Yes Mr. President, No one will be able to erase the Kurdish identity

22/12/2019 12:05:00

These days, during a large forum, Mr. Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, President of the Republic of Egypt delivered a short brief message to the ears of the whole world,  in which, as a pro-right politician, he defended, a true defense, the legitimate cause of the Kurdish people, which echoed largely among the Kurdish people, friends and enemies.


As a Kurdistani citizen, I saw it necessary to make this statement by President Sisi an opportunity to convey my own greetings and appreciations of the Kurdish people to him and likewise say, "No one will be able to erase the Kurdish identity."


We expect from a great country like Egypt that has an ancient civilization and bright history, as well as a great position in the region and the world, to be a sincere supporter of our people. We know that Egypt is the Egypt of Gamal Abdel Nasser, a friend of the Kurdish cause and a friend of President Mam Jalal who shared the same thoughts with him. 


Egypt is home to 'Kurdistan', the first Kurdish newspaper. It is the Egypt of 'Kurdish Radio'. The Egypt of a dozen famous writers and intellectuals who have fiercely defended our people.


Therefore, we affirm our greetings and respect for President Al-Sisi and the Egyptian people, and we express our reassurance that our friends are our supporters, and we make sure that our blood and tears did not go in vain, the blood, tears, and sacrifices that 'preserved our identity and no one can erase it'.


And I say to President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi; "Be sure, President, the Kurds are loyal people and they will never forget the friendship of their friends and will write these words of yours on the pages of their bright history." 


Thank you for saying the right President Sisi


Greetings to the heroic Egyptian people.






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