The majority group are the Kurds. Minorities groups are groups such as the Assyrians, Turkmen, Arabs, Armenians, Mandeans, Shabaks and Yezidis.
2 Answers · News & Events · 07/05/2012
... cruel. It favors no one. It is not just the Kurds being killed. It is everyone. Including ...
3 Answers · News & Events · 27/11/2009
... identifies based on one's family upbringing. The Kurds speak an Indo-European language, and are the largest...
9 Answers · News & Events · 18/06/2014
Saddam Hussein had to test his chemical weapons on somebody and the Kurds were those people. P
4 Answers · News & Events · 15/11/2010
... bleeding hearts whilst no one cares about the Kurds, also as the Turks are trying to join the EU and ...
2 Answers · News & Events · 02/02/2009
The Sunnis are the majority. Kurds are mostly sunnis. Combine that with Sunni Arabs and they are the majority.
1 Answers · News & Events · 28/10/2007
It's possible, likely Turkey wouldn't be satisfied with just one incursion and have planned out a much more elaborate plan to try to stop the Kurds from forming a government.
3 Answers · News & Events · 19/10/2007
... did hear about the atrosities Saddam commited on the Kurds during his trial though I too think it was very played down...
6 Answers · News & Events · 02/01/2007
Perhaps there is a feeling among the Kurds that they are being denied political and cultural rights by Turkey and as a minority they are being discriminated against.
1 Answers · News & Events · 29/04/2008