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Kurdish author and journalist Rostam Mahmoud told Masdar Souriya that Kurds in Syria and Iraq are political victims at present for two reasons.Second, there is a prevailing belief among American decision-makers that only central governments can maintain stability and balance in the region, as was clearly demonstrated by the fate of the Kurds in Iraq and of Sunnis in Syria and Iraq.Writer and journalist Georges Darwish agrees with Muslim that talk of Americans abandoning the Iraqi Kurds is misguided, arguing that the Americans were clear toward the Kurds, whose actions conflicted with Washington's strategy.It appears that there is a consensus among Syria's Kurds that there is no reason to be afraid of Kurds being divided so long as their military forces are united.The American army is just using them to fight ISIS and will not use force to defend them against the Syrian regime, Iran, or Turkey". He described American policy toward the Kurds as "wrong and inhumane".
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