The evolution of Kurdish nationalism

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Mohammed M. A. Ahmed, Michael M. Gunter
Mazda Publishers, 2007 - History - 315 pages
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This book is has a very detailed description on the Kurdish people from Syria, to Eastern Iran (Greater Khorasan). It talks about the Kurds that live in the Levant and that the Kurds are extremely proud in their own national origins. This has no bias, apparently.

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CHAPTER 2
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CHAPTER 3
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About the author (2007)

MOHAMMED M.A. AHMED served the United Nations in various capacities for many years, first as a resident expert in Jordan, Syria, Bahrain and Sri Lanka and then as Senior Social Affairs officer at the UN Economic and Social Commission for West Asia. Upon leaving, he founded the Ahmed Foundation for Kurdish Studies, a non-partisan organization. Dr. Ahmed has organized numerous conferences on Kurdish issues and has published, as editor, in cooperation with Professor Michael Gunter several books on Kurdish topics including The Kurdish Question and the 2003 Iraqi War and The Evolution of Kurdish Nationalism.

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