Kurdistani Jews are caught between the Jewish state and the ethnonationalist ambitions of its Middle Eastern neighbors
One year after some 100,000 Kurds were driven out of Kirkuk, should they have placed their hopes in Trump?
A frontline Kurdish peshmerga officer describes what it was like to be abandoned by the West in Iraq in October of 2017
A new organization calls for embracing our allies in the war against terror, still fighting for their freedom
A century after the start of a bloody persecution, will a genocide come to be recognized for what it was?
Bernard-Henri Lévy presents his extraordinary documentary Peshmerga at the United Nations, but civilization isn’t listening
Why the United States’ inexplicable abandonment of the Kurdish people is ‘the geopolitical equivalent of a stock-market crash’
Two years after the Kurds fought against the Islamic State, America turned its back as they sought independence
‘We should not have abandoned Kurdistan, the only real pole of stability in the region’
The day after his successful independence referendum, the commander of the Peshmerga talks with Bernard-Henri Lévy about Kurdistan’s neighbors Turkey, Iran, and Iraq, French President Macron, and the future of his people
As Iraqi Kurds put independence to a referendum on Monday, the Arab world works to quash the statehood aspirations of the Western-friendly nation
Iraqi Kurdistan is one of the very rare areas of the Middle East where Jews and Judaism are viewed positively.
While Hamas fires rockets, and ISIS beheads unbelievers, the Kurds build the second non-Arab state in the Middle East
Ariel Sabar searches for the Edenic past his father left behind in Kurdistan
Passover takes on new meaning for a reporter far from home