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That's what happens in Turkey explosion, and immediately all the announcers broadcast - Kurdistan Workers' Party again disturb the peace in a certain region. A spectator sits and does not understand who these Kurds, what they want, what is all this going on, and most importantly - why talk about it on TV? Just say so important. And why it is important, no one explains.
Now I will try to measure their competence to tell who the Kurds and what they need. The Kurds - 40 million people, most of whom live in the so-called Kurdistan. Geographically, the territory divided between Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. This separation occurred after the First World War and the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
The main problem is the Kurds - the 40 million people have their own state. But apart from that they are still subject to repression in their country of residence. In Syria, most of them are non-citizens. In Turkey offshore company incorporation, since Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, a policy of creating a mono-state. The Kurds have no right to speak their language, to preach their culture, learn their history and language in schools.
It would seem that this is a known story, but for the people of this great tragedy. And as current events show, they are not going to surrender Offshore Company Formation. But if the case could be solved only through the efforts and struggles among the people ... The problem is that the territory of Kurdistan is very rich in natural resources, especially oil. Tell me, please, do the biggest and strongest nation in the world voluntarily give up their ability to influence this important energy source?
The situation is complicated political fragmentation Kurds. There are several political parties, but to find common ground between themselves they can not. This makes it difficult and so the catastrophic situation of the people.
The Kurds are living in extremely harsh conditions. Typically, the regions they live in these four countries economically undeveloped. Many believe that the Kurds - a wild, aggressive, uneducated people. It is not. Culture Kurds versatile, has more than one hundred years, and deserves admiration. Call any wild and uneducated people simply not permissible, and in relation to the Kurds and even more so.
Unwillingness of the great powers to resolve the Kurdish question - the main obstacle to independence. In 2003, Saddam Hussein's regime fell, and a chance for the Kurds. There is now a nearly autonomous part of Iraq - Iraqi Kurdistan. The Kurds in other countries have great hopes for this historic experiment and hope that he does not fail, as it was with the Republic of Mahabad in Iran in 1946. They do not lose hope to have the right to speak their language, learn their culture and proudly say, "I - Kurd" and do not be afraid to be in jail for such statements.