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My uncle is married to a Colombian woman. He has two sons and a daughter. My cousins live in Spain and they don't want to return to Kurdistan. My uncle has converted to Roman Catholicism and my cousins are Roman Catholics. 
My older sister is my only sibling. My sister wants to return to Kurdistan, if Kurdistan obtains independence from Iraq.

You should found a Kurdish cadet branch of your house

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The members of the forum, who wants Azadi to become Shah of Kurdistan, shall shout "Biji Azadi, Shah ya Kurdistan!" (Long live Azadi, Shah of Kurdistan!).
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Biji Azadi, Shah ya Kurdistan

You know what, I'll throw myself onto the Azadist bandwagon for Kurdistan.
Let Azadi have it.

Nonetheless, just as I would want the Windsors to have a place in the Coronation of a new King in the United States to recognise their heirship of George III, so too would I want the Osmans to have a place in the coronation of Azadi.
This would give his new dynasty a connection to the royal past of Kurdistan and help differentiate him from a simple dictator.

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Symbols of the Kingdom of Kurdistan under the reign of Shah Azadi I
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I wonder if in a restored Imperial Iran, HM Azadi I, Shah of Kurdistan, would be given an Iranian title referring to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azadistan
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The flag of the Kingdom of Azadistan, which is located in Antarctica. The Kingdom of Azadistan is united with the Azadist Kingdom of Kurdistan in a personal union. The territory of the Kingdom of Azadistan is a sector of the continent of Antarctica, which stretches between the 90th meridian west and the 150th meridian west. The flag of the Kingdom of Azadistan combines the red, white and green colors of the flag of Kurdistan with the blue saltire of the flag of the Russian navy. The blue saltire of the flag of the Russian navy is part of the flag of the Kingdom of Azadistan in order to honour Fabian von Bellingshausen, who discovered Antarctica in 1820. Fabian von Bellingshausen was a Russian.
Flag of the Azadian Kingdom of Antarctica.png

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Symbols of Azadistan:
https://imgur.com/undefinedhttps://imgur.com/undefined [JgoHXuB] 

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Is Iraq likely to become a monarchy? That could be a solution. A Hashemite restoration of Iraq and all its territories.
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Is Iraq likely to become a monarchy? That could be a solution. A Hashemite restoration of Iraq and all its territories.

Iraq doesn't claim any part of Antarctica. The territory of Azadistan isn't claimed by any state.
Let them offer the sands of Libya as my kingdom, I will accept. - Julius Caesar
Let them offer the glaciers of Antarctica as my kingdom, I will accept. - Azadi
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Male-preference primogeniture will be used concerning succession to the Kurdish throne, because my sister and I were born in Schleswig-Holstein. Schleswig-Holstein was ruled by the kings of Denmark before 1864. Schleswig-Holstein has been ruled by Denmark, Germany and Russia. Denmark was the only country, which has ruled Schleswig-Holstein, which was a monarchy, when my sister and I were born. I was born in 1993 and my sister was born in 1991. Denmark used male-preference primogeniture from 1953 to 2009. My sister is the heir presumptive to the Kurdish throne.
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Male-preference primogeniture will be used concerning succession to the Kurdish throne, because my sister and I were born in Schleswig-Holstein. Schleswig-Holstein was ruled by the kings of Denmark before 1864. Schleswig-Holstein has been ruled by Denmark, Germany and Russia. Denmark was the only country, which has ruled Schleswig-Holstein, which was a monarchy, when my sister and I were born. I was born in 1993 and my sister was born in 1991. Denmark used male-preference primogeniture from 1953 to 2009. My sister is the heir presumptive to the Kurdish throne.

Is your sister a monarchist?

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Is your sister a monarchist?

Yes. She likes the current European monarchies, but she doesn't care about restoration of monarchies, except the Iranian monarchy. She is a staunch supporter of Kurdish independence from Iraq and she is a staunch opponent of political Islam, but she doesn't care much about politics otherwise, unlike me. She supports restoration of the Iranian monarchy, because she admires Reza Pahlavi, who is struggling against the Iranian Ayatollah regime.
My sister supports my claim to the Kurdish throne. I fortunately have a very close relationship with my sister.


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My preferred coat of arms of Kurdistan:
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My preferred coat of arms of Kurdistan:
IMG_0031.jpg
sorry but its not a real coat of arms
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