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hatay is part of kurdistan and most people of hatay are kurds

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Submitted by karwan (Iraq), Nov 8, 2008 at 15:02

yes hatay is part of kurdistan. the kurds were living there since thousand of years before arabs and turkish . the arab are colonist like turk the arab came to hatay during the islamic war & stayed there since that time which is mean they are not from hatay originally also the turks came during the Ottoman empire. all these are evidence that hatay is a kurdish land and part of kurdistan and they will obtain their freedon soon, inshalah

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