ISIS wants to put out the shin­ing sun on Eifel Tower

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS - By Gazi Has­san

The re­cent week’s events turned France from the coun­try of pros­per­ity, open­ness and democ­racy into a square for con­fronting the ISIS can­ni­bals.

In Kur­dis­tan, ISIS was pounded hard. Pesh­merge did not only re­pel ISIS in Shin­gal and other ar­eas of Kur­dis­tan, but forced them into a lan­guish­ing re­al­ity. While ISIS is fad­ing in Kur­dis­tan, it wants to put out the shin­ing sun on the Eifel Tower of Paris. This will surely not hap­pen, be­cause the force of con­fronting ig­no­rance and dark­ness is still strong. What hap­pened in Paris is the dec­la­ra­tion of war against France.

I know that Pres­i­dent Barzani su­per­vised Pesh­merga in the op­er­a­tion of Free Shin­gal. He’s still on the moun­tain draw­ing the plans of restor­ing the sta­bil­ity, re­build­ing the trust and con­fi­dence to the Ezi­die Kurds, and he will suc­ceed in do­ing so. Pres­i­dent Hol­lande who lib­er­ates the free Europe against ISIS threats, should move his of­fice of con­fronting ISIS and elim­i­nat­ing their sup­ply lines onto Eifel Tower so that he can re­store the con­fi­dence and sta­bil­ity to all French peo­ple and will make the end­ing the anti-free­dom, sta­bil­ity and co­ex­is­tence threats as a new be­gin­ning for a bet­ter life across the world.

ISIS are strangers in Kur­dis­tan Re­gion and the Mid­dle East and have been im­ported from out­side. Some of them have abused free­dom, di­ver­sity and in­di­vid­ual rights in France and grown up there. Those in the Mid­dle East arose as re­sult of the terror, hunger, suf­fer­ing, un­em­ploy­ment, and re­li­gious op­pres­sion, while in France, they arose ex­ploit­ing the free­dom of re­li­gion, and re­spect­ing hu­man rights.

Con­trary to the Mid­dle East, the Free­dom, di­ver­sity, and ab­sence of op­press­ing re­li­gious author­ity should not be ex­ploited for pro­duc­ing rad­i­cal and ter­ror­ist groups. So if un­em­ploy­ment, low in­come, de­te­ri­o­rat­ing econ­omy, op­pres­sion, con­trol of in­for­ma­tion, so­cial back­ward­ness, fail­ure of demo­cratic and na­tional project ac­cel­er­ate the ma­chine of violence in the Mid­dle East, then in Europe and es­pe­cially France it’s the free­dom of com­mu­ni­ca­tion and pub­lish­ing in­for­ma­tion (the or­di­nary and se­ri­ous), free­dom of ex­pres­sion and ex­ploit­ing the free plat­forms and in­di­vid­ual rights guar­an­teed by law in those coun­tries are fac­tors of aris­ing vi­o­lent peo­ple.

The front of free­dom, hu­man­ity and open­ness should con­sider open­ing a wider and more ac­tive front to fight ISIS and re­li­gious fundamentalists. Think­ing of elim­i­nat­ing the prin­ci­ples and fac­tors, then the rad­i­cal groups which can be im­ple­mented af­ter dic­ta­tors of the Mid­dle East are gone, then pre­vent­ing those groups to abuse the free­dom of the peo­ple for ex­tin­guish­ing the shin­ing sun of Eifel Tower and tak­ing steps back to the dark­ness of can­ni­bal­ism.

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