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Said-i Kurdi

Reader comment on item: "A Corrective to the Pipes Worldview"?
in response to reader comment: Ustad

Submitted by tafa (United States), Feb 21, 2007 at 04:03

Lets call him by the name he calls himself. Said-i Kurdi.. i've never seen in anywhere in his books that he calls himself Ottoman,Turk or whatever But Said-i Kurdi..If we read him,follow him why would it matter whether he is a gypsye or a kurd, but if he is a kurd then why do not we just accept it.is it too difficult to accept that? just like saladin ayubi he is a kurd,he says he is, God created him as one and he is a kurd....

I think in order to understand him well, not just the way we individually want to accept him but just the way truly he is and he thinks we have to accept and recognize who he is and then we could reach a better understanding of him.



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