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The Kurds in Iraq

Éditeur : KHRP Date & Lieu : 2003, London
Préface : Mark Muller Pages : 276
Traduction : ISBN : 1 900 1 75 6 7 3
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 145x210 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Yil. Kur. N°2900Thème : Général

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The Kurds in Iraq


The Kurds in Iraq

Kerim Yildiz,
Tom Blass


With the demise of the rule of the Baath party in Iraq, the country’s Kurdish population faces a new chapter in the political and regional development of its region. For over a century the Kurds have been subject to the grand schemes of other powers, denied autonomy, and have faced the onslaughts of military assaults, economic embargo, and the destruction of their native regions.

Some of the landmarks in the history of Iraqi Kurdistan - perhaps most notably the chemical and gas attacks at Halabja, the 1991 uprising and the subsequent flight of over two million refugees - have been so egregious as to have become imprinted on the consciousness, and sometimes conscience, of the outside ...


Kerim Yildiz
Tom Blass

The Kurds in Iraq.
The Past, Present and Future


Kurdish Human Rights Project
The Kurds in Iraq
The Past, Present and Future
Kerim Yildiz
Tom Blass

December 2003

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founded and based in London, England.
KHRP is a registered charity and is committed to the promotion
and protection of the human rights
of all persons living with the Kurdish regions,
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and non-Kurdish people.

KHRP is grateful for the financial support of the
Sigrid Rausing Trust
in preparing this publication

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December 2003
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