Nearly half the Kurds are living in Turkey.
Kurds a chance to save themselves.
Turkey threatens Syria with war to protect Kurds.
The Kurds are an ethnolinguistic group of the Middle East.
Meeting between Putin and Erdogan will decide future of Kurds.
Syria's Kurds have long been suppressed and denied basic rights.
The Kurds are Sunni Muslims, who have their own unique
language and culture.
The HDP, which backs Imamoglu, accused Erdogan of trying to divide Kurds.
Kurds targeted in Turkish attack include thousands of
female fighters who battled Islamic State.
Who are the Kurds, and why is Turkey attacking them in northern Syria?
Thus, Kurdish culture and language were officially banned, the Kurds should adapt completely.
A national anthem is also missing, but an(official) flag of the Kurds exists.
Kurds say that an armored car of the“Russian-Turkish patrol”
allegedly ran into a local resident.
Kurds explained why the Turkish army fought
precisely for the 30-km zone in northern Syria.
Now Turkey is attacking the Kurds, who have been fighting each other for 200 years.
Since the 1960s, Israel has maintained discreet military, intelligence and business ties with the Kurds.
Tel Aviv has maintained discreet military,
intelligence and business ties with the Kurds since the 1960s.
Under Iraq's constitution, Shia, Sunnis, Kurds and other minorities must all be represented in cabinet.
Kurds use children to throw stones at the military
police of the Russian Federation shouting“fascist Erdogan”.
One concerns a gang reported to have
smuggled 100,000 illegal immigrants, mainly Turkish Kurds, into Great Britain.
Turkey warned the Syrian government not to help Kurds fighting against Turkish forces in northern Syria.
Kurd uprisings have also been fought in the other states where the Kurds had their territories.
The Kurds had just helped defeat the Islamic State at the
cost of losing over 11,000 fighters.
Who are the Kurds to begin with, and why are they crucial to this complex war?
In any case,
the CIA wants to find out that around 11.5 million Kurds live in Turkey.
This alliance worked- and not least thanks to the Kurds, who acted as coalition ground forces.
Who are the Kurds to begin with, and why are the crucial to this complex war?
The vast majority are Arabs, though the population includes small numbers of Kurds, Circassians and Armenians.
The Kurds live in the respective settlement areas with the local locals,
but are considered a minority.
Syrian media had
earlier said the army would help Kurds resist Turkish operations in the enclave of Afrin.