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President Trump has vowed not to "fight endless wars," but skeptics warn the pullout will create a vacuum to be filled by extremists.
The students slammed Gabriel for traveling to Iran days after the nuclear deal was reached in 2015 with a large German business delegation to promote trade.
Participants in Ruderman Family Foundation video defiantly say: “Polish Holocaust.”
An accurate Iranian missile attack that targets one of the high-level meetings of an armed opposition party can never be carried out without infiltrating the group.
By RAMYAR HASSANI
Tehran prefers to strike directly at weak enemies, while acting against stronger ones through proxies. Is this distinction sustainable?
By JONATHAN SPYER
The Kurds have every right to nationhood adhering to a destiny without fear of persecution.
By QANTA AHMED
It is hard not to see the PUK’s current unwillingness to cooperate in running Kurdistan as part of a wider drift toward increasing Iranian influence in the region.
By DAVAN YAHYA KHALIL
As the most active of Kurdish armed resistance groups in Iran, PDKI is particularly well poised to play a strategic role as an internal counterbalance to Iran’s unchecked regional aspirations.
By ZACH HUFF
If you care about the weak, you need to be strong to defend them.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
As long as the Kurds are not recognized politically, the danger of them being dropped by the US or other countries remains high.
By RAMAN GHAVAMI
When a Palestinian terrorist stabs an Israeli high school student in Afula, most of the world was silent.
By RACHEL AVRAHAM
Until the 2015 general elections, more than half of the Kurdish electorate supported the Adalet and Kalkinma Partisi (AKP) led by President Tayyip Erdogan.
By OFRA BENGIO
The Kurdish people feel the Israeli government only speaks out when it benefits its own national interests and does not really care about the Kurdish cause.
By DILIMAN ABDULKADER
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