Power Struggles in Baghdad and Beyond Mean Opportunities for Iraq’s Kurds

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    Power Struggles in Baghdad and Beyond Mean Opportunities for Iraq’s Kurds

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    Read more: Power Struggles in Baghdad and Beyond Mean Opportunities for Iraq’s Kurds | Global Spin | TIME.com
     
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    The other shoe starts to fall in Iraq...
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    100 Dead In Iraq As VP Gets Death Sentence
    Mon Sep 10, 2012 - A wave of more than 20 attacks left dozens of people dead across Iraq as the country's fugitive vice-president was sentenced to hang for running death squads.
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    September 10, 2012 — Iraq's fugitive Sunni vice president on Monday declared his "absolute innocence" and rejected the terror trial that sentenced him to death on charges of masterminding the murder of rivals as a politically motivated sham.
     
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    Iraq's Kurdish President Talabani has stroke...

    Iraqi President Jalal Talabani 'in coma after stroke'
    18 December 2012 - Jalal Talabani is Iraq's first Kurdish president
     
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    President Talabani has struggled with his health in recent years...

    Iraq's Jalal Talabani arrives in Germany for treatment
    20 December 2012 - Iraqi President Jalal Talabani has arrived in Germany for further treatment after a reported stroke, Berlin says.
     
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    Man I hope he is ok.
     
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    Here is all the lands that doesn't belong to Iraqis:
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    Iraq is dead. We all know it's gonna end up in 3 seperate states.
     
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    Fuck Iraq, the Kurds just need to take a piece now while they can.
     
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    Kurdistani4ever Kurdistan is my homeland

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    Yes, and after that, the arabs will split this doomed country in 2 states, due to the minor difference (Religion)
    Iraq was never meant to be a country anyway. The brits hoped, that the different ethnic groups could learn to live together. But it all ended in total chaos. So now it's time for Iraq to be devided, then later Syria will come and finally Iran, which will split in to atleast 5 seperate parts.

    It's about time to crush the fake borders of this region, that are forcefully holding people back, taking away the freedom of many nations and ethnic groups.
     
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    I agree, all those countries were artificial anyways.
     
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    I couldn't agree more. If our enemies would take a look in history, then they would soon realise, that we have more rights to this land, than all 4 of them combined! They will always remain as fake states.
     

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