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Posted by andreas on September 03, 2001 at 02:12:55:

In Reply to: Andreas, Show me your evil games ! posted by Ir@qi on September 03, 2001 at 01:24:39:

Help yourself! Think yourself! This is not a service station...

400 more displaced families go home & Kurdish villages given to Tickriti tribes

02/09/2001 (Translated) - By R. M. Ahmad
Arbil-Kurdistan on 2nd September 2001. Yesterday 400 more Kurdish families returned to their original homes after living at other places for many years because of the exceptional circumstances in Iraqi Kurdistan during 1994-1997. A source from the Coordinating Committee of Peace Process between Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), headed by Barzany, and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), headed by Talebany, has confirmed that 200 families have returned to Suleymania and another 200 families have returned to Arbil. This is the 5th round of displaced families returning to their homes so far this year. Many other families are waiting to go back to their original homes.

On the other hand, an informed Kurdish source told A-sharq Al-Aussat that Iraqi Government recently has changed the ownership of some Kurdish villages to the name of an Arab tribal chief loyal to the government. These villages are under government control and near the line of contact between Kurdistan region and government-controlled areas.

The source reported that the government has changed the ownership of the villages Minara, Likan, Kura, Baqirta and Sian in Makhmoor near Arbil. The new owner is an Arab Tribal Chief known as Sheikh Zedan. This is without paying compensation to their original Kurdish owners. The source pointed out that this comes within the campaign of Iraqi government to change the identity of Kurdish and Turkman areas in Iraq.

Source: A-Sharq Al-Aussat by Shamal Akrawy, London-based Arabic-daily, 2nd September 2001

: Fuhrer andreas,

: Gotten Morgen

: I though it was the British, not the German, who are concerned with dividing countries and people any way it fits their evil empire interest. The British intentionally not only split the people of Assyria, created Kuwait, and Israel, but did too many crimes to count here.
: This is how they did it for example to the people (many of them are Assyrians) of the cities of Kaamishly and H7asaka in eastern "today Syria", who were taken away from Iraq and made part of Syria, although many of them till today have all the physical looks, habits, taste, and the accent of Iraqis, similar to what have happened to some of the Germans in some of your next door countries who still consider them self Germans.
: Assyrians know where Beit Nahrain is, they know where Nienavah is, and they know where Ashur was born and lived. They do not need a German guide, or a British map to find out were they belong, what ever the name of that place is today.
: Jawad Saleem the great Iraqi artist was born in Turkey, but no one needed to tell him were he, and his art belong, he found his way to the heart of Baghdad by heart.
: I am sure you were happy when the German were able to unify East and West Germany against the well of their evil European brothers who wanted Germany divided for ever. So why are you jumping in now to try to split and divide the people of Mesopotamia on the basis of names and terminology which was invented by your evil Europeans brothers.
: If you care about people who are not Germans then go defend the refugees in your country who have been burned alive for no fault other than to try to seek a better life, after your Western brothers destroyed their countries, and stole their resources with their ever evil games, like the "name game" you are playing here.
: Ovederzin

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