economy at the University of Sydney. He researches and writes on development, human rights and self-determination in the Asia-Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East.
I have finished the reading of Mark Taliano’s upsetting and comforting book “dedicated to the people of Syria, all of whom are on the frontlines against international terrorism”.
By Muhammad Ali Carter
Robert Carter is an English journalist and political commentator based in London, UK. Robert, who also goes by his Muslim name, Muhammad Ali Carter, specialises on Middle Eastern culture, politics and history as well as the current affairs of the global Muslim world.
Groups of Inhabitants of Fu’ah and Kafraya continue protesting.
Don’t forget Fu’ah and Kafraya…
ISIS has released a 12 minutes long video about its training facilities in its self-proclaimed province of Al-Bayda.
The recent developments in central Syria have paved the way for the Syrian military and their allies to reach areas in the region that were once securely under the Islamic State’s (ISIL) control. However, with the Syrian Arab Army’s recent advance in the southern countryside of Al-Raqqa, the prospect of a complete victory against the […]
Political discourse is important in media and politics, especially the definitions of the words that we use in discourse. In Nicaragua v. United States (1984), the International Court of Justice established many principles of international law that apply to the current situation in Syria and I suspect that if this case were tried today with […]
Today, we have certain problems within the world of Islam. We are suffering from the bloodshed, and there are deadly confrontations today. Yemen serves as an example. These issues should receive more attention. The truth is that today, the Islamic Ummah is suffering from numerous problems. Certain wounds have been and continue to be inflicted […]