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Yes, the Kurds have been abandoned

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Submitted by Marty S. (United States), Nov 14, 2017 at 08:47

The drive and yearning for independence by the Kurds is understandable. Yet, they've been sidelined once again, and now must "pay the price" for holding their referendum. Baloney. They have paid enough. When the region morphs into its next stage of disarray, Iraq and the U.S. may have to "pay the price" for not getting the critical support of the Kurds for whatever happens next.

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