September 29, 2017

“The mood has been very happy”: Talking to Christian refugees about Kurdish independence

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, I spoke to international law attorney Jennifer Breedon, who is still on her fact-finding, humanitarian mission in Northern Iraq.

She talks about the mood in Christian refugee camps after the vote on Kurdish independence. 

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commented 2017-09-30 17:23:24 -0400
Excellent posts.
The old adage that if we don’t pay attention to history, it is bound to repeat itself; comes to mind.
commented 2017-09-29 15:59:07 -0400
I have to agree with you Karan Singh.
I would rather we stay out of it except to help and or relocate the Christian and Yazidis (or Yesidis), who will probably never be able to ‘relax’ in any Muslim held country. As you say, things rarely remain ‘moderate’ in a majority Muslim country. Many examples of that.
commented 2017-09-29 14:43:48 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 34,121 Attacks, 219,891 Killed, 300,988 Injured that we know of

“Christians are the worst part of Canadian Society”, Justin Trudeau, Debate Post, March 28, 2017
commented 2017-09-29 13:46:36 -0400
Beware!! Christians & Yezidis living in Kurdistan control areas; know thy enemy.
Of course the kurdish muslims will pretend to support & protect christian & yezidis in their region for the simple reason; they need domestic & international support to reach their goal of independence which they could get more easily if they present themselves as tolerant, moderate muslims who recognize the rights of other religious groups. However, once the aim is fulfilled there’s nothing to stop them from implementing the tenets of islam, after all they revere the same prophet & read from the same religious book as isis, al-qaida, hamas, hezbollah, lashkar e-taiba. Moreover, there’s no guarantee that the governing body of independent Kurdistan won’t come under saudi arabia & qatar influence eventually bringing their newly formed country under sharia where again christians will be relegated to dhimmi status & yezidis, classified as ‘kaffir, would be all fair game either to kill or convert.
When pakistan (and bangladesh-formerly east pakistan) was created as separate country in 1947 many Christians & Hindus felt the same way & decided to stay on in pakistan territory. Now, we all know how they are being treated in their home countries. The situation is same for minority population in all muslim majority countries.
Obviously the christians & yezedis in Kurdish majority region are stuck between a rock & a hard place with little hope from either side yet, they’ve to choose between devil & deep blue sea, because the globalists won’t accept the third alternative.