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kurds had stolen our history

Oct-14-2001 at 01:39 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Last edited by Albert Nasser on Oct-14-2001 at 01:46 PM (CT)

how easy kurds had changed our history and made it related to them.

Posted by Albert Nasser on Sunday, 14 October 2001, at 11:05 a.m.AINA

Dear Ashurians

click on the link and read how kurds are changing the political history of north of iraq during the english occupation. if anyone of you had read that kurds had an political case in U.N before establishing iraq as a new political body, please let us know.

only Ashurians were in connection with U.N, britain and turkey. Iraqies were aware about all that Ashurian issue.

Without Ashurians Mosul wouldn't be part of iraq. Kurds says without kurds Mousl wouldn't be part of iraq now.

Ashurians played the patriotic part in keeping Mousl linked to iraq of today... Kurds now are denying that and relate the whole case to themselves as being patriotic...

just read and try to change the word kurds to Ashurians in the article where it says subtitle "Al-kurd Thamanett AL-Iraq" and you will find how easy kurds had changed and had stolen our history and made it related to them.
I refere you to read my article "The story that will never be forgoten" in this forum to have the backround of Mousel Wilayat issue.


http://217.158.5.3/azzaman/articles/10-09/p4910102001.htm


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1. RE: kurds had stolen our history

Feb-13-2003 at 01:25 AM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

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well , they have exterminated alot of our people -in alliance with TURKS - and stolen our land . It is no surprise that they steal out HISTORY ,CULTURE ,SONGS...etc

What will happen when SADDAM GOES????
this SATANIC KURDISH EVIL is capable of ANYTHING......................

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