1-6-51 Islamic State

0 Contents 1 Background 1-6 Islamic Alarms

IslamicTerror Groups 1-6-53

1-6-52 * Kurdish Struggle

Explaining Turkey's AFP government staged attack that killed thirty of its own Citizans to prevent Kurds maintaining the place in government!

0 June 7, 2015 Kurdish party thwarts Erdogan's ambitions with Turkish election advance.

1. July 20, 2015 Turkey's AFP government staged attack.

2. July 26, 2015 Turkey uses its July 20 murders blamed on ISIS to start bombing AKP! Turkish jets hit PKK targets in Iraq after soldiers killed: sources

  My Overview Notes.



1-6-52.0 June 7, 2015 Kurdish party thwarts Erdogan's ambitions with Turkish election advance
1-6-52.1 July 20, 2015 Turkey's AFP government staged attack.
1-6-52.2 July 26, 2015 Turkey uses its July 20 murders blamed on ISIS to start bombing AKP!
1-6-52.3 June 5, 2016 Protests in Istanbul as immunity is stripped from Kurdish lawmakers

  My Overview Notes.

Note, the Kurds were Zoroastrian and Christian around time an Arab Muslim army 641 AD, Arab commander Utba ibn Farqad murdered the Kurdish men that would not submit to Islam.

A Kurd named Nasr or Narseh converted to Christianity, and changed his name to Theophobos during the reign of Emperor Theophilus and was the emperor's intimate friend and commander for many years.[27] Narseh joined Babak's rebellion in southern Kurdistan, but Abbasid armies defeated his forces in 833 and according to the Muslim historian Tabari around 60,000 of his followers were killed. Narseh himself fled to the Byzantine territories and helped form the Kurdish contingent of Theophilus. This Kurdish force invaded the domain of caliphate in 838 to help Babak's rebellion. After the defeat of Babak, Narseh and his followers settled in Pontus (north-central Anatolia).[28]

Having conquered Iran and imposed their yoke on the caliph of Baghdad, the Seljuq Turks annexed the Kurdish principalities one by one. Around 1150, Ahmad Sanjar, the last of the great Seljuq monarchs, created a province out of these lands and called it Kurdistan.

Kurds were enslaved as soldier in the advance against the Christian Middle East. They became part of a powerful worrier class that later defeated the Christian Crusades with its corrupted upper class worldly christian leadership!
(affluence destroys a people as the women choose wet murses and babysitters so they afluent class becams more and more autistic-sociopathic-narsisstic-sadomasocistic-homosexual and Christ finds no lives to host his outlook.)

An-Nasir Salah ad-Din Yusuf ibn Ayyub (Arabic: صلاح الدين يوسف بن أيوب‎‎ / ALA-LC: Ṣalāḥ ad-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb; Kurdish: سەلاحەدینی ئەییووبی‎ / ALC-LC: Selahed??y? known as Saladin (/ˈs?ədɪn/; 1137 ? 4 March 1193), was the first sultan of Egypt and Syria[4] and the founder of the Ayyubid dynasty. A Sunni Muslim of Kurdish origin,[5][6][7] Saladin led the Muslim military campaign against the Crusader states in the Levant. At the height of his power, his sultanate included Egypt, Syria, Upper Mesopotamia, the Hejaz, Yemen and other parts of North Africa.

Kurds were feared worriers by all. So, when British concured the Middle East they divided Kurdistan between Iran, Iraq and Turkey. Some Kurdish groups sought self-determination and the championing in the Treaty of S?res of Kurdish autonomy in the aftermath of World War I, Mustafa Kemal Atat?k prevented such a result. Kurds backed by the United Kingdom declared independence in 1927 and established so-called Republic of Ararat. Turkey suppressed Kurdist revolts in 1925, 1930, and 1937?1938, while Iran did the same in the 1920s to Simko Shikak at Lake Urmia and Jaafar Sultan of Hewraman region who controlled the region between Marivan and north of Halabja. A short-lived Soviet-sponsored Kurdish Republic of Mahabad in Iran did not long outlast World War II.

Nov 4, 2015 - More and more Kurdish Muslims living in Iraq are turning to Christ after witnessing the brutality of extremist groups like ISIS, who carry out horrific acts in the name of Allah, Christian aid workers have revealed



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Why Turkey's "ISLAMIC STATE Dilemma" Is Reviving Tensions With Kurds

Published on Jul 23, 2015

The Kurdish PKK militant group says it has assassinated two Turkish police officers as revenge for a suicide bomb attack on Monday that killed 32 young people. The assassinations have highlighted the rising tensions between Turkey's Kurdish population and the government. And it leaves Turkey with a big dilemma over the group calling itself Islamic State. The BBC's Jiyar Gol reports.

Would you like to know more?

Suruc massacre: 'Turkish student' was suicide bomber (BBC, July 22, 2015)

Suruc massacre highlights Turkey's Islamic State dilemma (BBC, July 21, 2015)

Şanlıurfa Suruc'ta Patlama G??t?eri. (YT, June 20, 2015, Warning, graphic footage!)

Focus On Turkey

ISLAMIC STATE Is An Islamic State


The Kurds (Kurdish: کوردKurd) are an ethnic group in the Middle East, mostly inhabiting a contiguous area spanning adjacent parts of southeastern Turkey (Northern or Turkish Kurdistan), western Iran (Eastern or Iranian Kurdistan), northern Iraq (Southern or Iraqi Kurdistan), and northern Syria (Western Kurdistan or Rojava).[47] The Kurds have ethnically diverse origins.[48][49] They are culturally and linguistically closely related to the Iranian peoples[48][50][51] and, as a result, are often themselves classified as an Iranian people.[52] Kurdish nationalists claim that the Kurds are descended from the Hurrians and the Medes,[53] (the latter being another Iranian people[54]) and the claimed Median descent is reflected in the words of the Kurdish national anthem: "we are the children of the Medes and Kai Khosrow".[55] The Kurdish languages form a subgroup of the Northwestern Iranian languages.[56][57]

The Kurds are estimated to number, worldwide, around 30?32 million, possibly as high as 37 million,[58] with the majority living in West Asia; however there are significant Kurdish diaspora communities in the cities of western Turkey, in particular Istanbul. A recent Kurdish diaspora has also developed in Western countries, primarily in Germany. The Kurds are the majority population in the autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan and in the autonomous region of Rojava, and are a significant minority group in the neighboring countries Turkey and Iran, where Kurdish nationalist movements continue to pursue greater autonomy and cultural rights.

.Today, the majority of Kurds are Sunni Muslim, belonging to the Shafi school.