What can the Kurds of Iraq expect from the Biden administration?
Erdogan is due in Washington on Nov. 13 at President Donald Trump's invitation, but said last week that the votes put a "question mark" over the plans.
More than an obligation, it’s a commandment.
I believe that the president has a plan to recognize Kurdish sovereignty and statehood.
If Israel can facilitate treatment there, in third countries or in Israel, this would be a place where lives can be saved.
“We, as Israelis and Jews, must not stand by when we see another nation abandoned by its allies and left defenseless,” read an online petition.
All Kurdish groups are considered by the Turkish government as “terrorists” who do not represent the Kurds in any way, and the Turkish state ironically sees its duty as one of controlling the Kurds.
President Donald J. Trump’s decision to quit Syria opens the door for Iran to expand its influence in Syria, jeopardizing Israel’s security.
The Kurds are divided into four oppressor states, two of which – Turkey and Iran – are also key regional power brokers. Divided Kurdish forces have had to work together to survive.
The Kurds have every right to nationhood adhering to a destiny without fear of persecution.