Literally, the land of the Kurds. First traces of Kurdistan date back 5000 years, when it is established that the Kurdish race became known as just that; a race.
Currently, Kurdistan has a land area equal to that of France and Belgium combined.
After the redrawing of the Middle Eastern map in the aftermath of the First World War, the Kurds were left without a country to call their own, resulting in them being the largest ethnic group without a a country.
Kurdistan was divded into 4 parts, but the Kurds have retained their identity in each of the annexed parts.
"Look at the flag of Kurdistan, look at its history, see how red they both are"
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