A Starving Nation

As a Kurd, have you ever felt the strain of answering questions about your existence?  Has anyone ever questioned your place in history? How well do you know about your heritage? I'm sure we can all think of a ...

A Biased History

It was Malcom X who said that “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” In order to begin, we must clear our minds from the thought’s we have been told t...

Where Did Kurdistan Come From?

As a British born and raised Kurd I have come to realise the greatest struggle, especially for those in the Diaspora, is the one within ourselves. The greatest battle we fight in our quest for freedom is the wa...

East Kurdistan Newroz Celebrations 2713

Kurds in East Kurdistan are usually given more leeway in the celebrating Newroz, owing to the fact that it is deeply embedded in Iranian culture as well unlike in Turkey, Syria, and Iraq where the celebration d...

Kurdistan’s Unsung Heroes

The history of Kurdish women has sadly been an invisible one — not because people don’t want to know about Kurdish women, but because they don’t know where to learn about Kurdish women. It’s hard to know about ...