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Hatay is a only gate on the sea for new Kurdistan republic

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in response to reader comment: hatay is part of kurdistan and most people of hatay are kurds

Submitted by saman (Iraq), Oct 6, 2012 at 14:57

The all lands around (iskenderun , Gazyantep, Kurdish part of ADANA ) including the Efrin area in Syria will join the future Kurdistan state , these areas were a part of SALAHADDIN Aiyoby Empire

so it is our historical land and it is the only gate for kurdistan on the sea .

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