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hatay and the kurds

Reader comment on item: Is the Hatay/Alexandretta Problem Solved?
in response to reader comment: Alexandretta is a part of Kurdistan

Submitted by ibrahim (United Kingdom), Mar 24, 2008 at 07:25

yes, he is right. i come from kuraga in the syrian kursistan side. we dont have any arabs and turks, all the people there are kurds and we have long history in this land. and just to let you know there is 360 villages kurdag in syrian side and big city like efrin almost one milion and there is more kurds in number hatay in turkish side now, and this lands belong to the kurds. i have a lot of family lives in turkish side in islahia and kurkan

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