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Image, Kurdish, and Cam: Last image captured by a kurdish fighters helmet cam (2017)
Image, Kurdish, and Cam: Last image captured by a kurdish fighters helmet cam (2017)

Last image captured by a kurdish fighters helmet cam (2017)

Bodies , Fall, and God: Origins Note: This section discusses material that was once considered canon but whose canonicity may now be questionable. The Emperor is the collective reincarnation of all the shamans of Neolithic humanity's various peoples, the first human psykers. The foul Warp entities that would become the four Great Powers of Chaos had not yet fully formed when the Emperor was born on Earth during prehistoric times, somewhere in ancient central Anatolia (modern Turkey) in the 8th Millennium B.C. But even before the birth of the Emperor, as humanity grew and progressed, the Warp began to become increasingly disturbed by the dark undercurrents of humanity's collective psyche, and the shamans began to lose their former ability to reincarnate into new bodies. Instead, upon dying their souls were consumed by the entities and daemons of the Warp. Eventually the shamans of humanity, unable to reincarnate, would become extinct, and without the shamans and their psychic abilities to guide the race, humanity would inevitably fall prey to the corruptions of Chaos, just as eventually happened to the Eldar. In these ancient days, all the shamans of Earth gathered in a grand conclave to decide what must be done to stave off the day when they had all been consumed by the Warp. The ruins of Göbekli Tepe Shown within Turkey ון.ocoation Orencik. Şanlıurfa Province. Turkey Cols 37°13'23'N 38°5521"E Şanliurfa Province, Turkey Founded10th millennium BCE Typ Sanctuary somewhere in ancient central Anatolia th Millennium B.C eren Abandoned we8th millennium BCE History Founded Abandoned we8th millennium BCE Windows akti Windows zu aktivi Göbekli Tepe is regarded by some as an archaeological discovery of great importance since it could profoundly change the understanding of a crucial stage in the development of human society. lan Hodder of Stanford University said, "Göbekli Tepe changes everything".all ll h shamans of Earth gathered in a grand conclave it's the site of the world's oldest temple. TO TI GOD-EMPEROR WAS KURDISH What a weird coincidence
Bodies , Fall, and God: Origins
 Note: This section discusses material that was once considered canon but whose canonicity may now be
 questionable.
 The Emperor is the collective reincarnation of all the shamans of
 Neolithic humanity's various peoples, the first human psykers. The
 foul Warp entities that would become the four Great Powers of Chaos
 had not yet fully formed when the Emperor was born on Earth during
 prehistoric times, somewhere in ancient central Anatolia (modern
 Turkey) in the 8th Millennium B.C. But even before the birth of the
 Emperor, as humanity grew and progressed, the Warp began to
 become increasingly disturbed by the dark undercurrents of
 humanity's collective psyche, and the shamans began to lose their
 former ability to reincarnate into new bodies. Instead, upon dying
 their souls were consumed by the entities and daemons of the Warp.
 Eventually the shamans of humanity, unable to reincarnate, would
 become extinct, and without the shamans and their psychic abilities to
 guide the race, humanity would inevitably fall prey to the corruptions
 of Chaos, just as eventually happened to the Eldar. In these ancient
 days, all the shamans of Earth gathered in a grand conclave to decide
 what must be done to stave off the day when they had all been
 consumed by the Warp.
 The ruins of Göbekli Tepe
 Shown within Turkey
 ון.ocoation Orencik. Şanlıurfa Province. Turkey
 Cols 37°13'23'N 38°5521"E
 Şanliurfa Province, Turkey Founded10th millennium BCE Typ Sanctuary
 somewhere in ancient central Anatolia th Millennium B.C
 eren
 Abandoned we8th millennium BCE
 History
 Founded
 Abandoned we8th millennium BCE
 Windows akti
 Windows zu aktivi
 Göbekli Tepe is regarded by some as an archaeological discovery of great importance since it could profoundly change the
 understanding of a crucial stage in the development of human society. lan Hodder of Stanford University said, "Göbekli Tepe
 changes everything".all
 ll h shamans of Earth gathered in a grand conclave it's the site of the world's oldest temple.
 TO TI
 GOD-EMPEROR
 WAS KURDISH
What a weird coincidence

What a weird coincidence

cnn.com, Isis, and Jesus: I can't wait for Turkey to invade northern Syria. self unpopularopinion 7submitted 8 hours ago* by VikSak You just have to love it when some of Reddit's American left-wing users all of a sudden, within a matter of a few seconds of skimming the title of a CNN article, are automatically siding with the Kurdish YPG I am a Turkish-American dual national and I am pro-West. I disagree with Turkish President Erdoğan's authoritarianism, I hate how the opposing media in Turkey gets suppressed, and I don't like governments that are religiously motivated However, in my opinion, national security for both my countries comes first before anything. The U.S doesn't have to lose lives for no reason if ISIS is diminished. To have the YPG taking advantage of fighting ISIS in order to gain autonomy right at the Turkish-Syrian border is ridiculous, dangerous, and a threat to Turkish security. These are the same people who threw innocent native Arabs out of their land in Norther Syria, in order for them to take it over the area I'm sorry. Just because you fight ISIS doesn't mean you get to be the boss of everything. Turkey will never support an extension of the PKK making a state right at the Turkish border. And that is what I believe American far-left Redditors don't understand. They make this topic seem so personal to them, but instead it is just an emotional ploy for them to grand-stand. This isn't a war against Kurdish people (contrary to popular belief). Millions of Kurds live happily throughout Turkey and are welcomed. But the PKK and YPG terrorists who wage war with the Republic of Turkey, are not welcome, and do not represent the Kurdish population in Turkey, at all. If you are still convinced you want to help the YPG and PKK terror groups in Turkey/Syria, here is my idea. Instead of forcing American soldiers to lose their lives to appeal to your emotions, just volunteer yourself. Thank you 125 comments share save hide give award report crosspost I 125 COMMENTS Jesus Christ.
cnn.com, Isis, and Jesus: I can't wait for Turkey to invade northern Syria. self unpopularopinion
 7submitted 8 hours ago* by VikSak
 You just have to love it when some of Reddit's American left-wing users all of a sudden, within a matter of a few seconds of skimming
 the title of a CNN article, are automatically siding with the Kurdish YPG
 I am a Turkish-American dual national and I am pro-West. I disagree with Turkish President Erdoğan's authoritarianism, I hate how the
 opposing media in Turkey gets suppressed, and I don't like governments that are religiously motivated
 However, in my opinion, national security for both my countries comes first before anything. The U.S doesn't have to lose lives for no
 reason if ISIS is diminished. To have the YPG taking advantage of fighting ISIS in order to gain autonomy right at the Turkish-Syrian
 border is ridiculous, dangerous, and a threat to Turkish security. These are the same people who threw innocent native Arabs out of
 their land in Norther Syria, in order for them to take it over the area
 I'm sorry. Just because you fight ISIS doesn't mean you get to be the boss of everything. Turkey will never support an extension of the
 PKK making a state right at the Turkish border. And that is what I believe American far-left Redditors don't understand. They make
 this topic seem so personal to them, but instead it is just an emotional ploy for them to grand-stand. This isn't a war against Kurdish
 people (contrary to popular belief). Millions of Kurds live happily throughout Turkey and are welcomed. But the PKK and YPG
 terrorists who wage war with the Republic of Turkey, are not welcome, and do not represent the Kurdish population in Turkey, at all.
 If you are still convinced you want to help the YPG and PKK terror groups in Turkey/Syria, here is my idea. Instead of forcing
 American soldiers to lose their lives to appeal to your emotions, just volunteer yourself. Thank you
 125 comments share save hide give award report crosspost
 I 125 COMMENTS
Jesus Christ.

Jesus Christ.

Isis, Kurdish, and Down: Kurdish commander stares down a captured ISIS fighter.
Isis, Kurdish, and Down: Kurdish commander stares down a captured ISIS fighter.

Kurdish commander stares down a captured ISIS fighter.

Being Alone, America, and Arguing: Atlantic Popular Latest SectionsMagazine More Subscribe IDEAS Don't Strip ISIS Fighters of Citizenship Shamima Begum and Hoda Muthana are products of their own societies-they can't just be disowned EB 25, 201 Graeme Wood wri t The Atlan MORE BY GRAEME WOOD Will John Bolton Bring on rmageddon-Or Stave It Off? GRAEME WOOD The Two Amy Klobuchars GRAEME WOOD The Vatican and the Gulf Have a Common Enemy GRAEME WOOD Jamal Khashoggi?s rder Remains a Renu Begum, the sister of Shamima Begum, holds a photo of her sister. (REUTERS) ery GRAEME WOOD In October 1959, Lee Harvey Oswald presented himself to the U.S. consul in Moscow and attempted, without success, to rid himself of his U.S. citizenship. The Warren Commission Report describes his frustration: First he told the consul, Richard E. Snyder, that he wanted to give up his citizenship. The consul refused to accept his declaration, so Oswald picked up a pen and put it in writing. To remove doubt, he added that he intended to defect to the Soviet Union and pass along secrets he had learned during his service as a U.S marine. Denied again, he wrote to the consul days later, protesting the deprivation of his "legal right" to stop being American. To him, being American was a disease, and his government was withholding the cure har Tweet Email Two women, Shamima Begum of the United Kingdom and Hoda Muthana of the U.S., recently discovered that the cure is worse than the disease. Both had traveled to join the Islamic State (Begum at 15 and Muthana at 2o), and upon arrival urged others to follow them or to kill random people at home. A common ritual among travelers to Islamic State territory is a bonfire of passports, symbolizing the shedding of their former nationality. Muthana appears to have burned hers, and both women left little doubt that they intended, like Oswald, to leave their countries and betray them to an enemy state. Kurdish forces are now holding them captive, and they both want to go home. On Tuesday, the U.K. informed Begum that it had revoked her citizenship. The next day, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that Muthana, too, is someone else's problem. He declared that she was never a citizen to begin with because she was born in the United States while her father was here as a Yemeni diplomat, and children born to diplomats cannot claim birthright American citizenship. (Muthana's family claims that the father had left diplomatic service when she was born, and that they gave the Obama administration proof of that when first confronted with this argument in 2016.) The upshot for both women, now marooned in the Syrian desert, is that they are alone and have very grim futures. How easy should it be to give up your citizenship? In the era of Oswald, it could be difficult-like joining aspirants until they kneel in the snow for a few days outside the monastery or consulate's doors. Now a U.S. citizen can stop being American with a single visit to a consulate. (Most renounce not for ideological reasons but to avoid the complications of living as an American expatriate, subject to dual taxation and bureaucratic requirements far more onerous than for expatriates of almost any other country.) an especially se lective monastic order that turns away But to argue that these women have given up their citizenship through informal means-by tweeting ghoulishly, burning a passport, or joining a terrorist group is still a novelty and, according to an emerging consensus, a bad idea. Most terrorism experts seem to agree that stripping the citizenship of ISIS fighters is either imprudent or illegal or both A worthless traitor in the media blames America for other worthless traitors in ISIS, and tells us to let them in.
Being Alone, America, and Arguing: Atlantic
 Popular
 Latest
 SectionsMagazine More Subscribe
 IDEAS
 Don't Strip ISIS Fighters of Citizenship
 Shamima Begum and Hoda Muthana are products of their own societies-they can't just be disowned
 EB 25, 201
 Graeme Wood
 wri
 t The Atlan
 MORE BY GRAEME WOOD
 Will John Bolton Bring on
 rmageddon-Or Stave It
 Off?
 GRAEME WOOD
 The Two Amy Klobuchars
 GRAEME WOOD
 The Vatican and the Gulf
 Have a Common Enemy
 GRAEME WOOD
 Jamal Khashoggi?s
 rder Remains a
 Renu Begum, the sister of Shamima Begum, holds a photo of her sister. (REUTERS)
 ery
 GRAEME WOOD
 In October 1959, Lee Harvey Oswald presented himself to the U.S. consul in
 Moscow and attempted, without success, to rid himself of his U.S. citizenship.
 The Warren Commission Report describes his frustration: First he told the
 consul, Richard E. Snyder, that he wanted to give up his citizenship. The consul
 refused to accept his declaration, so Oswald picked up a pen and put it in
 writing. To remove doubt, he added that he intended to defect to the Soviet
 Union and pass along secrets he had learned during his service as a U.S
 marine. Denied again, he wrote to the consul days later, protesting the
 deprivation of his "legal right" to stop being American. To him, being
 American was a disease, and his government was withholding the cure
 har
 Tweet
 Email
 Two women, Shamima Begum of the United Kingdom and Hoda Muthana of
 the U.S., recently discovered that the cure is worse than the disease. Both had
 traveled to join the Islamic State (Begum at 15 and Muthana at 2o), and upon
 arrival urged others to follow them or to kill random people at home. A
 common ritual among travelers to Islamic State territory is a bonfire of
 passports, symbolizing the shedding of their former nationality. Muthana
 appears to have burned hers, and both women left little doubt that they
 intended, like Oswald, to leave their countries and betray them to an enemy
 state.
 Kurdish forces are now holding them captive, and they both want to go home.
 On Tuesday, the U.K. informed Begum that it had revoked her citizenship. The
 next day, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that Muthana, too, is someone
 else's problem. He declared that she was never a citizen to begin with because
 she was born in the United States while her father was here as a Yemeni
 diplomat, and children born to diplomats cannot claim birthright American
 citizenship. (Muthana's family claims that the father had left diplomatic service
 when she was born, and that they gave the Obama administration proof of that
 when first confronted with this argument in 2016.) The upshot for both women,
 now marooned in the Syrian desert, is that they are alone and have very grim
 futures.
 How easy should it be to give up your citizenship? In the era of Oswald, it could
 be difficult-like joining
 aspirants until they kneel in the snow for a few days outside the monastery or
 consulate's doors. Now a U.S. citizen can stop being American with a single
 visit to a consulate. (Most renounce not for ideological reasons but to avoid the
 complications of living as an American expatriate, subject to dual taxation and
 bureaucratic requirements far more onerous than for expatriates of almost any
 other country.)
 an especially se
 lective monastic order that turns away
 But to argue that these women have given up their citizenship through informal
 means-by tweeting ghoulishly, burning a passport, or joining a terrorist group
 is still a novelty and, according to an emerging consensus, a bad idea. Most
 terrorism experts seem to agree that stripping the citizenship of ISIS fighters is
 either imprudent or illegal or both
A worthless traitor in the media blames America for other worthless traitors in ISIS, and tells us to let them in.

A worthless traitor in the media blames America for other worthless traitors in ISIS, and tells us to let them in.

Kurdish, Titus, and Name: Sire: Kurdish Kangal Dame: Cane Corsa name: Titus
Kurdish, Titus, and Name: Sire: Kurdish Kangal Dame: Cane Corsa name: Titus

Sire: Kurdish Kangal Dame: Cane Corsa name: Titus

80s, Wedding, and Kurdish: this was the way kurdish people used to celebrated a wedding back in 80s up to late 2000s
80s, Wedding, and Kurdish: this was the way kurdish people used to celebrated a wedding back in 80s up to late 2000s

this was the way kurdish people used to celebrated a wedding back in 80s up to late 2000s