Informative Article | Education Management | Malaysia | Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015
The Iraqi Kurdish Density after the Kurdish Movement Collapsed in March 1975
Karwan Salih Waisy
Abstract: The Kurdish wishes for a self-governing state was destroyed in March, when Kurdish leader Mullah Mustafa Barzani lost Iranian and U. S support and was forced to evacuate his forces from Iraq. Approximately two million Kurds now face eventual integration into Iraqi society. Iraq and Iran will be burdened with providing long-term economic support for these refugees. Since aid will be required until adequate tasks and housing could be found. This transition was expected to be troublesome due to neither Baghdad nor Tehran intends to allow enclaves of Kurdish nationalist, aspiring toward an independent Kurdistan state, to turn out to be reestablished. This article outlines the history and genesis of Kurdish refugees conditions as well as Kurdish disagreement and political groups in Iraqi Kurdistan after the Kurdish movement collapsed. This study presented a significant amount of certainly not published details about these parties. Particular attention is paid to link between Iraqi amnesty offer as well as reaction to the Kurds, Irans burden and the international aid, as well as Barzanis health condition.
Keywords: Kurdish Issue and refugees, Mustafa Barzanis condition, Iraq as well as Iran reactions to the Kurds, and international aid
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015,
Pages: 42 - 48
How to Cite this Article?
Karwan Salih Waisy, "The Iraqi Kurdish Density after the Kurdish Movement Collapsed in March 1975", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015, pp. 42-48, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SUB15999
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