Kurdistan an American Ally or Foe?


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Join me as we delve into the America's relationship with Kurdistan.


Where: Blog Talk Radio 

Welcome to American Freedom Watch Radio with Guest Host Laurie Bartlett and John Estabrooks

Topic: War and Conflict - Understanding the relationship between Kurdistan and the U.S.A.

Dr. Douglas Layton - Editor - Art Director - Kurdistan Tour Guide.  Dr. Layton has lived and worked in Kurdistan over 25 years in various capacities including the US State Department Country Director of Health Care Partnerships and as the National Director for the Kurdistan Development Corporation. He has written extensively on Kurdistan and is the founder of the first American English language school in Kurdistan.

Richard Mills - Texas television producer who has covered a number of wars and conflicts. He has witnessed "the barbarity and brutality of the Islamic Mujahideen fighter while covering the Yugoslavia War.

Camran Wani - First generation Kurdish American, has lived in the U.S.A. since 1994. Camran is very active in the Kurdish Community and a member of the Tennessee Kurdish Council. Camran lived in all four regions of Kurdistan and has witnessed the atrocities put upon the people of Kurdistan.

Tabeer  Taabur - Member of the Tennessee Kurdish Community Council. Their mission is to speak in a stronger voice for Kurds and engage them in the American civil life. Masters in Criminal Justice.  Tabeer left Southern Kurdistan 19 years ago - was 9 years old at the time. Tabeer lives in Nashville and is married for four wanderful boys.  "Although we are currently not in Kurdistan but we are spiritually there. That's why I chose to be an activist to spread the awareness about Kurds."

 


 


 

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