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Kurdistan Region President Meets British Military Delegation

Kurdistan Region President Masoud Barzani today met with a British military delegation headed by General Sir Richard Barrons, Commander of the UK’s Joint Forces Command to discuss the security and military situation of the fronts in the fight against the ISIS terrorists, and the training of the peshmerga forces by British forces.

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  • SNP conferencevotes on a motion with regard the terrorist attacks and the fate of the refugees inKurdistan region.

    SUN, 19 APR 2015 01:10


    Dr. Kamal Ketuly has tabled an emergency resolution and seconded by Mr. Bob Doris MSP to the SNP spring Conference at SECC Glasgow Scotland on 29/3/2015. Dr. Kamal Ketuly spoke for the motion and highlighted the extend of the destruction and human lost and sufferings occurred to all the people in Iraq Kurdistan, Middle East and North Africa which is caused by the onslaught of the  terrorist organization ISIL. 

    SNP conferencevotes on a motion with regard the terrorist attacks and the fate of the refugees inKurdistan region.

  • Arming the Kurds to Defeat ISIS in Mosul

    THU, 9 APR 2015 01:03


    By Wladimir van Wilgenburg
    (atlanticcouncil.org) Buttressed by anti-ISIS coalition airstrikes, Kurdish forces (Peshmerga) have successfully maintained their front lines against the Islamic State (ISIS or ISIL). Both Baghdad and Washington need the Kurds to strike at ISIS in the symbolic city of Mosul, but some in the US government fear that directly arming the Kurds could encourage a future war for independence against Iraq. As one of the most effective and reliable ground forces in Iraq, the Kurds stand the best chance at consolidating the gains made against ISIS in Iraq. If done correctly, US arms could defeat the militant group back without threatening the territorial integrity of Iraq.

    Arming the Kurds to Defeat ISIS in Mosul

  • Discussing support for Peshmerga and Kurdish independence in London

    FRI, 20 MAR 2015 12:34


    ByGARY KENT

    March is for remembering the highs and lows of Kurdish history and life. Both were on display in London this week. The first marked the 27th anniversary of Halabja and the second commemorated Newroz.

    Discussing support for Peshmerga and Kurdish independence in London


   
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