No Friend But The Mountains Over the decades the Kurds have been inspired by, allied with, relied upon and betrayed by the United States. This week we explore who the Kurds are, who they are to the United States and what, if anything, we owe to them.
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No Friend But The Mountains

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No Friend But The Mountains

No Friend But The Mountains

No Friend But The Mountains

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Over the decades the Kurds have been inspired by, allied with, relied upon and betrayed by the United States. This week we explore who the Kurds are, who they are to the United States and what, if anything, we owe to them.


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