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OpEdNews Op Eds    H3'ed 10/15/17

What's wrong with the Kurds?

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Most of the time people are asking me 'what's wrong with the Kurds?' After thinking about this question for many years as the author of 'the history of the Kurdish people' book, I believe that the question must be going through analyses by me first before answering.

In America visiting good doctors, they want to do blood examination before telling you about your illness. After finding the illness the doctor will recommend action to be taken to cure the symptoms of a disease. In third-world countries, they give medicine and hope will cure the patient. And they repeat treatment randomly and hope the disease will go away. It works sometimes and does not do much most of the time.

In last 12 years of research, I read many books and documents to be able to write 'the history of the Kurdish people'. I found out the descendant of King Kuru, the ruler of Kurukshetra (Medes), had very good experience to lead forefather of Kurds for thousands of years. And Sassanid Empire founder as the descendant of Kuru had very good education about the history of his forefather to be able to build such empire.

Today so many leaders lead Kurdistan without education about Kurdish people's history. Since the fall of Sassanid Empire, most of the so-called Kurdish leaders were ignorance about Kurdish people's history. They failed one by one to bring Kurds peace and freedom.

Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan is the only leader who has done research and written many books to mobilize Kurds and organize them successfully. He was not ashamed to write that he does not have access to information to find out the relationship between Kurds and Hebrew Jews' histories. Indeed, successful leaders want to know others before depending on them or fighting them. A leader must know enemies and friends to make decisions.

The current Kurdish leaders are mostly without knowledge about enemies and friend of Kurds. But they are making decisions randomly like third-world country's doctors.

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Hamma Mirwaisi was exposed to the oppression of Kurds while still a youth, as his education was frequently interrupted by Iraqi government harassment. Forbidden from entering university in 1968, he had little choice but to join the peshmerga (more...)

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