Israel’s ‘Case for Kurdistan’

A mosque in central Erbil, capital of the Kurdistan Region. Photo by author

On August 7, 2017, Israel’s former foreign minister Shlomo Ben-Ari in an Op-Ed at the Project Syndicate Org. urged Washington to snatch Muslim Kurd majority territories from Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Iran to establish an Israel-friendly Kurdish state.

The Project Syndicate Org is funded by Jewish billionaire George Soro’s Open Society Institute and Danish Politiken Foundation which publishes country’s anti-Muslim daily Jyllands-Posten.

Currently, Ben-Avi is Vice President of the Toledo International Center for Peace (for Jews occupying Palestine).

After dishing the old Zionist mantra: A Land Without a People for a People Without a Land Ben Avi suggests in order to bring peace and stability in the Middle East, United States and its allies must help Kurds to have their own Kurdistan as they helped Jews to establish a Jewish state in Palestine in 1948.

Ben-Avi claims that Washington’s policy of a unified Iraq is not practical as country’s Shi’ite majority hates country’s Sunni, Kurd and Christian minorities.

After 14 years of failed military intervention in Iraq, the US should recognize that a unified, stable, democratic, and federal Iraq is a chimera. Since the US-led invasion in 2003, Iraq’s political system has become highly polarized along sectarian lines, with the ruling Shia majority marginalizing the Sunnis, including the Kurds,” said Ben-Avi.

As expected, the paranoid Jew couldn’t control his fear of Islamic Iran.

Today, Iraq is effectively an Iranian trusteeship, not a US ally. To the dismay of the Kurds and other Sunni Iraqis, Shia militias controlled by the Iraqi and Iranian governments, such as Hashd al-Shaabi, are filling much of the void left behind by ISIS,” said Ben-Avi.

Ben-Avi lauded Iraqi Kurds over their achievement of establishing an autonomous Kurdistan. He suggests that Trump should help Kurd majority areas in Turkey, Syria and Iran to join the Iraqi Kurdistan in order to establish world’s first Kurd state. However, the dude didn’t state that Israeli occupied areas where 100,000 Kurd Jews live, would be allowed to join the future independent state of Kurdistan.

Last year, Iran’s former foreign minister Dr. Ali-Akbar Velayati in a statement, said: Kurdistan will be another Israel in the region.

Henry Lowendorf, director of the US Peace Council wrote on August 9, 2017: “Israel has supported the terrorists in Syria whose goal is a sectarian, and backward-looking religious state, a kind of mirror of what is taking place in Israel itself. As Israel itself becomes more sectarian, more fundamentalist, more racist and more colonialist it is unsurprising that its ruling class joins its counterparts in the US and NATO to call for breaking up and weakening all neighboring and competing countries.”

The three US Congressmen who have been campaigning for an independent Kurdistan state, are all Israel-First, Rep. Joe Wilson, Rep. Steve King, and Rep. Trent Franks. Their logic is that if 13 million world Jewry can have state of Israel – why 35 million Kurds (95% Muslims) cannot have Kurdistan state.


2 responses to “Israel’s ‘Case for Kurdistan’

  1. Certainly Kurds have more right to a homeland where they inhabit than a hodge podge of illegals nestled on stolen Palestinian soil.

    • Kurd land was divided and merged with neighboring Muslim-majority nation-states (Turkey, Iraq, Syria and Iran) as part of Sykes-Picot agreement by Western Judeo-Christian colonial powers Britain, French and Russia. It was a revenge for Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi (a Kurd himself) kicking their imperial AZZs and recaptured Jerusalem from the Crusaders in 1187.

      The same three powers along with the newly developed out of British colonial power United States also planted the Zionist cancer in British-occupied Palestine in 1948.

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