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By B. Eliassi

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ISBN-10: 1349448486

ISBN-13: 9781349448487

Contesting Kurdish Identities in Sweden sheds gentle at the daily innovations of lodging and resistance that Kurdish early life use within the face specific narratives and buildings of belonging and citizenship regimes within the Middle-East and Sweden.

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Colonialism persists with invidious effects and this affects us all. (Treacher, 2005, p. 49) 44 O Contesting Kurdish Identities in Sweden Colonialism thus has disciplinary and self-governing effects on (post)colonial subjects, structuring and intruding into their psyches, subjectivities, and bodies. In this light, Fanon (2008/1952) interrogated the impact of colonialism and racism on the subjectivity of black men and women and argued that black subjects were instilled with a complex of inferiority and self-contempt with respect to white men and women.

Due to internal disputes and power struggles within PDKI and Komala, the Kurdish movements expressed a sense of political confusion and fragmented political fronts vis-à-vis Iran’s Islamic regime (Ahmadzadeh & Stansfield, 2010). Following the election of Muhammad Khatami as president of Iran in 1996, many Kurds and Iranians became hopeful that real social and political changes and reforms would emerge in Iran. Although Khatami created a much more favorable political and cultural space for the Iranians than previous hard-liners within the Islamic regime of Iran, this political opening did not meet the Kurds’ political demands.

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