Is the world ready for “Kurdexit”? Referendum among Iraqi Kurds has Middle East on edge


Iraq continues to bedevil American foreign policy, and the world.

Now the Kurds will vote on their own state VIDEO

It was an eventful summer, especially in the Middle East.

It all began with the Qatar kerfuffle on June 5, followed soon thereafter with a change in Saudi Arabia’s line of succession.

Then came violence and protests over security measures at the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif in Jerusalem.

Salon 1a logoMosul and Tel Afar were liberated in Iraq.

The American-backed Syrian Defense Forces marched on Raqqa, the self-declared Islamic State’s “capital.”

Kerd 3cYemen descended further into a humanitarian disaster with 600,000 cases of cholera and…

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