“Kurdish Question at Cairo Conference 1921” book issued in Egypt

The representative of the Syrian Democratic Council in Egypt, Sihanouk Dibo, issued a book entitled “The Kurdish Question at the Cairo Conference 1921.. Issues and Dimensions”, in which he deals with the division of the countries of the Middle East region and the shadows they cast on the Kurdish issue.

“Kurdish Question at Cairo Conference 1921” book issued in Egypt
4 February 2021   07:17
NEWS DESK

The book was published in the Egyptian capital, Cairo on Wednesday by Nefertiti Publishing House, and it is located in 211 large pages (size 600 by 300 mm, which is the common form).

The book "The Kurdish Question at the Cairo Conference 1921.. Issues and Dimensions" by the representative of the Syrian Democratic Forces in Egypt, Sihanouk Dibo, deals with the negative effects on the Middle East region, the division of the countries of the region to serve the interests of Britain, and laying the foundations for the problems that the region still suffers until now and it casts its shadow over several issues, foremost of which is the Kurdish issue.

The Cairo conference was led by the British Colonial Secretary, Winston Churchill, who later assumed the position of British Prime Minister, and was held at the Semiramis Hotel in Cairo, from 12 to 23 March 1921, in the presence of British military leaders and civilian directors in the Middle East, to discuss and develop a policy Britain in the region, in the context of a number of agreements concluded before and after it, including Sykes-Picot 1916, the Balfour Declaration 1917, and the Ankara Agreements 1921 and 1926.

The book consists of three sections, the first discusses the international and regional situation before the conference, and the second section deals with the activities and results of the conference, while the third section includes a large and important group of maps, pictures and documents, which explain what happened to the Middle East region as a result of this conference.

Nefertiti House will hold a seminar to discuss the book, on Saturday, February 6, in the presence of the author and writer Ahmed Bahaa El-Din Shaban. The seminar will be moderated by Sayed Abdel Fattah, in the presence of a group of politicians, thinkers and intellectuals.

J.O