How Kurdish Independence Underpins Israel’s Plan to Reshape the Middle East

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Why Despite Threats, Turkey Won’t Impose Sanctions On Kurdistan After The Referendum

Why Despite Threats, Turkey Won’t Impose Sanctions On Kurdistan After The Referendum:

High-ranking sources in Kurdistan (Erbil) said that the Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani “expected the sanctions already announced by Baghdad and expects many more sanctions to come in the future”. Nevertheless, “the referendum was an essential step to undertake,” otherwise Barzani would no longer be considered the Kurdish leader.

“We are not afraid of Turkish sanctions because Ankara would lose more than it will gain if the common borders are closed. The Turkish representative promised us (months before the referendum) that harsh political measures will be adopted against Kurdistan but that no economic sanctions would be seriously considered. After all it is up to Turkey to stop sending its oil tankers to recover our oil production at a cheap price if Erdogan considers it a practical move within his own economy,” said the source.

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“Yes” Vote for Iraqi Kurdistan: A New Chaos Is Redefining Middle East Borders

This will surely end well …NOT.

“Yes” Vote for Iraqi Kurdistan: A New Chaos Is Redefining Middle East Borders:

Iraqi Kurds voted “yes” in the referendum to start materializing the dream of the 30 million Kurds inhabiting Iraq, Turkey, Syria and Armenia – a dream which begins by establishing an independent state in Iraqi Kurdistan.

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