Hello my name is samuel kermashahi and I work for freedom, human rights and equality between men and women, I support Israel and Kurdish friends, I'll say my opinion is a liberal, I believe in liberal social democracy.
I am so sad when related violence increases dramatically in society against women, I think that if we all get together people and fight against violence can be very powerful, unfortunately there are foreign people living in Sweden can not learn Swedish law and rules of their body lives in Sweden, but their brains are still living in the Middle East ..
with greetings samuel kermashahi
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PKK special unit liberates Yezidis surrounded by ISIS
A special unit of the Kurdistan Workers´ Party (PKK) has liberated a group of Yezidis who had been surrounded by ISIS terrorists north of the pilgrimage site of Sharfadeen. During the rescue operation PKK fighters repelled ISIS attacks and were able to keep them at distance until the civilians were brought to safety.
Women have played a key role in the defence of Kobanê after the revolution, and have created a revolutionary transformation in social attitudes. YPJ (Women's Protection Units) fighters in the forefront of the defence of Kobanê are inflicting heavy blows on ISIS gangs and also demolishing taboos based on male domination.
KNK campaign calls for urgent action from OIC against ISIS-
ANF - BRUSSELSKurdistan National Congress (KNK) Women’s Commission has launched an open letter campaign calling on the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to take urgent action for the release of all the Yezidi and Kakei Kurdish, Shia Turkmen, Arab and Christian Syriac women and girls recently abducted by ISIS and put on sale at slave markets.
KNK Women’s Commission has recently held talks with the Islamic parties represented in the parliament of South Kurdistan in order for the release of all the women and girls abducted by ISIS gangs.
With Karzan Sherabayani's Kurdish connections we managed to hook up with a group of PKK fighters near the border with Iran. Western media is portraying the PKK mostly as a ruthless
terrorist organisation but I must admit I was very surprised to meet mostly young girls. The short time we spent with them was very thought provoking.
What makes a 16 year old girl run away from home and join a guerilla organisation? There must be a very good reason. It takes a lot of determination and conviction to endure the incredibly harsh life in the Kurdish mountains and to face the battles with Turkish troops. Our report captured a little glimpse of their lives as 'freedom fighters'
UK and US will maintain military presence, says Cameron"
Britain and the US will maintain a flexible military presence in northernIraq, David Cameron has said as he hailed the "good news" which prompted Washington to call off a risky military mission to rescue thousands of Iraqis stranded on Mount Sinjar.
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The curious case of the 'Jewish' Kurds Jews demonstrate in solidarity with Kurds. Do Kurds have a Jewish skeleton in their cupboards? jewishrefugees The current rapprochement between Jews and Kurds, standing together against ISIS and in favour of the protection of oppressed minorities in Iraq, has obscured an aspect of their historical relationship not often talked about : how many Kurdish Jews converted to Islam over the centuries?