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And the voice of a woman should be heard everywhere ...In the Kurdish environment, Middle Eastern women are developing on a par with a man.


“Who comes to mind,” wrote academician I. A. Orbeli, “that Saladin, who caused so much grief to the crusaders, is a Kurd, that the glorious stories Of Armenia and Georgia, not only glorious as commanders, but also as builders of culture, the princes Dolgoruky are Kurds in origin, the Kurds were also competing with Georgia in the struggle for the formation of statehood in the Caucasus and ruled Sheddadids in Iran, who wrote half the Kurdish Persian great poet Nizami. All the great people listed above were spawned by a Kurdish woman. And I would like to talk about them, militant, purposeful and at the same time gentle. About the most famous Kurdish women. I must say that the national leader of the Kurdish people - Abdullah Ocalan - has repeatedly advocated for the observance of women's rights, for the development of personal qualities in a woman: “A woman should be seen everywhere, and a woman’s voice should be heard everywhere. If not for the millennial struggle of women for their emancipation, our mothers, wives, daughters and sisters would still be slaves. ”

Leila Zana


The first heroine of the article is one of the most iconic figures of Kurdish politics, a woman whom I admire is the great Leyla Zana, a famous politician and human rights activist from Turkey. Leila is also known for speaking twice in the Turkish parliament in her native Kurdish language (in the 1991 year and in the 2015 year), which is prohibited by Turkish law. “I take this oath for the sake of fraternity between the Turkish and Kurdish peoples” - it was this phrase calling for peace and fraternity that was fatal for Leila.

Already at that moment, the parliamentarians broke out shouting: “What does this mean? Who dares to speak another language in the Turkish parliament? Separatist! Terrorist! Arrest her! ” 15 years of imprisonment on charges of treason and an attempt to divide the people received Leila for her speech. This sparked international protests. Zanu was supported by the human rights organization Amnesty International and the European Court of Human Rights, which protested against the verdict. Leila Zana received the Sakharov Prize from the European Parliament. The Andrei Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought is awarded for achievements in the field of human rights protection. After pressure from the EU, Leila was released from prison in the 2004 year, after 10 years in prison.

In 2015, Leyla Zana was again enraged by the Turkish nationalists in the Grand National Assembly in Ankara when she swore the second oath of oath containing a phrase in Kurdish. In connection with this act, Tayyip Erdogan refused to meet her because her oath was not accepted. Currently, Leila continues her political activities in the interests of the Kurdish ethnic group.

Benazir Bhutto

Did anyone know that the first woman in modern history — the head of a Muslim government — Benazir Bhutto — was the daughter of a Kurdish woman (her mother, Nusrat Bhutto, was a Kurdish woman from Iran). Raised in the oldest aristocratic family, Benazir became the first woman to hold the position of head of government in Pakistan.

Parents gave Bhutto a European education, raised their daughter not at all in the way that is common in Islamic countries, predicted a career in parliament for their daughter, and from 1977, Benazir became an assistant to his father.

Bhutto's successes are very significant:
- she was able to improve relations with the country's long-time rival, India,
- nationalized oil fields
- launched financial flows for social programs
- introduced free healthcare and education
- as a result of the reforms undertaken by her, illiteracy among the population of the country decreased by one third,
- electricity and drinking water were supplied to poor villages and villages.
As quickly as she entered the political environment of Pakistan, so quickly she left, both from politics and from life. After returning from an 10-year exile, in 2007, the second and already fatal assassination attempt was made on Bhutto.

Benazir Bhutto entered the Guinness Book of Records as the most popular international politician 1996 of the year, she was awarded an honorary doctoral degree from Oxford University, the French Order of the Legion of Honor and many other awards.

Vian dahil

Vian Dahil, social activist, member of the Iraqi parliament, dedicated to the fight for the rights of ethnic minorities.

A woman who became famous after the August events of 2014, when ISIS (a terrorist organization banned in Russia - editor's note) opened a real hunt for ethnic and religious minorities in Iraq. Thousands of people were killed during religious cleansing, more than 4 thousands of Kurdish Yezidi religious minorities were captured by the “Islamic State. Dahil made an emotional speech urging to pay attention to the situation in which the representatives of the Kurdish religious minority Yezidi found themselves and to save them from genocide. She is the only one who managed to draw the attention of the West to the problem of the Yezidis, and the attention of the IG to her own person. Militants of the IG carry out a systematic hunt for women politicians and activists, and Vian is perhaps the number one target. In 2014, Vian Dahil became the laureate of the Anna Politkovskaya Award for her work in protecting the Kurdish religious minority of Yezidis and Iraqi women. Vian Dahil:

Vian Dahil: “I work 24 an hour a day, not because I'm a member of parliament. I do this because I am Vian. ​​" Vian is awarded the 2016 International Women's Rights Protection Award.

Nadia Murad

Another representative of the Kurdish religious Yezidi minority - which is not impossible to say - Nadia Murad. This is not a careerist, not a politician, not a girl who has achieved high results in professional activities. Nadia - Kurdish, which you can safely reward the Nobel Peace Prize.

Nadia Murad is a 21-year-old girl who grew up in a strict Kurdish Yezidi religious society that has experienced the slavery of Islamist Islamic State. 16 December 2015 Nadia Murad Basi Taha spoke at a meeting of the UN Security Council in New York. She had the courage to tell in detail about all the horrors of life with terrorists and urge the world community to save women and girls from violence. She was in slavery at the militants of the "Islamic State" for three months, soon she ran away. Nadia Murad can also be called a symbol of Kurdish generosity: despite the fact that she lost her entire family and relatives, despite the violence of the Islamists, for all the horrors of a young girl’s 3 months, a grain of hatred towards Islam and the Arab world did not originate like this usually occurs after imprisonment and suffering in slavery. Moreover, Nadia Murad became the official representative of women and girls affected by IG.

After the speech, the members of the UN Security Council made a unanimous decision to transfer the case of the Yezidi genocide to an international criminal court.

Gulan Avgin

Another symbol of the generosity of the Kurdish identity is Gulan Avgin.

This is a deputy of Kurdish origin, a member of the Swedish "People's Party".

11 March 2010 was a resolution by the Swedish Parliament during a dramatic 5 watch process of debate and voting with a minimum margin of one vote, recognizing the Armenian Genocide in the Ottoman Empire. The decisive vote in this historic vote was the voice of a Kurdish woman, Gulan Avjin, who voted in favor of the position of party members. Another fact of Kurdish generosity: risking his political career and speaking out against the program of his party, Gulan played a crucial role in recognizing the Armenian Genocide. Unlike our "friendly neighbors." When the issue of recognition of the Yezidi genocide regarding the tragedy in Sinjar was raised in the Armenian National Commission established in the Armenian parliament, Armenia refused, explaining that the bill was not politically beneficial for the republic. Although, let's say, the same European Parliament adopted the resolution, including Christian groups, Assyrians and Yezidis.

Moreover, Armenia played its dominant role in igniting religious hatred in the Kurdish environment, not recognizing the Yezidis as a religious minority in the Kurdish ethnic group, but on the contrary, separating part from the whole. In Kurdistan, according to the quota, an Armenian deputy works for 2 thousands of living Armenians, and in Armenia there are NO Kurdish deputies for 40 thousand Kurds. Who are the judges? Judges are readers. Draw your own conclusions.

Kurdistan Flowers - Women - Peshmerga

Speaking of Kursk women, I can not fail to mention women - peshmerga. After the Israeli army IDF, Kurdish troops - the only with so many women in the composition. It should be said separately about the Kurdish woman as an object in the context of the women's issue in the Middle East. The Kurdish woman is one of the few women in the East, ideally combining both femininity, tenderness and maternal qualities, and heroism along with the ability to keep weapon. A Kurdish woman (even from the most conservative environment) never covers her face, democracy always reigns in Kurdish society. A Kurdish woman in the Middle East is almost a revolution, there has never been such a thing before, and in many places it still does not exist. In one of his books, Abdullah Ocalan wrote: “If we want to build a new society, then we should help women develop. If a woman is enslaved, then so is a man. ” The words of the national leader, spoken in 2008 year, today, already after 8 years, have realized themselves in the struggle of Kurds against the Islamic State.

And I must say, quite successful and productive struggle!

Syrian Kurdistan has been notable for the particular activity of Kurds in the political and social life of the country, and it is especially obvious in the war in Syria. In the Syrian army (detachments of the people's self-defense, Kurd. Yekîneyên Parastina Gel, YPG) 40% of women are fighting, about 15000 Kurds. Syrian Kurdistan (in Kurdish Rojava) is a well-organized, mutually coordinated self-government of the three cantons (Afrin, Jazira, Kobani), in which women's cooperatives and women's academies are established. In the de facto autonomy, the principle of co-presidency is encouraged, when a position is divided between a man and a woman. Kurdish Rozhava is an ideal model of civilian existence without state resources. And the Kurdish women played a significant role in this.

Thus, Kurdish women are the face of the Kurdish nation. Stereotypical thinking circles mistakenly think that a woman in the Middle East is enslaved. I sincerely hope that these individuals will be sufficient evidence that, at least in a Kurdish environment, a Middle Eastern woman develops on a par with a man.
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  1. avvg
    avvg 29 March 2016 18: 07
    +3
    Kurdish Women's Combat Units have long recommended themselves to be excellent and are not fighting badly and they have a very high fighting spirit.
    1. Zoldat_A
      Zoldat_A 29 March 2016 18: 15
      +25
      Quote: avvg
      Women's Combat Units are perfectly at war.

      Everyone, of course, saw. From telegraph staff at headquarters to snipers and women from personal security. But my conviction is all the same - a woman should not fight !!!!! And not because they are fighting worse, or in some ways worse than men. But because in childhood my father taught me how to protect girls. That is why they should sit at home, far from the war, wait for us from the war and give birth to us warriors.

      All his long life now has lived precisely on this principle and I didn’t know a single officer who, to hell with him, burned .... would have dragged his sniper wife. On the contrary, to hell with LJ ... it’s easier to climb yourself if you know that the family is far and safe.

      In the end, there are a bunch of other, no less interesting professions than war.
      1. cniza
        cniza 29 March 2016 18: 25
        +11
        Women should become operational only when there are no men left, all women warriors bow low and may your daughters never have to pick up weapons.
        1. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 29 March 2016 18: 38
          +6
          Quote: cniza
          Women should only become operational when there are no men left , all women warriors bow deeply and may your daughters never have to pick up weapons.

          Yes I know... Only while we have at least enough men. Yes, and the Kurds, too.

          One more thing. I don’t know if this is good or bad .... Try to stop them .... soldier Sometimes I myself was scared to look at my own people - if you say "set aside" - they look at you worse than at the enemy. Duc still swear and cry. They swear, it's okay - no getting used to. And when they cry, I myself begin to forget who I am, where and why ... I feel sorry for them ...
          1. cniza
            cniza 29 March 2016 18: 52
            +5
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            [Only for now, at least we have enough men. Yes, and the Kurds, too.

            ..


            Yes, but there are situations when only women remain in the family, how to stop them?
          2. vorobey
            vorobey 30 March 2016 08: 36
            +3
            Quote: Zoldat_A
            Sometimes I myself was scared to look at my own people - if you say "set aside" - they look at you worse than at the enemy. Duc still swear and cry. They swear, it's okay - no getting used to. And when they cry, I myself begin to forget who I am, where and why ... I feel sorry for them ...


            Yeah ... I fainted on the march alone .. pulled her out from under the armor plate, unloaded her so she clung to the weapon like a wolf with her teeth in the neck of a sheep .. herself ... and returned to the base .. it turned out in the second month the young lady .. laughing Well, I didn’t notice ...
      2. bocsman
        bocsman 29 March 2016 18: 35
        +4
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        Quote: avvg
        Women's Combat Units are perfectly at war.

        Everyone, of course, saw. From telegraph staff at headquarters to snipers and women from personal security. But my conviction is all the same - a woman should not fight !!!!! And not because they are fighting worse, or in some ways worse than men. But because in childhood my father taught me how to protect girls. That is why they should sit at home, far from the war, wait for us from the war and give birth to us warriors.

        All his long life now has lived precisely on this principle and I didn’t know a single officer who, to hell with him, burned .... would have dragged his sniper wife. On the contrary, to hell with LJ ... it’s easier to climb yourself if you know that the family is far and safe.

        In the end, there are a bunch of other, no less interesting professions than war.


        I completely agree with you! But there is one thing, but! When the question is raised about the survival of the people, the nation and the soul is eager to fight. Then there is no time for gender differences! And this has always been the case with great nations, when everyone from "young to old" stood up to defend their Motherland!
        1. aksakal
          aksakal 29 March 2016 20: 37
          +5
          Quote: bocsman
          I completely agree with you! But there is one thing, but! When the question is raised about the survival of the people, the nation and the soul is eager to fight. Then there is no time for gender differences! And this has always been the case with great nations, when everyone from "young to old" stood up to defend their Motherland!

          - In Israel, this question does not stand in any way laughing More precisely, they have already decided it, but how? - The Professor will tell you about this best of all. And on this occasion, they do not reflect laughing
          My opinion is that I do not support the Israeli view in any way. I agree with Soldat-A. A woman should not fight, should not even be at the forefront as anyone else - whether it’s a nurse or a cathedral ... There is no place for women there. Nature determined to give them life, and not take it away - even from the last villain, and there is nothing to argue with Mother Nature.
          I was delighted, of course, by the women from Peshmerga, but this still somehow characterizes the Kurdish men. And the Syrian ones too - fashion for women's battalions also went there, while in Europe, quite healthy Syrian men huddle in bestial conditions and pester European women with hunger instead of defending their country with arms and bringing them finally then it’s in order.
      3. would
        would 29 March 2016 18: 38
        +4
        That is why they should sit at home, far from the war, wait for us from the war and give birth to us warriors.


        And after all the men have been killed, the war will come to them. And the result of this arrival is known in advance; women should fight anyway or not. In many wars, the question "should or should not" simply does not exist, either you are fighting and with your blood you do everything for victory, or you are not and you look at the defeat of your state, and then you feel it on yourself. And this applies to everyone, regardless of age and gender. And protection is, by the way, not only personal protection from dangers, but also teaching how to overcome them.

        Something I just remembered one Chechen and her now deceased husband. The Wahhabis came, killed the husband, the wife took her husband’s weapons and completed what was started. Result: 4 liquidated action movies, an order, the keys to a three-room apartment and, most importantly, life. Who knows what would have happened if Liliya Asukhanova hadn’t been protected by the ability to shoot from AK ... An instructive story about the real role of a woman in a traditional family, I recommend google and read.
        1. Zoldat_A
          Zoldat_A 29 March 2016 19: 05
          +5
          Quote: rait
          An instructive story about the real role of women in a traditional family, I recommend google and read.

          Yes, all this, of course, is right and true ... Only the war has already come to them. And about the time that I lived (and, I hope, will live in it), I wrote at the end of my comment
          to hell in LJ ... .... it’s easier to climb yourself if you know that the family is far and safe.
          In my life and in my time, thank God, it was like that and I wish it all - men should sort things out among themselves ... War is still not a female affair, I feel sorry for them ... Kurds, Russians, Ukrainians, Pashtunoks, Egyptians, jews - all ...
      4. Homo
        Homo 29 March 2016 19: 38
        +3
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        But my belief is the same - a woman should not fight !!!!!

        Everyone should fight for their homeland.
      5. Vladimir.z.
        Vladimir.z. 29 March 2016 20: 07
        +2
        The Kurds who live in Russia and who are fighting in Syria are probably completely different peoples .... I am not personally familiar with the Syrian people, but the fact that they are fighting for their homeland against aliens for this they are worthy of respect! And as for those who live in Russia, I can’t say anything good for sure ... Wikipedia says the following about the ancestors of the Kurds: “The Kurtians were a cattle-breeding and predatory tribe ...” Those living in Russia live by the same laws of their ancestors and steal cattle from the local population trades in drugs .... Last summer, I was in those places where the virgin lands were raised, there were villages with gasified houses, the locals left, and the Kurds drove cattle into empty residential buildings like in cattle sheds, brought them to an uninhabited state, and then they -the materials for sale were also dismantled ... In general, they are like locusts after them, there is one devastation .... What is written in this article that all the listed historical figures are Kurds I DO NOT BELIEVE hi
      6. Blondy
        Blondy 29 March 2016 21: 46
        +4
        Quote: Zoldat_A
        Everyone, of course, saw. From telegraph staff at headquarters to snipers and women from personal security. But my belief is the same - a woman should not fight !!!!!

        East is a delicate matter. And the woman there is a terrible weapon - the murdered woman does not go to heaven.
    2. Mintai
      Mintai 29 March 2016 18: 16
      +4
      Quote: avvg
      Kurdish Women's Combat Units are perfectly at war.

      It doesn’t matter when women start to fight ... (although in the Second World War they also defended the Homeland and not only in the rear) hi The Kurds are a long-suffering people and want independence and Russia can finally help them in this (but under certain conditions naturally ...) We have become incredulous in Russia!
    3. GSH-18
      GSH-18 29 March 2016 18: 19
      +1
      Quote: avvg
      Kurdish Women's Combat Units have long recommended themselves to be excellent and fighting not bad

      They have such a Kurdish female fighting tradition there. Good luck to the girls! good
  2. Persistent
    Persistent 29 March 2016 18: 15
    +4
    Obama refused to face Erdogan in person.
    Tango with him is not so hot, they explained this decision in the White House. laughing

    And the Kurdish girls are GOOD !!! good Dill slices and why are you not in the atom ?? wassat negative lol
    1. GSH-18
      GSH-18 29 March 2016 18: 25
      +2
      Quote: Persistent
      And the Kurdish girls are GOOD !!! good Dill, and why are you not in the atom ?? wassat negative lol

      We looked at Savchenko and decided not to risk it lol
      1. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 29 March 2016 18: 43
        +5
        Quote: GSH-18
        Quote: Persistent
        Dill slices and why are you not in the atom ?? wassat negative lol

        We looked at Savchenko and decided not to risk it lol

        At the end of the war, Hitler suggested that the Germans replace the husbands of those killed on the Eastern Front at the machines. Something Frau did not run up too much ... negative Here Ukrainian ladies feel themselves already Europeans, from the Germans of the end of fascist Germany they take an example. And they are sure that if the Russians come, then all women from 6 to 90 years will be raped. Poroshenko told them that ...
        1. GSH-18
          GSH-18 29 March 2016 18: 50
          +2
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          Here Ukrainian ladies feel themselves already Europeans, from the Germans of the end of fascist Germany they take an example.

          Judging by their new heroes and slogans- "Salo dropped .."
          Your version is very realistic. yes
      2. vovanpain
        vovanpain 29 March 2016 18: 56
        +12
        Quote: GSH-18
        We looked at Savchenko and decided not to risk it

        Take a chance here fellow
    2. vovanpain
      vovanpain 29 March 2016 19: 02
      +11
      Quote: Persistent
      And the Kurdish girls are GOOD !!! Dill slices and why are you not in the atom ??

      Where the cuts to Kurdish women. yes
  3. Talgat
    Talgat 29 March 2016 18: 19
    +7
    Kurds are normal people. Very good memories. I had neighbors. Funny - but the mothers of the family had Russian names. Or maybe they seemed so that it was easier to remember.

    Sorry for them in their own way.

    Here we complain about corruption. on the budget, etc. - but the Kurds don’t have that either. They would be happy for their national state - albeit with corruption and a budget deficit - but theirs. Had no value losing crying as they say

    If some kind of Kurdistan arises somewhere, then I will only be glad for this long-suffering people
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 29 March 2016 18: 59
      +1
      Quote: Talgat
      If some kind of Kurdistan arises somewhere, then I will only be glad for this long-suffering people

      It is very likely that Kurdistan will appear, ours began to support the Kurds with weapons, but not only ...
  4. Beard
    Beard 29 March 2016 18: 31
    +4
    Could you tell me more about the Dolgoruky Kurds? And then I somehow counted them for Rurikovich.
    1. opus
      opus 30 March 2016 01: 47
      0
      Quote: Beard
      Could you tell me more about the Dolgoruky Kurds?

      1. Kurds (Kurd / کورد / Körd, Kurd. Kurmancî / کورمانجی / Körmanschi) - Iranian-speaking people
      One of the hypotheses of the origin of the Kurds is the Scythian-Median origin of the Kurds.
      In the narrow sense, Scythians are meant Iranian-speaking tribeswho lived in the steppe zone of the Northern Black Sea Coast from the Danube to the Don, referred to in ancient Greek sources as Scythia ...



      mummy of a Scythian warrior (hair !!!): a man turned out to be a pronounced blond


      Modern genetic map (R1a1) of the distribution of Siberian Scythians (Sarmatians)


      2. Rus (Rus) - the people who gave their name and made up the top of the medieval East European state.
      The Iranian theory of (Rus) - from this point of view, also originating from MV Lomonosov ... the people “grew up” was first mentioned back in the VI century in “Church History” by Zakhary Ritor, where he is placed next to the peoples “people Dogs and Amazons, which many authors interpret as the Northern Black Sea Coast. From this point of view, he is elevated to the Iranian-speaking (Sarmatian) tribes of the Roxalans or Wolverinesreferred to by ancient authors.
      Academician O. N. Trubachev (* ruksi "white, light"> * rutsi> * russi> rus; compare with Ossetian rukhs (ironic) / Rohs (digorsk.) "light").
      3.Rurik (Hrørek, Hrœrekr) - the annalistic founder of the Novgorod principality in Russia, the Varangian from the people of Russia
      4. Long-armed - princely family, Rurikovich


      1 + 2 + 3 + 4 = Kurdish roots of Dolgorukovs wink
  5. newcomer
    newcomer 29 March 2016 18: 33
    +6
    “And the woman’s voice should be everywhere.” Yes indeed. and I assure you that he sounded everywhere and everywhere. when Kurds, at the command of the Ottomans' front, slaughtered and strangled the Armenian people, so that later they could live in their homes. it’s interesting that Kurds don’t see anything in those crowbars, for example, a female, children's voice. everything is clear with the Ottomans. but the Kurds will ever admit that they have done. maybe for these deeds God drives them, like rootless and homeless.
  6. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 29 March 2016 18: 38
    0
    There is such a concept as HUMAN. This concept includes a lot of things that you would be called. HUMAN it is necessary to follow many rules and it does not matter what nationality you are, creed of which gender.
    1. hartlend
      hartlend 29 March 2016 18: 46
      +2
      Important. If genetics is rotten, in this life you don’t have to be human, at least to grow to people.
  7. Aleksandr1959
    Aleksandr1959 29 March 2016 18: 44
    +2
    And let's listen to this topic by Vladimir Semenovich Vysotsky
  8. Aleksandr1959
    Aleksandr1959 29 March 2016 18: 46
    +2
    And on this subject


    The case of a man is protection. The fate of a woman is to wait for her man. And if in liberal Europe and the USA it is different .... we should remain so.
  9. Riv
    Riv 29 March 2016 18: 55
    +5
    Guys, whatever you want, and a Russian woman gave birth to all the princes Dolgoruky. The fact is that Dolgoruky is a branch of the Obolensky family. And indeed they are Rurikovich, but not Kurds.

    You have to lie less ...
  10. newcomer
    newcomer 29 March 2016 18: 56
    +6
    especially interesting is the phrase cars about the decisive role in inciting religious and nat. it is pink. The author and you ask Isis who he is and how he relates to Kurles. let the author forgive me, but in general he is either a layman or oppresses the line of double standards ala euro. Kurds and Isis live in Armenia. though Kurds prefer to be represented by Isis. It can be seen for grandfathers. Isis, on the contrary, hid Armenians in their dashing times. is it worth reminding_ under pain of death. but about the role of Kurds in the history of Armenians, it’s the same as saying about the role of Germans in the history of the peoples of the USSR during the years of the great Patriotic war.
    1. Mikhail m
      Mikhail m 29 March 2016 19: 41
      -2
      I apologize, minus for your non-Russian.
  11. Altona
    Altona 29 March 2016 19: 01
    +1
    You will remember both Hillary Clinton and Angela Merkel as politicians and everything, and their mother is Margaret Thatcher. Such women are found in politics, bad.
  12. newcomer
    newcomer 29 March 2016 19: 44
    +7
    Mikhail m, and I am you Russ. lang not going to surrender. I’m typing some errors on a smartphone.
    1. Mikhail m
      Mikhail m 30 March 2016 06: 35
      -1
      This is disrespectful to those who are trying to read your comment. I don’t need to take Russian, just write correctly. In the end there is a function to detect errors.
  13. MDMA
    MDMA 29 March 2016 19: 46
    +2
    Yes, yes, yes) Julius Caesar was half Ukrainian)) from the same opera)
  14. lopvlad
    lopvlad 29 March 2016 21: 54
    +3
    The whole world was fighting so violently against discrimination against women that now discrimination against men has begun in the world.
  15. kit_bellew
    kit_bellew 30 March 2016 01: 00
    +3
    And again, I did not understand a bolt.
    Amphibrach there, then ... Well, what other nations do not have outstanding female characters? Kurds Kurds, and where to put Tereshkov? And Indira Gandhi? And Alina Kabaeva? ... uh, it's not about that :)))
    What about snipers in Chechnya? Let us also give them the Sakharov Prize - they fought for human rights. And the Legion of Honor at the same time.
    It's not that WHO is fighting. The main thing is WHAT. Right now, Kurds are specific separatists in Turkey and Iraq. Who benefits from this? Who has the main profit from destabilization?
    Every nation has heroes and heroines. But here's what I want to note. The order for the main feminine feat - "Mother Heroine" - was only in the USSR. It is sad that modern women do not strive for such feats, but go to fight.
  16. Warrior2015
    Warrior2015 30 March 2016 01: 11
    +2
    princes Dolgoruky - Kurds by origin
    The princes Dolgoruky themselves with academician Orbeli are somehow not consonant!

    Zanu supported by the human rights organization Amnesty International and the European Court of Human Rights, who protested against the verdict. Leyla Zana received Sakharov Prize from the European Parliament.
    To this we can add - and curators from Washington! And we glorify such people on the VO site?!?
  17. nik1321
    nik1321 30 March 2016 05: 25
    0
    in order to complicate life, a person needs to turn everything upside down .. a woman soldier is good, a woman steelworker even better unloads the cars and goes to hand-to-hand combat with men on a level ... she must be busy with something !!! otherwise, if she stays at home, the husband will be satisfied and the children will be examined, they will be sick less and possibly grow up to be good people. And when a man has a reliable rear (family) he will turn mountains ... when a woman fights this is the penultimate line , then only old people and children ... and you need to do everything that would not come to this, and not turn exceptions into idols, giving reason to think that this is normal. A woman is a mother in the first place, but not a warrior .. even if sometimes life forces you to do otherwise.
  18. Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 30 March 2016 06: 20
    0
    Oh, these "Kurds" ... All would be "nothing", but most of them preach a wild mixture of Zoroastrianism and something similar to samurai Shintoism ... They have their own laws of "Sharia" or like the samurai code "bushido" and the main of the pillars of these laws is "slavery". And I personally don't like it.
  19. 31rus2
    31rus2 30 March 2016 07: 12
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    Dear, thank you for the article, when people are on the verge of survival and this lasts for years, the feelings of self-preservation are exacerbated (if this word is appropriate), but a woman must give birth, create and take care of children, family, but this is different, people are being destroyed, men are dying and it does not stop, so young girls turn out, they simply cannot realize themselves in the role of a mother, a wife, so we take up arms helping men, including in saving their lives, here is a cruel "price" for Kurdish women, and mostly girls
  20. Weyland
    Weyland 31 March 2016 02: 04
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    And the voice of a woman should be heard everywhere ...

    Wow ... The Kurds are stern with this:
    "Relatives appear in the wife's house - the husband's relatives go to the door";
    “The wife’s relatives eat pilaf - the husband’s relatives are sitting on their shoes” (ie, at the very door, this is a place for the least honored guests);
    "The Kurd was asked: - Who are your relatives? He replied: - I am not married yet!" laughing