There is no Kurdish Nation – it is a Freemasonic Colonial, Orientalist Hoax!

By Prof. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis


Kurds do not exist. They are an entire Orientalist fabrication – pretty much like Arabs do not exist.

By forging false, fake entities, Freemasons trigger what looks like a fratricidal war, which in reality is not fratricidal properly speaking, but it consists in the true, normal reaction of two or more distinct elements that have been arbitrarily portrayed as one and drawn together. Even worse for the trickery of the Orientalist Freemasonic ateliers, these distinct elements – ingredients of explosive fake states were presented under alien ideological terms and unacceptable philosophical conditions (those declared at the times of the so-called Enlightenment) that could never make of these elements one entity.


  1. Islamic Caliphate & Eastern Roman Empire: multi-cultural mechanisms able to secure the cohabitation of many different nations with diverse cultures

    Islam could easily, effectively and successfully make of different nations (or of two peoples in one specific place) one coherent entity. This was possible even, if there were Christians among these two peoples (or within one people). In this manner, the historical rule of Islam preserved the identity of, and the peace among, many different peoples throughout centuries. One has to note here that Identity is far higher a value than Peace for all nations of the world, because peace with disfigured identity is tantamount to excruciation.


Christianity could do exactly the same thing and the Eastern Roman Empire did so for many long centuries as well – either before or after the emergence of Islam. In the Oriental Empires, freedom of faith, cultural heritage, and national identity were highly revered values – in great contrast with the modern Western World and in total opposition to the Freemasonic Orientalist lies about either the Caliphate or the Eastern Roman Empire.

It was not bad actually to live as a Christian in Omayyad Damascus or Abbasid Baghdad – there were many churches, and Christians were protected and quite often invited to assume responsibilities in high magistrates.

Neither was it bad to live as Muslim in Eastern Roman Constantinople where there was a mosque as early as 300 years after Prophet Muhammad died (around the middle of the 10th c.).

  1. Western Freemasonic Evil unleashed in the Orient

All the evil was unleashed in the Orient, when colonial armies and navies, Orientalist explorers and academia, and heinous Freemasonic swindlers impersonating the Western countries’ diplomats attempted through viciously unethical and overtly anti-Christian methods to expand their influence across the Ottoman Empire, Safavid Iran, and Mughal India in the 18th and the 19th centuries.

To prepare, implement and secure their long-planned, ominous colonial predominance, the Western academia fabricated fake entities that can only generate internal wars because exactly they are not proper entities. Then, they projected these fake entities onto their targets, i.e. the colonized nations. The evil deeds of the Western academia were superbly marketed by Western diplomats, agents, intellectuals, reporters and travelers worldwide as ‘Orientalist academic disciplines’; analytical guidelines were then conveyed to the respective agents and diplomats of the colonial countries for proper execution of the plan, implementation of the fake entities, and diffusion of the distortive sciences among the indigenous nations.


The first Orientalist hoax was that of the Arabic Nation.


  1. There are no Arabs.

    As a matter of fact, there are no Arabs.

The Arabic-speaking part of the populations of Mauritania, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Western Egypt are indeed Berbers, who gradually forgot Berber languages and spoke Arabic exclusively, because they accepted Islam, and consequently made of their religious language their sole language. This was a long process and the Arabization phenomenon was only of linguistic nature – not ethnic, not cultural.

Similarly, Egyptians are not Arabs, but Hamitic Egyptians or ‘Copts’, if you want, who in different eras accepted Islam and gradually abandoned Coptic language. Egypt south of Assiut was still Christian for almost 300 years after Prophet Muhammad died. Today, there is no ethnic difference between Christian and Muslim Egyptians; literarily speaking, the country is inhabited by Christian Copts and Muslim Copts.


In the same way, the ethnic origin of today’s Sudanese is Kushitic (Kushites being a branch of the Hamitic nations) or Nilo-Saharan; Sudan’s Kushites are Arabic-speaking natives, because after accepting Islam, they gradually abandoned Christian Sudan’s Makurian and Alodian Kushitic languages, which were later forms of Meroitic. i.e. the pre-Christian Sudan’s language which was written in hieroglyphic and linear characters. Linguistic Arabization is indeed a very recent phenomenon for Sudan’s Kushites, because the Christian state of Makuria lasted until the 14th c. and the Christian state of Alodia collapsed only in the late 16th c. On the other hand, the Nubians in the North and other Nilo-Saharan peoples in other parts of Sudan preserved however their languages down to our times, as Arabic is merely a religious language to them.

More importantly, the Arabic-speaking part of the populations of SE Turkey, Syria, Iraq, SW Iran, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar, Emirates and the Saudi extreme North are not Arabs but Aramaeans (a Semitic nation) who gradually forgot their own Syriac Aramaic language (a major language of Patristic Literature and an international language across the land routes of trade between the Mediterranean World, East Africa, India, and China) and spoke Arabic because they accepted Islam. Their linguistic Arabization was a gradual phenomenon characterized by the affinity of the two languages (Syriac Aramaic and Arabic) and the similarity of the two writing systems, as Arabic originates from Syriac Aramaic.

Last but not the least, the Yemenites and the Omanis are not Arabs, but indigenous Yemenites and Omanis who, after accepting Islam, gradually abandoned their pre-Islamic languages, namely Sabaean, Hinyarite and Hadhramawti, etc. and spoke Arabic. Two modern Yemenite indigenous languages, notably Mahri and Socotri, are descendants of the Ancient Yemenite languages that were of course categorized as Semitic. Mahri is spoken in Hadhramawt (Mahra) and in North Somalia, whereas Socotri is the only native language in the island of Socotra.


The pre-Islamic Yemenite languages are documented with a great number of epigraphic texts dating to back to more than 1300 years before the arrival of Islam; they were written in the indigenous writing that had nothing to do with the pre-Islamic Arabic writing which appears only 300 years before Islam and is provenly a deformation of Syriac Aramaic.

  1. There are no Kurds.

Similarly, there are no Kurds. The notion or concept of a ‘Kurdish nation’ is just an Orientalist hoax, the latest of the sort. In the same manner, the implantation, the imposition and the diffusion of the fake notion, concept, name, identity (and the ensuing behavioral and ideological systems) of an ‘Arab nation’ plunged the wider region into ceaseless strives and wars over the past century, the implantation of the Kurdish hoax is geared only to open the Gates of the Hell across the Anti-Taurus and Zagros Mountains and from the Caucasus to Mesopotamia.


  1. Two distinct nations in Turkey fallaciously called ‘Kurds’

– Zaza vs. Kurmanji
In Turkey, what people in the West call ‘Kurds’ are mainly two distinct nations, notably the Zaza and the Kurmanji. The two nations communicate via two different languages, namely Zazaki and Kurmanji that are as distinct from one another as German is from Armenian. These two nations hate deeply one another, far more than any of them is loathing the ruling Turkish speaking nation of Turkey.


The Zaza, as they are less populous than the Kurmanji, vehemently reject the Western, Freemasonic, Orientalist myth of a ‘Kurdish’ nation, and consider their forced consideration as ‘Kurds’ as an evil political tool to ensure Kurmanji supremacist plots and an otherwise idiotic and primitive, mountainous imperialism.


Both nations undertook short-lived and badly failed rebellions, after Kemal Ataturk put an end to the Ottoman Caliphate and launched the Turkish Republic in 1923; however, those rebellions were purely Islamic, Caliphatic of character and their leaders did not express a ‘Kurdish’ but a Muslim identity.


Among those who are fallaciously categorized as Kurds, few other marginal minority groups live in Turkey – notably the Yazidis.

Similar situations prevail in what is falsely called ‘Kurdistan’ in Iraq and in Iran. True, in Syria, there are only Kurmanji; if they want to achieve self-determination, it is certainly their right, but their state should be named Kurmanji Republic. By no means can such a state encompass territories inhabited by the Zaza. One should also take into consideration that in Turkey, Zaza and Kurmanji live basically in different areas in the southeastern part of the country and that they do not tolerate intermarriages, whereas members of either of these two nations often enter into intermarriage with Turks!!!

  1. Different nations in Iraq that are fallaciously called ‘Kurds’

– Bahdinani

In Iraq, among the first to be erroneously categorized as ‘Kurds’ are the Bahadinani, who are also known as Bahdinani or Bahdini, as they are named after the part of Turkey-Iraq border region that is called Bahdinan where a local principality existed for 450 years (late 14th c. to mid 19th c.) as a tiny buffer zone between the Ottoman Caliphate and Safavid Iran (between the cities of Hakkari aand Amadiyah).


Bahdinani may look close to Kurmanji, but it is not identical. English Wikipedia (that is the richest version of the multilingual portal) does NOT offer an article on the subject, because this version (or rather section) represents the focus of Freemasonic interference, falsification and systematic misinformation. Yet, Swedish Wikipedia seems to be more sensitive and informative on this matter, probably because there may be in Sweden more Bahdinani than Kurmanji, and they never accept to identify themselves otherwise (


The Swedish text reads:

Badinani (även bahdini) där en nordkurdisk dialekt som har inslag av arabiska ord och uttryck. Dialekten talas främst i det tidigare emiratet av Badinan som under 13-1800-talet låg i södra Kurdistan i Irak. Näraliggande dialekter är Kurmancî (som använder latinska alfabetet) och sorani (som använder ett modifierat arabiskt alfabet), men det finns många regionala varianter som ibland är oförståeliga sinsemellan. Badinani använder det modifierade arabiska alfabetet.


A rough English translation of the above text reads:

Badinani (also Bahdini) is a Northern Kurdish dialect that has elements of Arabic words and expressions. The dialect is spoken mainly in the former emirate of Badinan during 1300’s-1800’s low in southern Kurdistan, in Iraq. Adjacent dialects are Kurmancî (using the Latin alphabet) and Sorani (using a modified Arabic alphabets), but there are many regional variations that are sometimes unintelligible between themselves. Badinani uses the modified Arabic alphabet.


The text is clear; beyond the major issue of national identification (or ethnic group identity), there are differences between Bahdinani and Kurmanji at the level of language. However, an even more important difference between the two distinct groups is the fact that Bahdinani is written in Farsi characters (this is what is called ‘modified Arabic alphabet’) whereas Kurmanji is written in Latin characters – something that the Bahdinani traditionalists rightly find abhorrent. This is also revealed in an interesting blog specializing in courses of Bahdinani language (


Assuming that Bahdinanis will accept Kurmanji supremacist attitudes is an outrage. It is tantamount to forcing the Belgians Flemish to be called Dutch, or East Anglia’s English to be called Saxons. None of them would accept.


– The Yazidis

Yazidis are Kurmanji-speaking natives, who mainly live in Iraq and in Armenia (and very few of them in Turkey), but they don’t either consider themselves as Kurmanji or accept to be given the false label ‘Kurdish’.


More importantly, the Yazidis make of their religious difference (they are not Muslims but ‘Yazidis’) the major characteristic of their nation. Yazidis (also known as Yazdanis) have three holy books that all are other than the Quran. Their religion emerged under strong Gnostic impact, but Ali ibn Abi Talib, Islam’s First Imam and Fourth Caliph, is highly venerated among Yazidis. For these reasons, they reject the Kurmandji supremacist attitude in Turkey while they also dissociate themselves from Bahdinanis in Iraq.


It is quite telling that, in Armenia where the Yazidis constitute the main minority of that country, they strictly and obstinately demanded that the local government does NOT name them ‘Kurds’ in any way and under any circumstances whatsoever.


As the Yazidis constitute the majority of the inhabitants in the Dohuk region of North Iraq, I demanded – back in 2008/9 – the creation of the Yazidi Republic with Dohuk as capital, involving also population relocation for the process to be completed. If this occurred in order at the time, they would now make a small state of ca. 1 million people, and they would face no discrimination at the hands of any other government or organized crime like the ‘Kurdish’ peshmerga and the bogus-Islamists of ISIS.


Average people in Western Europe and North America must stop accepting blindly the vicious policies of their governments and wonder the following:


  • Why does tiny Slovenia with a population of 1.5 million people have the right to self-independence and the Yazidis with a population of 1 million people do not have this right?


The answer to this question reveals the dire reality, namely that there are evil plans for the entire area between the Mediterranean and India – and these plans existed for long, having been prepared by the-powers-that-be.

– Sorani

Except the aforementioned, North Iraq is home to the Sorani nation, which is the second ethno-linguistic group, after the Kurmanji, that currently pretends to be ‘Kurdish’. Like the Kurmanji, they never harbored similar ideas in the past, and their political – ideological shift occurred only after two Sorani tribal thugs willingly became dependent on the Western colonial countries in order to obtain weapons.


Gradually, the two notorious thugs, who initially were quite inimical to one another, were bribed enough to forget their tribal rivalry and come under systematic French-UK-US (F-UK-US) guidance or to put it correctly tutelage. At a more recent stage, following Iraq’s occupation by the US, the two corrupt thugs, i.e. Talabani and Barzani, showed a definite predilection for the Mossad only to be subsequently propelled to national Iraqi leadership and spread for Israel’s sole interests a systematic bloodshed against many North Iraqi nations that do not accept to be called ‘Kurds’ – which went deliberately unreported by the world’s biased mainstream media.


The two ominous persons would be easily disregarded as comical, if they were not dark enough in their secret plans and dangerous enough in their ignorance, servility and corruption. They are the main responsible for today’s chaos in Iraq and for the persecution of other nations either directly in their hands or indirectly in the hands of others.


To put it correctly, Talabani and Barzani are not Kurds at all. They are Sorani nationals, and if they had the honest intention to respect the rights of the other adjacent nations and setup their own Soran national land as an independent country, they would draw respect too.


The major problem in their shameless case is that the Western policy of flattering impotent trash, of making false promises to thugs-turned-national leaders, and of inflating ambitions in the sick minds and evil hearts of viciously materialistic persons brought some results, and the two criminals gradually developed a dangerous Sorani supremacist attitude and ‘Kurdish’ imperialistic viewpoints that do not bode well for the region’s safety, peace and future.

Sorani do not understand either Bahdinani or Kurmanji, but the corrupt and the idiots, who have been bought in the false vision of ‘Kurdish’ nationalism, pretend that it is easy for the native speakers of either language to understand the other. This pretension is false and deeply inaccurate. Spaniards and Portuguese understand one another to some extent, but speaking the truth, they admit that they constitute two different nations.


Certainly the differences between Sorani and Kurmanji are not as big as those between Russian and Chinese, but this is meaningless. We are living at the times when the Catalans and the Galicians demand their self-determination and national independence. Going opposite to this trend guarantees only a bloody future in the wider region between the Mediterranean Sea, the Black Sea, the Caspian Sea, and the Persian Gulf.


In addition, the differences between Kurmanji and Sorani, which are similar to those between Italian and Castilian Spanish, are definitely exacerbated by the use of different writing systems (Latin for Kurmanji and Farsi for Sorani).


And what would be the point of hypothetically considering today’s Italians and Spaniards as one nation and of arbitrarily merging them into a fictional ‘Latin Republic’?


There is however another dimension to the issue of Sorani nation. Speaking of languages with minimal written literature involves first, lack of grammatical and syntactical standards and second, the survival of several dialects. This is far more relevant to the case of Sorani rather than of Kurmanji. But it will only produce further troubles, if the existing evil plans are materialized.


Sorani is highly variant and the Sorani dialects comprise of the following dialects: Hawleri (in Erbil), Babani, Garmiani, and Jafi in Iraq, and Ardelani and Mukri (or Mukriani) in Iran. These dialects will be the first to be threatened with extinction in an independent ‘Kurdistan’. They will be erased to the benefit of a standardized Sorani, which is a modern linguistic construction to which the vicious enemies of all of these nations, far in the West and in the darkness of their Freemasonic Orientalist ateliers, attempt nowadays to attach the ‘idea’ of writing Sorani in Latin characters! This now looks like a faraway detail, but within an independent ‘Kurdistan’ it will become decisively explosive.


– Fayli

In addition to the aforementioned, other nations living in Iraq have been fallaciously categorized as ‘Kurds’ as well. The Fayli nation is at times believed to be a subdivision of Luris (which means another nation, as different from the other so-called ‘Kurdish’ groups as Catalans are from Italians).


For very deep historical reasons that go far beyond the limits of the present summarizing article, the Faylis have become an entire chapter of Freemasonic Orientalist speculation and Western diplomatic planning. Here, suffice it to say that the secrecy of Western contacts with the Fayli nation is an age-old mystery and goes back to the Crusades.


What follows in only a brief, perspicacious glance at some recent, still disparate data and random points, which are false enough to make a shrewd observer realize that significant strengths are pulled in the central border region between Iraq and Iran, and in the highly targeted Zagros Mountains region.


The effort to depict the Faylis as a stateless people can be easily identified as a hint for a possible future fake state of Parthia (of which nothing has been publicly said let alone demanded until now)! To promote this concept, which will emulate further colonial divisions and strives, the Orientalist forgers diffuse the paramount falsehood that the ethnic name of the Faylis can be derived from that of the Arsacid dynasty of Pahlavi, which is absolutely false and the related argumentation appears to be nonsensical. As per the vicious forgers, who have recently produced supportive literature, the Faylis are the modern descendents of the Parthians – which is an even more far-fetched innuendo.


Even more incredible is the number of 6 million of people ( ! ) that the English Wikipedia, the obedient and subservient, global promoter of all Freemasonic lies, dares to ascribes to the Failis in the homonymous entry. This simply means that the secret plans for Iran’s cantonization in the post-nuclear attack period have already advanced up to the level of extreme details, borderline demarcation, and population subdivision parameterization.


The aforementioned number for the Fayli is absolutely ludicrous, as they don’t exceed 400000 upon the most favorable calculations. If there were 6 millions of Faylis in the world, Iraq’s population should be 100 million people, and thus Iran would have 300 million inhabitants. The exorbitant nature of the figure only epitomizes the vicious preparations of what is going to take place after Israel’s long-anticipated nuclear attack against Iran. Cruel dictators-in-the-making are evidently awaiting in the wings only to spread further chaos and death in the Zagros Mountains and from Mesopotamia to Central Asia.


More specifically, Faylis are expected to have been programmed for a definitely calamitous role, when the silly puppets Talabani and Barzani will be swept away by the forthcoming national-religious ‘Kurdish’ radicalization, which will not appear before the proclamation of the fake ‘Kurdish’ state and the arrival of its supposed ‘representative’ in the UN. The hellish nightmare will only come thereafter.


– Gorani

There may be few Goranis in Iraq, but the bulk of this nation lives in Iran. Many linguists attempt to associate them with Turkey’s Zaza in an effort to bring both distinct nations within the ominous boiling cauldron of ‘Kurdistan’, but this is mistakenly obnoxious and fully irrelevant. Gorani as language is very different from Kurmanji and Sorani, and despite some morphological affinities with Zaza, it cannot be associated with it.


If there is an independent ‘Kurdistan’, even at the limited level of today’s Iraqi borderlines, the Goranis will be automatically exposed to severe persecution, grave assimilation, brazen expulsion, and systematic extinction.


– Hawrami, Kakai (Yarsani), Sarli, and Shabak

Iraq is also inhabited – in smaller numbers – by the Hawrami people whose majority lives in Iran. The Hawrami nation is distinct from the Gorani, despite all Western academic efforts of association.


Contrarily, Kakai is a Gorani ethno-religious group that is quite different from the mainstream Gorani Muslims. Kakais follow another religion, Ahl-e Haq, and are rather named Yarsanis in Iran (see below).


The Sarli people are a severely persecuted and often deported small nation whose language has affinities with Gorani.

Finally, beyond the above, there is also another ethnic-religious group, a Mesopotamian nation that risks facing the same persecution as the Yazidis at the hands of the ISIS fake Muslim gangsters: these are the Shabak who live in Sinjar and around, i.e. west of Dohuk and close to the border point with Turkey and Syria. The Shabak are neither Yazidis nor Muslims. Their religion has some affinities with either, but their language is one Turkic dialect – different from Turkey’s Turkish, Azeri or Turkmen. It is – for those familiar with Ottoman History – a dialect of Qizilbash (today there are only few Qizilbash left in Turkey). Calling the Shabak ‘Kurds’ is tantamount to vicious ignorance and as erroneous as identifying the Chinese as Zulu.

  1. Different nations in Iran that are fallaciously called ‘Kurds’

– Ahl e Haq (Yarsani)

Now, in Iran, except the Sorani and Gorani nations, there are Hawrami, Sandjabi, Kalhori, Malekshahi, Garusi, Laki and other minor nations that are fallaciously categorized as ‘Kurds’. In addition, the outright majority of the Ahl-e Haq (also known as Yarsani in Iran), an ethnic-religious group (like the Yazidis) of basically Gorani speaking people, lives there.


More importantly, Ahl-e Haq do not identify themselves as Gorani – pretty much like the Yazidis, who do not identify themselves as Bahdinani or Kurmanji. Ahl-e Haq total approximately 1 million people, and if they fall into the hands of some criminal groups promoted by the West – like today’s ISIS – they will face the same fate as the Yazidis of Iraq.

  1. Conclusions

From the above, it becomes crystal clear that by calling all these different nations and ethnic-religious groups as ‘Kurds’, the Western academia, the diplomats, the agents, the governments and the mass media of the Western countries commit deliberately a criminal act, which merely heralds a massive, programmed extinction of the aforementioned nations in series of unequivocal fratricidal conflicts that will be automatically unleashed, when precariously formed alliances within the forthcoming fake state of ‘Kurdistan’ will turn one upon the other in search of absolute power, financial treasure, and regional predominance.

As a matter of fact, putting the Zaza, the Kurmanji, the Sorani and the Gorani together within the same state, and calling them with one generic appellation, is tantamount to launching today a fictional ‘Prussian Republic’ with Germans, Poles, Lithuanians, Latvians, Belarus and Russians re-baptized as Prussians! It would explode immediately.

The criminal effort to set up today a fake state called ‘Kurdistan’ out of the aforementioned many different nations would have a parallel if, in 1800, French, English and American diplomats, agents, military, statesmen, and journalists diffused the idea of a ‘Balkan nation’ necessary to co-exist on the European territory of the Ottoman Empire, insisting that there are no differences between Romanians, Bulgarians, Serbs, Macedonians, Muslims of Bosnia, Catholics of Croatia, Slovenes, Vlachians, Albanians, Turks, Pomaks, Roma and Greeks, and that all these nations constitute only one people and must therefore share one country!


Who would not have expected in that case one nation to fight upon the other within that hypothetical ‘Balkan’ state where they would have been arbitrarily and against their own will thrown altogether?


Yet, so many differences exist today among those Balkan nations as among all those who are being disastrously labeled as ‘Kurds’.


  1. It won’t be ‘Kurdistan’, but …. Suicidistan!

The generic name ‘Kurds’ in the modern Western languages originates from the Turkish name Kürt and the Kurmanji name Kurd to which the Latin term Cyrtii and the Medieval Greek term Kurtoi seem to be associated. However, the ancient appellations do not offer any definite identification; we cannot know whether these ancient terms before 2000 years denoted the ancestors of the Zaza, the forefathers of the Kurmanji, the precursors of the Sorani or the past generations of the Gorani who are all unrelated to one another. The same concerns the respective Arabic and the Farsi terms (Akrad and Gord).


In Classical Arabic, the name Akrad (which is therefore wrongly translated as ‘Kurds’ in Modern English) was not an ethnic or national name, but a collective appellation applied to many different nations that inhabited the Anti-Taurus Mountains and the Zagros Mountains, an area also known in Classical Arabic as Jebal (mountains). Similarly, Atrak did not mean ‘Turks’ in Classical Arabic; it meant all the Turkic-speaking nations known, e.g. Seljuq, Ottoman Tukrs, Turkmen, Azeris, Qizilbash, Uzbek, Kazakhs, Uighurs and others. 

And when we have generic names in historical texts written in other languages (like the Arabic term ‘Akrad’) we cannot know to whom they refer; the Soranis? the Goranis? the Kurmanji? For these cases, the reality of an impossible identification forces us to fully reject the historicity of the term involved, as we don’t know to whom it applies.

With the diffusion of the colonial influence, the use of these two words (Akrad and Atrak) in Modern Arabic changed and started reflecting the criminal, colonial viewpoint, thus meaning basically the non-existing ‘Kurds’ (Akrad) and Turkey’s Turks only (Atrak).

In spite of the identification impossibility, the generic name was systematically diffused and extended among all the other local, regional and international languages and nations in order to effectively confuse all and – in the process – to overwhelmingly promote the evil plans of the Freemasonic Orientalist colonials.


What is even more suspicious about today’s so-called ‘Kurds’, who are merely diverse fanatics and lunatic nationalists of unrelated background (Kumrnaji and Sorani basically), is that we know with great surety that their forefathers never imagined and never envisioned to separate from the Ottoman Caliphate or Safavid Iran, and – more generally – from the state to which they belonged.


Finally, if there is an independent Kurdistan, it will soon be turn out to be a … Suicidistan. This means that the curse of God has fallen on all those materialistic, bribed and besotted people of the regional political microcosm and that they will all soon vanish as per the Judgment of God. Constantly across History, God used an evil to punish a good person or nation that went astray.




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