Khandan - highlighted newspaper (The Christian Science Monitor of America), the light on the Kurds and their quest to achieve their dream of an independent state of their own, said, "The unrest in Syria and Iraq, offering them a chance to realize the dream." The US newspaper, that the Kurds are considered the largest ethnic group in the world without state, and dreams of most of them to wipe the mountainous border and the establishment of "Greater Kurdistan", but they did not possess international support to achieve this goal, but the new generation is hoping that there will be change, thanks to their role as key partners in the US-led war against al "Daash" terrorist with possible collapse of the states Syria and Iraq. The Kurdish resulted in gains in Iraq and more recently in Syria for increasing their control over the territory.In Turkey, which has the largest concentration of the Kurds, the party loyal to them they were able to succeed in reaching the parliament for the first time. Despite the collapse of the peace process between Turkey and the PKK, which allowed the return of violence, the Democratic Peoples' Party won the proportion of parliamentary representation in the elections held this week. In Iran, Kurdish activists still face execution. But the role of the Kurds in the chapters of the war on "Daash", including a victory in Kubani, is what sparked international sympathy to the Kurdish issue Every military victory ignites a sense of destiny. Several months ago, analysts were talking about the Kurdish moment, and they say that the international climate was not more appropriate to the efforts of the Kurds towards independence as it is at this time. However, most of them now warn that the internal crisis. Science Monitor quoted analyst (Mutlu Severolo) resident in Washington, saying that we do not we can still talk about the Kurdish moment because the genie has come out of the bottle, and has become the issue of the Kurdish regional and international, and you need to be addressed by the world powers that sooner or later.
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