Kurdish Women in the Zone of Genocide and Gendercide
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Keywords

Kurdish women
Genocide
Gendercide
War zone

How to Cite

Mojab, S. (1). Kurdish Women in the Zone of Genocide and Gendercide. Al-Raida Journal, 20-25. https://doi.org/10.32380/alrj.v0i0.396

Abstract

The first political struggles for women’s emancipation coincide with the rise of nations, nationalism, and the nation-state during the bourgeois democratic revolutions of the late eighteenth century. This formation of modern nation states has generally been associated with the use of violence. War, massacre, genocide, and ethnic cleansing are some of the forms of violence used by both premodern and modern states throughout the world. All these forms of violence have been patriarchal. State violence and patriarchal violence have been and still are inseparable.

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