In a world threatened with the outbreak of the largest full scale war since WWII, the Middle East torn in civil wars and bombings of occupied territories and Africa confronting the worst Ebola outbreak mankind has ever seen, we can at last bring you some good news.
On Sunday, the Peshmerga forces in Kurdistan were able to overpower the IS militants that had seized Mosul Dam and threatened the security, electricity and water supply of the entire country of Iraq. Although we may be seen by some as premature for celebrating this victory, we believe any good news in today’s world is welcome.
The struggle in Iraq is not over, nor is the challenge for Mosul Dam. Kurdish forces are still discovering explosives, roadside bombs and suicide bombers in the area which must be removed before the dam can be declared fully secure.
We again repeat our call for an Independent Kurdistan, and confirm our support of the Peshmerga forces. Although the US military played a minor role by providing airstrikes and some weaponry, it is Kurdish blood that will spill in the battles, Kurdish mothers who will bury their sons, and Kurdish children who will still hope for a future.
INDEPENDENT KURDISTAN NOW.