By Abbey Mikha
As we are witnessing everyday what is going on in the North Iraq Occupied Assyria it is evident that the Kurds want to take over the entire Assyrian region and who knows maybe eventually they will try to take over the entire Iraq. While the people of Iraq suffered since the time of the Gulf War the Kurds exploited the misery of the people and the country by establishing themselves as a region in Iraq, a thorn in the side of the Assyrians and everyone. Every area where there is oil in Iraq the Kurds want to take over. Every area where there is Assyrian history the Kurds want to take advantage because we are not organized as a nation and have not been able to acquire our rights. I have met many Iraqis who say that they are Assyrians, but I have never met a Kurd who declares himself an Assyrian or as an Iraqi. So, why should the Iraqi people and government give them any respect?
Send the Kurds back where they came from and allow the Assyrians to build their sacred region in Iraq. Allow our people out from the refugee camps which ISIS pressed them towards. Finally, give the authorization for our people to go back their towns and villages and allow them to live and thrive.
The Kurds are not champions and this is a fact. They proved this when ISIS was invading the Assyrian people of the Nineveh Plains region. They left our people to be slaughtered. Now at our nation’s weakest moment they are making their moves to further establish their region and declare their dominance. Who gives these criminals the right to disrespect and harass the Assyrian people?
I wish that the Iraqi people and government will sympathize with the Assyrians and not just stand by with the Kurds because they are fellow Muslims and because they are supported by the USA, Israel, and all the other merciless blind people with an agenda against the Assyrians and the ancient soil of Iraq.
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Abbey is a writer and blogger interested in humanitarian issues. Abbey is striving to be a mental health consultant. She is writing her second book, "Not The End" and she hopes to speak to mental health communities all around the world using her story and experience with mental health to give hope to others struggling.
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