In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1kurdo masculinekurda feminine
- Asked to choose between the Kurds and the Turks we might well become confused.
- Saladin was a Kurd, and many of his soldiers were not Arabs.
- The presence or absence of Kurds neither adds nor subtracts to the legitimacy of the protest.
- A group of youths said that the people living at the house were Kurds.
- Half of the Kurds reside in Turkey, where they comprise over 20 percent of the Turkish population.
- Yet once outside threats were removed the Kurds began fighting among themselves.
- Foreign journalists who left the city reported fierce fighting between Arabs and Kurds in Mosul.
- This would be no more separatist than what the Americans have already conceded to the Kurds in the north.
- His treatment of the Kurds and Marsh Arabs transcends any claim to sovereign invulnerability.
- It reveals an alternative, rebel underworld in Istanbul, populated mainly by Kurds.
- Turkey has claimed the deaths were the result of civil unrest at a time of war and that Turks and Kurds also lost their lives.
- Eventually the Kurds and the Turks sorted everything out and our convoy rolled out of Silopi.
- In 1945, Kurds set up a Kurdish republic at Mahabad in the Soviet, occupied zone in Iran.
- In 1991, the Americans again called on the Kurds to revolt and again abandoned them.
- For Orta, that attention is as necessary now as it was when she first saw television pictures of displaced Kurds.
- Because of their religious rites the Yezidis were despised by the rest of Kurds and lived in isolation.
- Nor do we have any problem with our brothers the Kurds, the Christians or the Turkmen.
- Note how many quotes are from wounded Kurds insisting that they do not blame the Americans.
- A large group of Kurds headed to Rusholme and the Kurdistan Restaurant to celebrate the news.
- Since the end of the sanctions, the Kurds have sought ways to make up for that lost income.
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