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Katia Zacholi Apr 16
" commander in chief Mazlum Kobane is known to be viscerally opposed to any intrusion by Turkish forces! 's demand would never been accepted"!!
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Brett McGurk Apr 14
Today is the 31st anniversary of Saddam Hussein’s genocide against . Between 50k and 100k innocent men, women, children died. In their memory, the world must document, commemorate, and hold all responsible to acccount. For , the work of is a start.
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Mohamad s hameed 9h
I wear the American flag in honor of all the who have helped us .
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Hamza Chewlik 7h
As Great Mandela once said;just imagine what the have to put up with daily in turkey..
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Lara Fatah Apr 14
31 years ago today 14,000 civilians- men, women & children were killed in Garmiyan, as part of the wider Genocide by the that killed 180 000 & destroyed 3800 villages. It was the culimanition of an policy dating back to 1960s.
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Penny K King 16h
Macron meets , vows French support in fight against IS. Macron on Friday hosted representatives of the Kurdish-led force that defeated Islamic State (IS) extremists in Syria, assuring them of France's support in the fight against remaining jihadists.
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Katia Zacholi Apr 18
"Newly elected mayors of pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party () are accusing government-appointed officials of looting municipal offices& snatching city properties before handing over control..."!
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AlonBenMeir Apr 17
simply does not grasp the fact that even if the were treated equally in every walk of life, what they want is in line with and even complimentary to the framework of democracy. It takes a racist to object these basic democratic principles
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Howard J. Shatz 5h
Replying to @carltay88212483
: not yet. Maybe not in the future. We’ll see.
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Katia Zacholi 13h
Replying to @hdpdemirtas
"Vast majority of ’s Kurds want2live in peace with their fellow citizens;they had enough of violence&war.Yes,it's true tt hv range of political, social&cultural demands,all of wch require greater democracy...Path of coexistence"!
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Mzang28 Apr 14
Replying to @Ghuraba_K
If it makes you feel better are something else
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Robin Apr 15
Well, did you give condolence and solidarity in in Turkey when people including children were burned alive in basements of apartments by Turkish Army? No, instead you congratulated Turkish government for this massacre 😡 whole Barzani family scum of this earth!!!
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Kurdistan Junis Apr 17
The should be very careful. The coming days will be very difficult & decisive. This person hates the Kurds a lot. He is the new Gertrude Bell. The Kurdish unity is urgently needed
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BasNews English Apr 11
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Amy Austin Holmes Apr 14
It's not just who oppose the deployment of Turkish troops or so-called "safe zone" in NE , but also Christians. I recently visited this church in Tel Jihan, just 450 meters from the Turkish border. Locals told me it was shelled in November.
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Tedschina🏴🚩✊🏴🚩✊🏴🚩✊ 14h
Have you actually done any research to find out how well policies work? Look at the Internationalist Commune of that the have set up in NE Syria. It is a revolutionary beacon of socialism, feminism, ecology and direct democracy. You would learn a lot.
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Al-Masdar News 11h
meets Syrian , promises to keep up support
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Harem Jaafer 16h
Macron meets Syrian , vows French support in fight against IS
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Baddies Kurd 16h
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حسن سجواني 🇦🇪 Hassan Sajwani 9h
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Tanya 10h
Replying to @TheGlobus
Far as I know not just academics also , Turkish people and more. God help them.
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