له‌لایه‌ن با‌رزانی و تاڵه‌بانیه‌وه‌ شاره‌كانی هه‌رێم كران به‌ سه‌ربازگه‌

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Silence Can Be Deadly in Iraqi
Kurdistan

By Michael Rubin

مایکڵ رۆبن:نوسه‌ری ئه‌مه‌ریكی مایكڵ رۆبن، پشتگیری له‌ كه‌مپینی “ئێمه‌ هه‌مو خۆپیشانده‌رین” ده‌كات و هاوکات ئیداره‌ی ئۆباما به‌ که‌مته‌رخه‌م له‌قه‌ڵه‌م ده‌داتله‌ئاست روداوه‌کانی هه‌رێمی کوردستان.
مایكڵ رۆبن له‌ سایتی (ئینترپرایس)ی به‌ناوبانگ وتارێكی تایبه‌ت له‌سه‌ر ئه‌م كه‌مپینه‌و بارودۆخی ئێستای كوردستان ده‌نوسێت به‌ناوی “بێده‌نگی له‌وانه‌یه‌ ببێته‌ هۆی كوشتن”، له‌م نوسینه‌دا گله‌یی له‌
ئیداره‌ی باراک ئۆباما ده‌كات، که‌ له‌ئاست روداوه‌كانی كوردستاندا بێده‌نگه‌، هاوکات باس له‌ روداوه‌كانی كوردستان و ته‌قه‌كردن له‌ خۆپیشانده‌ران له‌لایه‌ن پارتی دیموكراتی كوردستان ده‌کات و گه‌نده‌ڵی ئه‌كاته‌ هۆكاری سه‌ره‌كی هێز
له‌لایه‌ن ئه‌و پارته‌.
مایكل ده‌ڵێت: خۆپیشاندانه‌كان كه‌ داوای عه‌داله‌ت
ده‌كه‌ن، زۆر ئاشتیانه‌ بون، به‌ڵام له‌لایه‌ن با‌رزانی و تاڵه‌بانی شاره‌كان كران
به‌ سه‌ربازگه‌و ته‌قه‌ له‌ خۆپیشانده‌ران كرا چه‌ندین كوژراو و بریندار هه‌یه‌،
هه‌ڵمه‌تی ده‌ستگیر كردن و راوه‌دونان ده‌ستی پێكردوه،‌ نه‌ك ته‌نها بۆ سیاسیه‌كان
به‌ڵكو به‌ ئامانجی سه‌ركوتكردنی هاوڵاتیان، هه‌ربۆیه‌ كه‌مپینی مه‌ده‌نی (ئێمه‌
هه‌مو خۆپیشانده‌رین) زۆر به‌ بایه‌خ و گرنگه‌ بۆ كۆتایی هێنان به‌ هه‌ڵمه‌ته‌كانی
ده‌ستگیركردن.
ئه‌و نوسه‌ره‌ ئه‌مه‌ریکییه‌ ئاماژه‌ به‌هه‌ڕه‌شه‌ی كوشتن
له‌سه‌رنوسه‌ری گۆڤاری لڤین ده‌كات له‌لایه‌ن شێخ جه‌عفه‌ر وه‌زیری پێشمه‌رگه‌ و
ده‌ڵێت: تاڵه‌بانی له‌ڕێدایه‌ بۆ گه‌رانه‌وه‌ بۆ مایۆ كلینیك له‌ ئه‌مه‌ریكا و
ماوه‌یه‌ك له‌سه‌ر خه‌ت نابێت، به‌ڵام به‌رهه‌م ساڵح له‌وباره‌یه‌وه‌ هیچ ناڵێ،
تیمی ئاوه‌دانكردنه‌وه‌ی ئه‌مه‌ریكاش كۆبونه‌وه‌یه‌كیان له‌گه‌ڵ خۆپیشانده‌ران كرد،
به‌ڵام هێزێكی ئاسایش بۆ تۆقاندنیان له‌و ناوه‌ چاودێریان ده‌كرد و كۆشكی سپیش له
‌هه‌مو ئه‌م روداوانه‌ بێده‌نگن .

http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/misc2011/5/state5082.htm


By Michael Rubin



May 10, 2011

The Obama administration has remained rather
silent as the “Kurdish Spring” approaches its third month. In February, a
protest in the Iraqi Kurdish city of Sulaimaniyah celebrating the Egyptian and
Tunisian peoples’ victories against their corrupt and staid leadership went awry
when a small group of Kurds began to throw stones at the local headquarters of
the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which is run by Massoud Barzani. Officials
inside the building responded by firing indiscriminately into the crowd, killing
at least one and wounding several. While Barzani is the son of widely respected
Kurdish nationalist and the late peshmerga leader Mulla Mustafa, his corruption,
dictatorial tendencies, and abuse of power have led ordinary Kurds to say he
resembles Saddam Hussein more than Mulla Mustafa.
Subsequent
protests—calling for justice and accountability—have been largely peaceful, at
least on the part of the demonstrators. Barzani’s forces have repeatedly opened
fire on crowds,

http://www.ekurd.netand several more have been killed. The
protests paused only after Barzani and Iraqi President Jalal Talabani flooded
Sulaimaniyah with security forces. In the last few days, the security forces
have been arresting people.


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Not only have
they been targeting the leadership of the daily rallies, but they have also been
accosting random people in order to intimidate ordinary Kurds. Local civil
society has responded honorably, with an innovative “We Are All Demonstrators”
campaign.
Meanwhile, this past week, Sheikh Jaafar Mustafa, the Minister
of Peshmerga (the equivalent to the minister of defense) reportedly issued a
death threat to
the editor of Lvin magazine, one of the boldest and most respected independent
journals in both Iraq and Iraqi Kurdistan. Sheikh Jafaar is a member of
President Talabani’s political party and a political ally of Prime Minister
Barham Salih. Talabani might be offline for a bit as rumor has it he’s on his
way back to the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, but it is disappointing that Barham
Salih hasn’t condemned his cabinet member’s remarks.

Barham isn’t the
only silent party, however. It took the Regional Reconstruction Team—the U.S.
consulate equivalent in Erbil—about two months to meet with the demonstration
organizers. The meeting almost ended in disaster when someone tipped off
Barzani’s security forces to its location. The silence of the White House has
also been deafening, leading Barzani to conclude that he can get away with
murder.

Michael Rubin

is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute.
His
major research area is the
Middle East, with special focus on Iran, Iraq, Turkey, and Kurdish society. He
also writes frequently on transformative diplomacy and governance issues. At
AEI, Mr. Rubin chaired the “Dissent and Reform in the Arab World” conference
series. He was the lead drafter of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s 2008 report on
Iran. In addition to his work at AEI, several times each month, Mr. Rubin
travels to military bases across the United States and Europe to instruct senior
U.S. Army and Marine officers deploying to Iraq and Afghanistan on issues
relating to regional state history and politics, Shiism, the theological basis
extremism, and strategy

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