Pres­i­dent Barzani vows to avenge Yazidi Kurds

Pres­i­dent Barzani agrees with Pesh­marga com­man­ders’ de­mands to get united against the chal­lenges

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Kur­dis­tan re­gional Pres­i­dent Massoud Barzani replied the let­ter of the Pesh­marga com­man­ders in which they asked the Kur­dish lead­er­ship and Kur­dis­tan Par­lia­ment to get united against the chal­lenges.

“I have re­ceived your let­ter about the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion in the Kur­dis­tan Re­gion which was ad­dressed to us and the peo­ple of Kur­dis­tan. The con­tent of your let­ter rep­re­sents our opin­ion as well and that I agree with you. I sup­port your let­ter and of­fer my voice to your de­mands,” Pres­i­dent Barzani’s let­ter read.

The pres­i­dent went on and said that: “In this crit­i­cal mo­ment, it is nec­es­sary to re­solve our in­ter­nal dis­putes through con­sen­sus. It is un­pleas­ant to make cri­sis by our­selves and be­come the source of un­cer­tainty and wor­ries for the peo­ple. Those, who con­sider the blood of the mar­tyrs and sac­ri­fices of the Pesh­marga forces, would never do such things.”

As a Pesh­marga, Pres­i­dent Barzani said, I un­der­stand your feel­ings and tes­tify your brav­ery and courage to de­fend the hon­our and dig­nity of Kur­dis­tan. “I feel the pain of moth­ers of the mar­tyred Pesh­marga fight­ers and the sighs and groans of the in­jured. I un­der­stand the sit­u­a­tion of the Pesh­marga forces and their spirit to con­front the bru­tal en­e­mies in the trenches. You a source of pride and you are pre­servers of Kur­dis­tan.”

Sev­eral Kur­dis­tan Re­gion Pesh­marga com­man­ders have ad­dressed an opened mes­sage to the Kur­dis­tan Re­gional pres­i­den­cies com­prised of pres­i­dency of Coun­cil of Min­is­ters, pres­i­dency of Kur­dis­tan Par­lia­ment and pres­i­dency of Kur­dis­tan Re­gion, ask­ing the Kur­dish po­lit­i­cal par­ties to abide by the round­table dis­cus­sions and sort out the po­lit­i­cal dis­putes through di­a­logue.

They re­ferred to the num­ber of the mar­tyrs of the Pesh­marga forces which has re- cently reached 1,200 mar­tyrs who have been de­fend­ing Kur­dis­tan borders from Kobane to Jelawla.

Nev­er­the­less; the Kur­dish par­ties are in a vague dis­pute that might lead the Kur­dis­tan Re­gion to an am­bigu­ous fu­ture. Kur­dis­tan passes by a very dif­fi­cult and sen­si­tive stage; there­fore, we need to deal with the cur­rent sit­u­a­tion in a very pa­tri­otic spirit and work on act­ing up Pesh­marga morale’s.

1. Muhamed Ha­jji Mah­mood 2. Mah­m­mod San­gawi 3. Zaem Ali 4. Sheikh Jaf­far sheikh Mustafa 5. Faray­don Jwan­roye 6. Mus­rafa chawrash 7. Hamid Afandi 8. Jamil Hawrami 9. Qadir Qadir 10. Ad­nan Hama Mina 11. Lieu­tenant Yu­nis 12. Hamid Ha­jji Ghali 13. Muhamed Mala Ali Hal­ab­jaye

14. Mamosta Jalal 15. An­war Ha­jji Os­man 16. Lieu­tenant gen­eral: Ja­mal Eminki 17. Wasta Ra­sool 18. Sayyid Kaka 19. Ab­dul­lah Bowr 20. Ja­mal Murtka 21. Aziz Waysi 22. Hama Rashid Qaradaxi 23. Muh­sen Dashty 24. Balen Ab­dul­lah 25. Bah­man Hus­sein 26. Saad Khalid 27. Mam Ghafour 28. Sheikh Ali 29. Muhamed Khalid Busli 30. Os­man Qas­sim 31. Ali Tele 32. Qas­sim Shasho 33. Khalid Kuchar 34. Khalid banni 35. Adel Rash 36. Mare­wan Karim Agha 37. Sayyid Hazhar 38. Sheikh Zrar sheikh Qadir 39. Has­san Nurri 40. Tarqi Harni 41. Sadi Ali Berno

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