On Tuesday, March 25th, 2008, the Islamic Republic’s revolutionary court sentenced 7 Kurdish detainees to 3 years imprisonment in the city of Baneh, located in the Iranian Kurdistan region, for their participation in general demonstrations throughout Iranian Kurdistan in 2005 …Posted in Iran, Kurdistan, Violence | Tagged Kurdish rights, Kurdistan, Kurds | Comments Off on Kurds Imprisoned by the Islamic Republic for Protesting
Monthly Archives: March 2008
Dear friends and supporters of peace, For as long as anyone can remember, the Kurdish people have been abused and denied basic human rights by oppressive governments who seek to eradicate the Kurdish identity from the Middle East. Just yesterday …Posted in Activism, Campaigns, Free speech, Our campaigns | Tagged Kurdish rights, Kurdistan, Kurds | Comments Off on Our Campaign to Revamp This Site, Please Help!
The Kurds are the largest ethnic group in the world without their own state, numbering somewhere between 25 to 35 million in population. They mostly live in a region often referred to as Kurdistan, which stretches across the borders of …Posted in Featured | Tagged Kurdish rights, Kurdistan, Kurds | Comments Off on Who are the Kurds?