SERDANA SEROK KURDISTAN BIRZ MESD BARZAN LI DYA BI SEROK BIRZ GEORGE W. BUSH RE

 

FAD SPAN (AKPINAR), fuadsipan@yahoo.de

Almanya, 27.10.2005

 

Serok Amerka birz George W. Bush di 25.10.2005an de di Koka Sip de, di oda ku jre The Oval Officedibjin pwaz serok Kurdistan birz Mesd Barzan kir. Birz George W. Bush got ji bo min rmet e, ku ez serok herma Kurdistana Iraq, serok Barzan di The Oval Office de dikim mvan. Birz Bush li ser serok Kurdistan birz Mesd Barzan wiha berdewam kir got:

 He's a man of courage; he's a man who has stood up to a tyrant (Ew mirovk mrxas e, ew li hember tranek tkon daye). Axaftina serok Amerka birz George W. Bush hem bi ziman ngilz li jr e.

 Wek t zann, serok Amerka birz George W. Bush serok Kurdistan birz Mesd Barzan dawet Washington kirib.

 Di droka Kurdistan de ev cara yekemn e, ku bi nav Kurdistan birz Mesd Barzan ji aliy serok Amerka ve tye pwaz kirin.

 Hevdtina serok Kurdistan birz Mesd Barzan serok DYA George W. Bush rpeleke n di navbera Amerka Kurdistan de vekir. Ev byer taybetmendiyek bi ser xwe ye t wateya ku Amerka raste rast Kurdistan qebl dike, loma bi awayek ferm j bi serok w re hevdtin dike. Yan yna serok Kurdistan bi awayek ferm li Amerka despka pejirandina serxwebna Kurdistan ye.

 Jixwe hjay gotin yem ku serok Kurdistan birz Mesd Barzan di 23.09.2005an de di fetivala Duhok de hin nann van byeran j dab. Ez h li ser axaftina w ya li Duhok bisekinim. L dikarim bi taybet bjim, ku min di axaftina serok de li Duhok ev tit fhm kir, ku Bar Kurdistan di navbera saln 2010-2013an de welatek serbixwe ye d bi taybet di destpk de ji aliy Amerka ve pa j ji aliy hem welatan ve (ji bil welatn nexrxaz) bye naskirin. Ger ez ne a bim, min di axaftina serok de ev tit j fhm kir, ku d tev dereng heta sala 2020an hem pern Kurdistan yn din j rizgar, azad serbixwe bin. Ez bawer im, ku min di encam de axaftina serok ba analz kir ez ne matmay bimnim, ku d di demeke pir nzk de snorn Kurdistan di piratk de ji hol rabin. imk d ne Tirk, ne Faris ne j Erebn Sriy d nikaribin li piya v pvajoy bisekinin.

 Bel em werin ser mijar. Niha yn ku bi tayet li ser serdana serok Kurdistan li Amerka hevdtina bi serok DYA birz George W. Bush re neraz ne Tirk in. Wezareta dewleta Tirk do (26.10.2005) ji DYA daxwaz dike, ku birz George W. Bush bi i reng(sifat) ji serok Barzan re gotiye serok Kurdistan.

 avkan malpera rojnama Hurriyet

http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/sondakika/3442134.asp?m=1&gid=69

http://www.hurriyet.com.tr/dunya/3439826.asp?gid=69

 De werin li belengaziya Tirkan binrin, ku wan xwe di chan de iqas bik xistine hn j bik dixin. Niha k v maf dide Tirkan, ku ew ziman xwe li ser Amerka serok w dirj bikin ji Amerka hsab bixwezin.

 Bi saya tekon, kar xebata bi sebir ya Bar Kurdistan, d Kurd di chan de xwed bi bawer xwed bi rol in. K i dibje bila bibje k j mesel bi kjan al ve dikine bila bikine. Ji bil dewletn dspot dktator yn Rojhilata Navn ku ti kes ji wan ne bawer e ne j bi wan tibar dikin, d her kes bi Kurdan bawer e Kurdan ji xwe re wek hevpeymann bi tibar dibnin. Ev j ji bo me hem Kurdan serbilind ye.

 Bi pejirandina rferandm li Kurdistan Iraq rola Kurdistana Federal ji ro nde di chan de di qadek din de ye. Kurdistan d li gor biryar qannn Iraq li gor qannn Navnetewey welatek ferm ye.

 avkan:        Malpera Koka Sip

 http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2005/10/20051025-7.html

For Immediate Release
Office of the Press Secretary
October 25, 2005

President Bush Meets with President Barzani of Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq
The Oval Office

      Fact sheetIn Focus: Renewal in Iraq

2:46 P.M. EDT

PRESIDENT BUSH: It's my honor to welcome President Barzani of the Kurdistan regional government of Iraq to the Oval Office. He's a man of courage; he's a man who has stood up to a tyrant.

He wore this outfit because it wasn't all that long ago if he had worn this outfit and was captured by Saddam Hussein's thugs, he would have been killed for wearing it. He feels comfortable wearing it here because we're a free land, and he feels comfortable wearing it in his home country because Iraq is free.

We had a very good discussion. The President was very helpful on the current constitution. I assured him that America will stand with the people that desire a free and democratic Iraq. The President is -- has got a clear vision of the future of Iraq, one where different religions and different backgrounds -- people of different religions and backgrounds can live together in peace.

And so, Mr. President, welcome. It's an honor to have you here.

PRESIDENT BARZANI: (As translated.) Mr. President, allow me on behalf of the people of Kurdistan and myself to thank you, very much. We in Kurdistan, particularly, and also in Iraq, generally, we highly value the courage and bravery of your leadership. I hope that everybody would realize what the fact on the ground is about Iraq. It was a brave decision that you have made -- you have liberated a people from a dictatorial regime that has hurt a lot of the people.

At this time we express our condolences and we express our sympathy to the families of your brave men and women in uniform, those who have sacrificed their lives in order to make other people free and liberated. There is no doubt that if we step back from this and not be determined, be rest assured that the terrorists will come to the gates of you and us and they will fight us. Therefore, we have to think about nothing else but victory. And I'm quite confident that with your leadership, with your support and support of the United States military and United States people, and also the -- heroes of the people of Iraq, in general, the people of Kurdistan, we will achieve success at the end.

For those who are anti-democratic and also those who are against the process, they are very limited; and those who are supportive of your leadership, supportive of democratic process, they are many, and they highly appreciate the sacrifices that have been made by the American people and the American army. There are also many in Iraq, in general, and also in Kurdistan, all of them are appreciative.

Thank you.

PRESIDENT BUSH: Thank you, sir. Thanks for coming.

END 2:50 P.M. EDT

 

 

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