Kurdistan

Stephen Mansfield: THE MIRACLE OF THE KURDS

November 5, 2014 0

The Remarkable Story of Hope Reborn in Northern Iraq They are the largest people group in the world without a homeland of their own. Despised and persecuted the world over, they even call themselves “the […]

Kurdistan

YPG liberated Mistenur hill in south-east Kobani

November 5, 2014 0

November 5, 2014 Fierce clashes between YPG/YPJ and Islamic State forces continue on the 52nd day of the battle of Kobane. For weeks the fighting has been ongoing on the Eastern and Southern borders with […]

Kurdistan

5 villages and 23 hamlets liberated in Serêkaniyê

November 5, 2014 0

November 5, 2014 The newly launched offensive by Kurdish YPG/YPJ fighters in east Serêkaniyê on November 3 is continuing. According to a statement released by YPG press office about the ongoing offensive against ISIS, the […]

International

Kurdish-German footballer Deniz Naki attacked in Ankara

November 5, 2014 0

Rodi Hevian Kurdish-German footballer Deniz Naki, who plays for Turkey’s Super League club Gençlerbirliği in Ankara, was attacked by ISIS supporters and nationalist Turks after tweeting about Kobane. Naki, a former German U21 international and […]

Middle East

Michael Gunter: The Origins of ISIS

November 5, 2014 0

The origins of ISIS November 1, 2014 Gulan Media The immediate origins of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) lie in the opportunity spaces provided by two bitter civil wars that challenged the […]

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International

Michael Rubin: Erdogan Aspires to Be Sultan Not a Putin

November 4, 2014 0

Erdoğan Aspires to Be Sultan Not a Putin Michael Rubin November 2, 2014, Commentary Magazine President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who has transformed Turkey from an aspiring democracy into the world’s largest prison for journalists, a […]

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