Hey guys, I was able to talk to a Christian man from Kurdistan today... Wow, it was very interesting. He says that because of Bush they have some type of goverment for this group, and he is glad that Saddam is out of power because of the crimes he committed against these Kurdish Christians, but he fears that as soon as America pulls out, the Kurds will be persecuted again from Turkey, Iran, and Iraq. He says that the Kurds are persecuted because of their ethnicity, but also because a lot of them are Christian. I just feel bad, this is a very persecuted group. He says that in Kurdistan there is a LOT of oil. He said that when Christians were persecuted in Iraq, non-Kurdish Christians, a lot of Kurds bought the Christians homes, etc. So I'm just wondering what are your guyses thoughts on this political situation? I don't know of many articles or have much info on this other than what this man said. Do you guys have any views on the situation of the Kurds in Iraq? Because of the Muslim population, will the Kurds be destined for persecution? Will they be able to have some sort of tolerance in Iraq, perhaps by adopting a more moderate Muslim faith? What do you guys think?