By Returning to the Kurdish September Revolution, we are inspired by the fact that turning point revolution in the history of the Kurdish liberation movement in the region.so came as an attempt to re correct that redirection and overturning mentality in dealing with partner national issues.in fact the September 1961 revolution is that the ruler of Iraq at the time, Abdul Karim Qasim , started in conjunction of the September revolution. The success of the July 1958 revolution called for the immortal . leader Mullah Mustafa Barzani, to return to Iraq, after he with his companions sought refuge in the Soviet Union. Qasim himself turned against his promises and announced restrictions military state and war on Kurdish aspirations, guaranteeing his absolute rule for that country, making it a priority that preceded the pillars of state building in its modern concept that leads to a stable process that grants everyone their rights.
This state continued even after reaping the reasons of the September revolution and gaining autonomy in 1970, followed by the emergence of that tyrannical mentality again in its majority, when Saddam Hussein took the initiative to brutally suppress the Kurds despite his own contribution to the March agreement to grant the Kurds autonomy, and here the scene was repeated several times at a stage Post-2003 in Iraq, and in its modified form, and one of the opponents of those totalitarian regimes at the time.
One of the factors that make re back and remember the September Revolution, its epics and lessons, and what attracts us to it are some of the principles that were instrumental in making it a success, as it was an integrated liberation movement, that dealt with the denial of the other, and showed that there is no will to be taken away from a people demanding their rights, not to mention that it included the components of the geographical region, and it was Kurdistan par excellence, as it was accompanied by a healthy and directed diplomacy, which achieved tangible results, and strengthened the confidence of the Kurdish individual in himself, and in his capabilities, despite going through difficult stations, which led to its completion in the may ( Kulan) Revolution of 1976 after the conspiracy of the center and that
mentality prevailed, resulting in the 1975 Algier,s Agreement.
What stop us the logic that contradicts coexistence, and is based on the difficulty of accepting the right national aspirations of a people with all the elements of their cause and their common existence. In preparation for the birth of new movements at the end of the seventies, they assumed the task, after the emergence of an existing Kurdish entity, after the tangible Kurdish success and the laying of the first building blocks of self-imposition.
The circumstances and the situation in other parts of Kurdistan are not the same, but the aforementioned logic prevails in looking at others in the region as a whole. His rightful aspirations, and not some spectra of the opposition itself initiated the political and moral form required to fulfill the requirements of coexistence and the foundations of modern construction, and they are still waiting for each other in this, despite the Kurdish openness in their visions for the future Syria.
So, to summarize a lot, and to overcome this chronic mentality in our vitally diverse environment, it is necessary for all of us to push for a real component dialogue in the region, and for the educated and thoughtful class to play its leading role in it, bearing in mind lofty values that focus on serving the individual first and everyone second, inspired by The lessons from the foregoing, and its repercussions, were for the sake of recalling the situation and the reasons that coincided with the September revolution in its treatment of that thought, but this time with a dialogue that has its foundations, and is adapted to our time and current circumstances.
by: NIZAR MOUSA