Video: Kurds vow fight against Iran

Group based in Iraq says it will fight for freedom of Kurds in Iran.

    The Kurdish group, the Party for a Free Life of Kurdistan (PJAK) has been fighting against the Iranian government for years.

    Based in Iraq, the group says it is fighting for the freedom of Kurds living in Iran.

    But some have suggested that PJAK takes money from the CIA, a claim the group strongly denies.

    Al-Jazeera's Omar Al-Saleh spoke to some of the group's fighters.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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