Kur­dis­tan Foot­ball Team Jersey Highly De­manded in Di­yarbakir

The Kurdish Globe - - FRONT PAGE -

The Kur­dis­tan Foot­ball team jer­seys have been the heat of con­ver­sa­tion in the mar­ket's in Di­yarbakir city. Ac­cord­ing to the Di­yarbakir News Web­site, most of those who have been buy­ing the jer­seys are youths from the city.

The web­site in­di­cated that the jer­seys are made in Is­tan­bul and Dilok, and the Turk­ish gov­ern­ment is against the Kur­dis­tan flag be­ing spread and used by peo­ple like be­fore. The young­sters are cur­rently not afraid of wear­ing the Jer­seys and ex­press­ing their love for the Kur­dish flag and the Kur­dish Foot­ball team.

The So­lu­tion Process, known in the me­dia as the Turk­ish-Kurd peace process, have made a rad­i­cal change in the Kurds life­style. Kurds are now study­ing in their own mother tongue lan­guage. The So­lu­tion Process is the name of the on­go­ing peace ef­forts, which aims are to re­solve the Kur­dish–Turk­ish con­flict.

The con­flict has been on­go­ing since 1984 and re­sulted in some 40,000-100,000 mor­tal ca­su­al­ties and great eco­nomic losses for Tur­key as well as high dam­age to the Kur­dish pop­u­la­tion. Though there was a uni­lat­eral cease-fire be­tween 1999 and 2004, the sides failed to gain un­der­stand­ing and the con­flict be­came in­creas­ingly vi­o­lent un­til very re­cently.

The peace process is be­lieved to move Kurds to a new era where peo­ple gain more rights just like peo­ple in Iraqi Kur­dis­tan.

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