Orhan Miroğlu

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Orhan Miroğlu (born in Mardin, Turkey) is a Turkish politician of Kurdish descent and a columnist for the Taraf daily newspaper as well as Today's Zaman. He is banned from politics for five years following the 2009 closure of the Democratic Society Party.[1]

He survived the 1992 assassination of Musa Anter, which he says was carried out by the Turkish Gendarmerie's JITEM.[2][3]

Books[edit]

  • Dıjwar – Onlara Dair Her Şey (Avesta Yayınları, 2004)
  • Çapraz Ateşte İki Halk: Türkler ve Kürtler – Yeni Jeopolitika ve Nasyonalizm (Beybûn, 2005).
  • O'na Zarfsız Kuşlar Gönderin- Uğur KAYMAZ Kitabı (agorakitaplığı)
  • Kuşatmadan İnfaza: Musa Anter Cinayeti - on the 1992 assassination of Musa Anter.

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