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Turkomans are an inseparable part of Kurdistan

8/1/2006 KurdishMedia.com - By Dr Kamal Mirawdeli

We feel that within Torkman arena there is a tendency for betrayal and trejavascript:void(0)
Publishason against Kurdistan's federalism by some Torkman agents who have sold themselves. We will not allow these people to speak in the name of Torkmans who try through their paymasters to prevent the implementation of the article 58 about the Kurdistan identity of Kirkuk.

Turkish masses in Kirkuk and everywhere support the return of Kirkuk and all other areas to Kurdistan federal region. Kirkuk is the heart of Kurdistan. All attempts to change the national identity of Kirkuk have been defeated and all Turkomans are shoulder to shoulder with their Kurdish brothers to insist on the Kurdistan identity of Kirkuk. They do not put forward meaningless slogans and demands. For example Al-Sabah daily had a headline on its issue No 648, on page 6, (Torkmans demand a special federation for Kirkuk.¦.
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