Barzani and Talabani are using force to stay in
power. The Kurdish people revolutions can end up
like the Libyan do. Libyan revolts successfully are
organized in the east of Libya and marching westward
to defeat the military forces loyal to Moammar
Gadhafi and his Sons.
Barzani and Talabani are not answering Kurdish
people’s demand to go away peacefully. The Kurd can
start fighting in any moment in the city of
Sulaimaniyah - Kurdistan and March westward to city
of Erbil Kurdistan.
The US Forces are in the region with mandate from UN
to keep peace in Iraq until the end of the year
2011. It means that as soon as peaceful
demonstrations changing to fighting the US Forces
will arrest Massoud Barzani to stop the civil wars
between the Kurds.
Massoud Barzani is determined to fight like Moammar
Gadhafi and his Sons do. Jalal Talabani forces will
join demonstrators in the city of Sulaimaniyah as
soon as the fighting starts by Barzani militia in
the region. Barzani secret services are in work to
eliminate the leaders of the demonstrators. This
fighting will escalate to real and hot fighting
soon. The Kurdish civil war will be bloody like
Libyan civil war.
The only different between Libyan civil war and
Kurdistan civil war is the present of the US Forces
in Kirkuk to keep peace in Kurdistan region of Iraq.
The US Forces will interfere as soon as the civil
wars are breaking out between Kurds to keep peace.
The peaces in the region are not possible as long as
Massoud Barzani and Jalal Talabani are in power in
Hamma Mirwaisi is the author of the book, "Return
of the Medes". Born in Kurdistan, he
is a US citizen and has lived in the US for over 35
years. He currently works as a speaker and business
consultant for the Middle East region where he hopes
to some day aid in the establishment of an “Economic
Union” in the area spanning from Pak to Turkey and
from Kurdistan to the former Soviet Union. He can be
reached at [email protected] Return of the Medes
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