Many writers tried to tell the story of Kurdish people, their culture, their oppressed lives and their struggle for freedom and independence. Kurdish men and their cultural and political clashes with Turkish government have never been told as beautifully as it has been in this book. This book is from an insider’s perspective of the oppressed and the oppressor. In 1990s numerous Kurdish men in Turkey were taken into custody by the Turkish authorities. Many Kurdish men never returned to their homes and those who did had endured traumatizing experiences, which had left repulsive scars in their lives. In this book, you will meet one of the survivors of the unbearable torture and his hopes, dreams and fears. He not only confronts the Turkish government and its unfair and discriminatory policies against its Kurdish citizens but also he confronts his own culture and its shortcomings. This book will change the way in which you perceive the world around you.
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