As a region, yes, as an independent and/or sovereign state, no.
Kurdistan is a term applied to regions of southeast Turkey, northeast Syria, northern Iraq, and northwest Iran in reference to the Kurdish ethnic majority who live on that land. The Kurds, by and large, want independence from their host nations and to create an independent republic on these majority Kurdish lands, but this has not yet happened. The closest to this are the Iraqi and Syrian Kurdistans which have become de facto independent as a result of the Iraqi Civil War (between the government and ISIL) and the Syrian Civil War.
Kurdistan is in Middle-East, in Iraq. They have their own flag, but kurdistan is a region.
Kurdistan is an integral part of Iraq.
The Kurdistan region is located in Iraq. The Kurdistan borders East, West and North Kurdistan and Iraqi to the South. Political violence between them and their regions has increased.
ugh- kurdistan is part of Iraq
The population of Kurdistan Province is 1,440,156.
Kurdistan Airlines was created in 2004.
People in Kurdistan speak Kurdish.
Yes. People have manners in Iraqi Kurdistan.
Kurdistan didn't got freedom and it won't.
The majority population of Kurdistan is made of Kurds.
In the case of Turkish and Iranian Kurdistan, you get VISAS to those nations and then proceed to go to the Kurdish-majority regions. In the case of Iraqi Kurdistan, you get a special VISA to visit Iraqi Kurdistan from the Iraqi Embassy or upon arrival in Iraqi Kurdistan (if you are a national from certain countries and are arriving in Iraqi Kurdistan from somewhere other than Iraq). In the case of Syrian Kurdistan, it is currently STRONGLY discouraged to go to Syrian Kurdistan. Although it is among the safest areas in Syria, that is not saying much.
Erbil /Hawler/ is the largest city in kurdistan of Iraq
No. Haiti is in the Gulf of Mexico and Kurdistan is in the Middle East.
Communist Party of Kurdistan was created in 1982.
Kurdistan Islamist Conflict happened in 2002.
Islamic Group in Kurdistan was created in 2001.
Kurdistan Islamic Union was created in 1994.
Kurdistan Revolutionary Party was created in 1964.
Iraqi Kurdistan was created on 1970-03-11.
The area of Iraqi Kurdistan is 40,643 square kilometers.
Islamic Movement of Kurdistan was created in 1979.
Islamic Party of Kurdistan was created in 1979.
No. Kurdistan is under the rule of other sovereigns. Iraqi and Syrian Kurdistan, though, are currently very autonomous from their ruling nations.
Sanandaj is the capital of Eastern Kurdistan (occupied by Iran), Al-Qamishli is the capital of Western Kurdistan (occupied by Syria), Erbil (which the Kurds call "Hawler") is the Capital of Southern Kurdistan (occupied by Iraq) and Diyarbakir (which the Kurds call "Amed") is the capital of Northern Kurdistan (occupied by Turkey).
No. The area commonly called "Mesopotamia" is today mostly in Iraq. Kurdistan is in in northern Iraq with portions also in Iran, Syria, and Turkey. While there are parts of Mesopotamia that overlap with areas of Kurdistan, the majority of Mesopotamia is outside of Kurdistan and the majority of Kurdistan is outside of Mesopotamia.