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



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 sin...
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Commemoration of 3 Kurdish activists shot in Paris


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