March 11, 2014

The Kurdish Women's Revolution

Ofra Bengio, Jerusalem Post

The Associated Press

Kurdish history is replete with cases of women assuming leadership roles in the realm of religion, politics and even in the military sphere.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Iraq, Kurdish Regional Government, Kurdistan, Kurds

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