Kardox - The Kurdish View

The Kurdish view of Middle Eastern politics

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I am a 30 year old businessman in Hawler (Arbil, north Iraq). I have lived in Europe for almost 15 years, but now I work for a family investment company. Surely I would like to let know you people more, but I want to stay in once peace. I love bloging because it gives me the satisfaction to write about my thoughts.

Monday, August 09, 2004

Who is responsible for the violence in Iraq?

I promise to make this article short.

There will always be forces in Iraq that do not want to accept the mainstream desire for peace and democracy in Iraq. There is the fanatic Islamic forces, there is also the Saudi, Iranian, Turkish, Syrian and Al-Qadia connections that benefit in one way or the other in chaos and violence in Iraq.

The fanatic Islamists
The fanatic Islamists, mainly Al-Sadr militia are extremely determine to implement the hard line Islamic law into the Iraqi society, a move that could create even more chaos. If we kill 10 Al-Sadr militiamen 20 more will take their place. Soon it would create a pyramid effect, the more “martyrs” we create for them the more powerful they become. Where do they get the recourses to create such organizations and get hold on wepons? Could it be Iran? We know for a fact that Iran has a major influence in Najaf politics. Thousands of Iranians are visiting the holly city of Najaf, there is a mighty religious solidarity between the Shiaa’s of Iraq and the Iranians.

Saudi
The Wahabi movement in Saudi Aribian start in Iraq in the early 90’s in south Kurdistan (North Iraq). The government of Saudi invested millions of dollars on charity organizations, institutions, media companies, and not the least building mosques every where. The Kurds, being so naive as we are did not (still doesn’t understand) what major impacts it will have on our culture, social life etc. I guess as long as the dollars comes in, the politicians don’t care. Well, now 10 years later and you see how extreme people have become in Hawler. Despite a major development in culture, science, and economy, you can hardly spot a woman without her “Hijab”. It’s getting ridiculous.

The Wahabi movement in south Kurdistan (North Iraq) is mostly controlled by Turkmen, whom have “converted” to the Wahabi.

Iranian
Just as I explained with the Al-Sadr militia, the Iranins are probably having a pavolon effect when it comes to Iraq’s holy city. They will support any group, Al-Sadr or not, that is willing to fight the new Iraqi government. You would probably here about bombs exploding by terrorists, assassinations, and what ever 10 years from now too.

Turkish connection
Several Turkish officers have been captured for planning to assassinate Kurdish leaders in the past in Kerkuk and Mosal area. (Over 40 Kurdish leaders, high officials, businessmen have already been assassinated by “unknown” groups). The Turks don’t care about anything in Iraq, as long as the Kurds don’t get the power and wealth of oil. The Turks are behaving like the big fat kid that bulls everyone in school, that doesn’t want to see any Kurds succeeding in their society. So they support the Turkmen with money, Intel, and any other thing that can use the Turkmen’s against the Kurds.

Continues later

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

My brothers and sister in our Lord Jesus Christ! Stop!

Stop this hatred you're seeding!

Can you not see?

If you continue to spread you message of hate. It will inevitably poison the hearts of others.

Muslims and no-muslims alike.

And the clash of east and west will happpen for sure!

Do you want it?

Wold War 3?!

The only one how wants that to happen is Satan.

If you truly love you children, grandchildren and you love one's and want them to have a safe and peaceful future then pray:

Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
Help us to let go our wrath.
Help us in this time of fear.
Help those who guard us to protected us for harm.
Help those who live in east see the light of you truht and love.
Amen.

February 6, 2006 at 4:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

kardox u have some very twisted views.

seems youv been deprived of love and education.

and your ignorant views are only a reflection of your own upbringing.

therefore u seem to be very negative especially of islam.

its a shame u have experienced neglect and hate.

but please refraine from putimg the blame on Islam, because your people dont know hot to follow it.

do not degrade what is a beutifaul peaceful religion.

maybe u should spend less time on the internet,and get out more.

use ur spare time to PICK up an islamic book and increase your LACK of knowledge.

May 5, 2007 at 12:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

kardox u have some very twisted views.

seems youv been deprived of love and education.

and your ignorant views are only a reflection of your own upbringing.

therefore u seem to be very negative especially of islam.

its a shame u have experienced neglect and hate.

but please refraine from placing the blame on Islam, because your neighbours dont know how to follow it.

do not degrade what is a beutifaul peaceful religion.

maybe u should spend less time on the internet,and get out more.

use ur spare time to PICK up an islamic book and increase your LACK of knowledge.

good luck. may God bless u with his lov, grant you knowledge and vanish your ignorance!

May 5, 2007 at 12:05 PM  

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