More than 150 years Kurdistan Flag is still supreme no matter how Kurdistan devastated

More than 150 years Kurdistan Flag is still supreme no matter how Kurdistan devastated, its Kurdistan national flag day on Wednesday 17 December let’s raise it like always and ask for an independence ,let’s show the whole world Kurdistan deserve to be a country to live in peace, security and freedom .

Kurdistan national flag day on Wednesday 17 December.
Kurdistan national flag day on Wednesday 17 December.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The National Flag was first introduced by the leaders of the Khoyboun, (“independence”) movement to represent the Kurds in their struggle for independence from the moribund Ottoman Empire. It was subsequently presented to the members of the international delegation at the Paris Peace Conference that devised a plan for Kurdish independence as a part of the Treaty of Sèvres with Ottoman Turkey in 1920. Under the same flag the Khoyboun announced the formation of the first “Kurdish Government in Exile” in 1927 and fought a drawn-out war until 1932, in order to revive the Kurdish national independence, lost since 1848.

In 1946 and the creation of the Republic of Kurdistan at Mahabad, the old “sunny flag” was adopted by its parliament as the official Flag of the Republic. Following these historic background, the National Flag is widely adopted in Kurdistan and has been set aloft by various Kurdish movements and entities in all sectors of the land.

The “sunny flag” has thus been consecrated by the blood of all Kurdish patriots of this century, from tens of thousands who fell in defending the independence movement under the Khoyboun, to the President of the Republic of Kurdistan and his elected cabinet who were hanged in sight of this flag by the foe. The flag was aloft when Dersim was immolated in 1938; it was aloft when wounded Kurds on stretchers were placed before the firing squads in 1980; it was aloft when Kurdish civilians were gassed in their thousands in cities and towns in 1988; it was aloft when millions were driven from their villages and towns that have been set alight since1989; and, it remains aloft everywhere today–150 years after the loss of Kurdish independence–when Kurds are redoubling their perennial struggle to regain their dignity and equality with other nations by reviving their right to choose the course of their own future.

 

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Kurdistan

http://www.crwflags.com/fotw/flags/iq-krg.html

With the participation of Bahdin Sevo Sindi