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Monday, December 12, 2005 

New Badge

I know that I am personally not someone to want big logos on my site, I prefer little badges. So I decided to make one for KBU, you are more than welcome to use it---and if you think that it is utter crap, you can make your own. However if you like it, just put the following code into your template:

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Add our badge :

I also prefer small buttons, and I really like your new badge. I added it to my weblog:
The Is-Ought Problem

very nice bagde for you thank you zor supas in kurdish (thank you)

A plea from a worried but hopeful Kurd

I find it totally inconceivable that any self respecting Kurd would shun the democracy we have built in Iraqi Kurdistan over the last fifteen years, may I just remind those individuals that it came about with the loss of 182,000 thousand Kurdish villagers, the destruction of 3827 thousand villages, 1,754 Schools, 2,450 Mosques, 270 Hospitals. I understand that some sections of Kurdish society feel alienated at the present moment with the lack of water, oil, electricity and the apparent continuation of corruption among some officials, but this does not constitute a reason to throw away the strong position we have earned at he bargaining table in the state of Iraq. This is a critical juncture for the Kurdish people of Iraq, the choice now is weather we have a say and a stake in the new government or whether we become subordinate to it in everyway imaginable, this is a hard reality we will have to face if we do not turn out in numbers and vote for the only real option the Kurdistan Alliance 730. We Kurds have everything to lose and still much to gain, we so far have had the upper hand because our strong turnout in the January 30th elections. There are forces at work in and around Iraq which would absolutely love us not to turn out and vote because it would seriously weaken our position to the point that they could force there will upon us on the issues that we hold true to our hearts such as Kirkuk. And as Kurds we owe it to the mothers of those martyrs, who will continue to morn for all eternity and their fathers who have an empty hole in there hearts left by their young courageous sons who bloodied the Kurdish mountains fighting for the freedoms which we now take for granted.
And also please consider how lucky we really and let us look at our Kurdish brothers in Turkey, Iran and Syria and ask them which situation they would prefer, some corruption and temporary shortages of water, oil and electricity or a free Kurdistan like the one we live in . And I think we all know the answer to that question.
I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my article.

I just found your blog, and am very impressed. I will continue to read it daily. Thank you for sharing your views and news with us!

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