The Discourse Podcast

Episode 13: Diliman Abdulkader

April 5, 2018 Jackson Richman 1

For our 13th episode, we are joined by Diliman Abdulkader, who is the Director of the Kurdistan Project at Endowment for Middle East Truth. He is also is a Masters candidate at American University’s School of International Service in Washington, DC. He writes often on issues pertaining to the greater Kurdistan region and has been quoted in various leading news sites such as Newsweek. […]

The Middle East

From Kurdistan: A Son’s Undying

March 23, 2018 Sabro Kejo 0

By Sabro Kejo In the high desert plains southwest of Sinjar in Iraq, Sufyan Jassim began his life in 2002. His family lived in a small village called Siba-Sheikhedr and his mother, Ahlam Mia’a, lovingly greeted […]

The Middle East

VIDEO REPORT: From Camp Bersive

March 20, 2018 Khalaf Dakheel 0

By Khalaf Dakheel A Yazidi family living in a refugee camp has severe health problems and needs help. The mother has elephantiasis, and four boys are hemophiliacs. Here is my latest report from Camp Bersive […]

The Middle East

Kurdish Opposition Leader Arrested

December 19, 2017 Jackson Richman 5

By Jackson Richman This story has been updated with reaction by the State Department. Amid protests by Kurdish citizens, outraged by years of unpaid public sector salaries and austerity, opposition leader Shaswar Qadir of the New […]