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Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 12:25 pm
Author: Ozgur
Well if we follow your logic, this is the historical Armenia:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... Empire.png

Would you give back Van or Diyarbekir to Armenians? The Kurdish population in and around Hatay is not significant enough to make it Kurdish. Though I understand you guys, if a nation wants to be fully independent, it needs sea access. Without it, you will always be dependant on your neighbours.

Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 1:57 pm
Author: Shirko
Ozgur wrote:Well if we follow your logic, this is the historical Armenia:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... Empire.png

Would you give back Van or Diyarbekir to Armenians? The Kurdish population in and around Hatay is not significant enough to make it Kurdish. Though I understand you guys, if a nation wants to be fully independent, it needs sea access. Without it, you will always be dependant on your neighbours.


I think our best chances for reaching the sea are West of Afrin and North of Latakia, because it does has have a Kurdish presence, it's sparsely populated, and Assad might even give up a small area with out a fight.

Regarding Van and Diyarbakir: that map doesn't mean much, and the area exchanged hands a many times, we can argue that prior to that our ancestors controlled and and we are still the majority. I have seen allot of fantastic stuff online by Armenian nationalists. But they are not strong enough to take it, so they can keep dreaming and whining. Amed is our capital and we will fight for it until the last drop blood.

Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 4:16 pm
Author: kardox
Ozgur wrote:Well if we follow your logic, this is the historical Armenia:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c ... Empire.png

Would you give back Van or Diyarbekir to Armenians? The Kurdish population in and around Hatay is not significant enough to make it Kurdish. Though I understand you guys, if a nation wants to be fully independent, it needs sea access. Without it, you will always be dependant on your neighbours.


Ozgur, I think I am being reasonable compared to Turanists :)

http://www.armenian-history.com/images/ ... ranMap.gif

Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 5:31 pm
Author: Anthea
I believe that the Turks forcefully pushed Kurds out of central Turkey - and many THOUSANDS died as a result X(

Before the forced relocation how much of Turkey was occupied by Kurds?

My lovely map of Kurdistan shows Kurdistan with a seaport :ymhug:

Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:45 pm
Author: Ozgur
I have seen allot of fantastic stuff online by Armenian nationalists. But they are not strong enough to take it, so they can keep dreaming and whining. Amed is our capital and we will fight for it until the last drop blood.


I know the Armenians are not really fond of you guys, and vice versa. They usually blame you Kurds for the 1915 deportations and massacres. I have to say though, many Kurds (especially the tribal leaders) got really rich during that time.

Ozgur, I think I am being reasonable compared to Turanists :)

http://www.armenian-history.com/images/ ... ranMap.gif


Oh please, that's a ridiculous map probably drawn by a 12 year old kid :)

Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 9:48 pm
Author: Ozgur
Anthea wrote:I believe that the Turks forcefully pushed Kurds out of central Turkey - and many THOUSANDS died as a result X(


We are not that evil, you know :)

Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Wed Dec 11, 2013 10:34 pm
Author: kardox
I know the Armenians are not really fond of you guys, and vice versa. They usually blame you Kurds for the 1915 deportations and massacres. I have to say though, many Kurds (especially the tribal leaders) got really rich during that time.


Ozgur, please don't put it on us, there were some Kurds that participated in the genocide, but it was ordered and planned by Abdul Hamid II. It was even called the Hamidiye cavalry. The same troops were used to kill Kurds.

Re: Map of kurdistan

PostPosted: Fri Dec 19, 2014 11:23 am
Author: Anthea
KURDISTAN must be FREE

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