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Kurdistan: Genocide and Rebirth

Éditeur : The Writing Company Date & Lieu : 2013, London
Préface : Pages : 318
Traduction : ISBN : 978-1482721843
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 130x210mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Eng. Kha. Kur. N° 3463Thème : Général

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Kurdistan: Genocide and Rebirth

Kurdistan: Genocide and Rebirth

Davan Yahya Khalil

The Writing Company

One man's true story of horror and hope in Kurdistan.
In the 1980s, Saddam Hussein's regime tortured, maimec and murdered thousands of innocent people.
Davan Yahya Khalil saw first-hand the horrific crimes inflicted on men, women and children under Saddam, and witnessed his Iraqi Kurdistan homeland torn apart. Forced to flee from the Iraqi army and start a new life in the UK, the author now shares his story for the first time.
Offering a unique insight into the life of the Kurds unde Saddam Hussein, this story is both horrific and compelling. But the author speaks of much more than just horror. He also tells a story of hope - hope for the people of modern Kurdistan, who are seeing their region rise from the ashes.

Davan Yahya Khalil is a political activist and supporter of the PDK (Partiya Demokrata Kurdistan – Kurdistan Democratic Party). Born on the 1st July, 1974 in a small Village called Sherwan in the Barzan region of Iraqi Kurdistan, he was resettled from his home by Saddam Hussein's regime in the 1980s. There he witnessed the atrocities inflicted upon his people first-hand. Forced to leave his homeland in 1993 like many of his countrymen he started a new life in the UK. He continued his fight against Saddam by raising awareness for his people and their plight. This book is an insight into the oppression suffered, the struggle endured and an optimistic feeling for the future of modern Kurdistan.

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