Tuesday, August 28, 2007



When the Human Rights Watch published its report about the prisoners abuse in Kurdistan it failed to address the problematic core issue, which is the lack of political freedom of speech and liberty for all political entities in the northern region apart from the kinship and clans of both Talabani and Barazani; as most of the political prisoners behind bars are those who voiced their objections to the existing rigidity of the political functionalism that dates back from last century. Also, to BC surprise those who are in favor of hindering polarized political views and free-thoughts are the communists of Kurdistan who had had long history of fighting Saddam’s armies in the 70s, 80s and 90s in the name of liberty and freedom. In fact, some communists there have long ago turned into CIA spies like Fahkri Karim Zangana (Kurd-of Iranian origin) – the personal aid of Mr. Barazani and the ex- chief editor of Tareeq Al Sha’b – currently the chief editor of the yellow journalism Al Mada, who is widely believed to be the open channel link between the CIA-Mossad and the government of Syria as he maintains bases in both Damascus and Beirut.

Today Kurdistan sits on ancient shale and the KRG is yet again cracking down on people’s lawful political activities, which is reminiscing of not Saddam’s days but those of the CIA installed fascist regime of Greece back in Nixon’s days. But the example could surpass that of Saddam’s if some one speaks of removing Barazani or Talabani. One kurd from Erbil told BC if you need a quick air-left just speak out about the government!! The invaders are paranoid and quite intolerant of any inclination in political views that could jeopardize the current establishment, and if any wrong signals have been detected then the war on terror’s tune is immediately amplified. The invaders long term plan for permanent bases in Kurdistan does not leave any room for such political freedom.

Hitherto it is believed that more than 800 people – mainly Kurds, have been shuffled to various jails in Erbil, Sulaimaniya and even Dhuk. The HRW were permitted to interview some prisoners who happened to be air lifted from Mosul, but there are more than 130 secular political Kurds who are under tight security due to their beliefs and political tendencies. Some represent newly established parties that until now have not seen the light like the center-left kurdish party and the patriotic youth of Kurdistan who are extremely critical of the invaders presence in the region.

As the expired passed down in history so should its remnants. And Harbaschi for the new Kurdistan Order!!

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