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The Moment of Kurds: German book about Kurdish Peshmerga fighters

The German writer Hans-Joachim Löwe wrote a book about the Kurdish Peshmerga force in the name (The Moment of Kurds) (die Stunde der Kurden ) the book is talking about the live of Kurd during a centers, and its fighting with the so called Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

For 100 years, the Kurds are fighting in the Middle East to their own state. Ironically, in Iraq, where they were suppressed most brutally, she now than ever look at their destination so close. Like a lighthouse stands their autonomous region in a sea full of violence. The small, yet autonomous Kurdistan experiencing an economic boom, is an island of tolerance and practiced democracy than any other country in the Orient - but precisely because it has more enemies than friends as neighbors. Hans-Joachim Löwer standing with Kurdish fighters on the front lines against the Islamists spoke to survivors of the bloody persecution and grazed on the disputed oil fields, on which all hope of the Kurds rests. For fear of the terrorist group "Islamic State" to the Kurds. "We are simply different," said a Kurd the author. 

 

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