The Kurdistan Projects (Must Read)

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BY THIERRY MEYSSAN – The current Kurdistan project, supported by France and the United States, has no connection with the legitimate project which was recognised by the same countries during the Sèvres Conference of 1920. It is not even situated anywhere near the same territory! This pseudo-Kurdistan is no more than a Western bribe intended to turn the Syrian Kurds against Damascus. Its creation will not solve the Kurdish question, and would provoke a conflict similar to that which has opposed Israël and Palestine for close to 70 years. In order to untangle the present situation, Thierry Meyssan retraces the contradictory positions of the nine main external powers implicated in this affair.


  1. #1 by rehmat1 on 09/05/2016 - 9:34

    Islamic Republic’s longest (16 years) Minister of Foreign Affairs under three presidents Dr. Ali-Akbar Velayati said that United States is plotting to establish a second Israel in the region.

    Dr. Velayati, made the remarks in a ceremony marking the first anniversary of the so-called P5+1 and Iran nuclear agreement (JCPOA).

    “The Americans are seeking to strengthen Syrian Kurds and link them to Kurds of Iraq and that of other countries to create a so-called independent Kurdistan,” Velayati said.

    Velayati said that creating an independent Kurdistan is a potential threat to the international peace and security.

    “The US scenario to create an independent Kurdistan will give birth to a second Israel,” he said.

    On June 24, 2014, Jewish Wall Street Journal, reported the Israeli plan to establish an independent Kurd state and how it could help Israel in fulfilling its cherished dream of Eretz Yizarel.

    During the same month, then president of the Zionist entity, Shimon Peres, told US president Barack Obama that “the Iraqi Kurds have, de facto, created their own state, which is democratic. One of the signs of a democracy is equality to women.” In other words, the war criminal Peres unwittingly admitted that his own Zionist entity is not a democracy since women in Israel are treated as low-caste creatures like in Hindu India. In Israel, Jewish women are discriminated in at least eight places.

    Both Netanyahu and Avigdor Lieberman told John Kerry, “Iraq is breaking up before our eyes and it would appear that creation of an independent Kurdish state is a foregone conclusion.”

    In January 2016, Ayelet Shaked, Israel’s annexation minister also voiced her support for an independent Kurdistan state for all the Kurd people who don’t have state of their own like the Jews in the past. Last week, a nude painting of Ayelet Shaked by an Israeli artist Yam Amrani was removed from exhibition at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. BTW: I tried to the re-blog the colored portrait of the “young, smart and beautiful” Ayelet Shaked, but it’s censored by Israel’s GAG order.

    So why these Zionist thugs love an independent Kurdistan so much? The current autonomous region of Kurd majority Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), is not only has oil-rich Kirkuk area, but the KRG is very friendly toward Israel. It’s already exporting oil to the Zionist entity at preferential rates. A pro-Israel State of Kurdistan would provide the warmongering Zionist Jews a launching pad to further destabilize the neighboring countries like Syria, Iran, and Turkey, where sizeable Kurd communities reside.

    After WWI, the British, French and Russian colonial powers broke-up Kurd region under Ottoman Empire, and divided the 30 million Kurds among Turkey, Iran, Syria, Iraq, and Azerbaijan. Near 100,000 Jewish Kurds migrated to Israel after 1948.

    Dr, Mordechai Zaken in his book, Jewish Subjects and their Tribal Chieftains in Kurdistan, documents the historical links between Kurds (in Iraq) and the Jews, which Israel plan to exploit. In September 2006, BBC reported that Israel was providing military training to Kurd militia in northern Iraq.

    After the Islamic Revolution – Tehran created an automonous Kurdistan province which encompasses all of Iranian Kurd lands in the 1980s. The majority of Kurds living in the region belong to Shia branch of Islam. The Iranian Constitution says that the autonomous region of Kurdistan, like the rest of their compatriots throughout Iran, will participate in running the affairs of the country through legal channels and without any form of discrimination.

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