Susina Tribe from The city of Susa


Up to the 6th century BC, our tribe the  (Susina’s), once governed our own Kurdish state under the name  Haltamti.

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Our tribe originates from the town of Susa, and history has shown that tribe of Susiana derives from this town.


Knowledge of Ilamite history remains largely fragmentary, reconstruction being based on mainly Mesopotamian sources.


The city of Susa was founded around 4000 BC, and during its early history, fluctuated between submission to Mesopotamian and Elamite power.

Susa is one of the oldest-known settlements of the region, probably founded about 4000 BCE; though the first traces of an inhabited village date back to 7000 BCE. Evidence of a painted- pottery civilization dates back to 5000 BCE. In historic times, Susa was the capital of the Elamite Empire.

Its name originates from their language; it was written variously (Šušan, Šušun etc.) and was apparently pronounced Šušən. Šušan was invaded by both Babylonian Empires as well as the Assyrian Empire in violent campaigns. After the Babylonian conquest, the name was misunderstood to be connected with the Semitic word Šušan, "lily."

The Elamites called their country Haltamti (in later Elamite, Atamti), which the neighboring Akkadians rendered as Elam..

The high country of Elam was increasingly identified by its low-lying later capital, Susa. Geographers after Ptolemy called it Susiana.

The Elamite civilization was primarily centered in the province of what is modern-day Khuzestan, however it did extend into the later province of Fars in prehistoric times. In fact, the modern provincial name Khuzestān is derived from the Old Persian root Hujiyā, meaning "Elam.

The rise of Islam was deceitfully used by the Arabs to occupy Kurdish land.

As our tribe became a resistant to the Sasan and Persians, we were forcefully removed from our ancestral lands to central Kurdistan.

The pre-Islamic Parthian Inscriptions gives the name of the province Elamite as Khwuzestan.

From the 16th century and the advent of the Safavid Dynasty in Persia/Iran, the southern half of the province came to be gradually known as Arabestan. This was in recognition of the heavy Arabian tribal settlement of the area that had come to dominate the southern half of the province since the 13th century. Arabestan, however, was the name given only to the area south and southwest of the Ahvaz Ridge that runs midway of the province, from northwest to southeast and through Ahvaz.

our confiscated land was offered to Shia Arabs as loyalty and this relationship has remained so for centuries, despite being forcefully relocated to the border northern border of Iraq and Iran we have continued to oppose and resist rule by the Islamic Persians, Turks and Arabs.  In past 100 years our tribe have fought 2 major unsuccessful uprising for an independent Kurdistan.  These uprising brought martyrdom to my grandfather, uncles.  We (including my father and I) have also participating in other tribal uprising for an independent Kurdistan against the rule of Arabs, Turks and Persians.




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Date of Birth: 22nd July 1948 between the towns of Qaladiza in Iraq and Sardasht in Iran.





·      In 1963, aged 15 I became a Peshmarga (Guerilla fighter) for Mustafa Barzani, until 1964.


·      At this point I pursued my academic studies until 1967, however, my patriotism forced me to return to Mustafa Barzani's uprising. During this period I enrolled as student on an artillery course near by Barzani’s headquarters. I ended up as a successful artillery officer in Barzani’s uprising.  During the same period I successfully studied to become a schoolteacher in Barzani controlled area, and taught during the summer holidays at Betwata village.

·      In 1970, I became an officer of the l2th battalion in Qaladiza. This was a condition of the peace agreement between Barzani and the Iraqi regime i.e. the existence of 12 Kurdish battalions.

·      In 1974, I became an artillery captain of the Rawandaz area.  My region was constantly in battle with the regime; however, I suffered severely from an explosion of anti-personnel mine. I was taken to Iran for treatment, which continued until the collapse of Barzani uprising.  This was as a result of the peace agreement between Iraq and Iran in 1975; I subsequently returned to Iraq.

·      In 1976, I became a building contractor and accomplished the construction of an 800 cubic meter damn in SangaSar. During 1977, I was contracted to build 250 bridges for the SangaSar and Mawat road. These two contracts elevated my financial status and my presence in the business community.

·      In 1979, I travelled to London to continue my medical treatment for injuries sustained from the anti-personnel mine.  Whilst I was in London, the Iraqi regime arrested 12 members of my family, 10 of which were hung and 2 sentenced to life in prison - one of which was my father in-law. During this period I opposed the entire Kurdish political parties in Kurdistan, due to their Islamic and Marxist beliefs. I returned to Iranian Kurdistan as Iraq had become unsafe for a Kurdish nationalist like me.  My tribe warmly greeted me, and I became the ruler of the Sardasht region allied to the Iranian KDP. Although, once I discovered the Marxist direction of the party, I distanced myself and returned to London.

·      In 1980, the emergence of Saddam as President and the release of all Kurdish prisoners, including my father in-law, encouraged me enough to return to Iraq.

·      In 1981, Mr. Ali Qazi (son of Qazi Mohammad) asked for my help for the creation of a national Kurdish political organization to exploit the political freedom that Saddam Hussein granted, in his early years as President

·      Initially the Iraqi regime greeted this move and fully supported it, however, as we gained momentum within two months the regime ended its links.  This made me understand that the faces in power may have changed but the attitude towards the Kurds had not.  Therefore, in February 1982 my family and I departed for London and were granted political asylum.

·      From 1982 to 1990, I was unable to gain western support for the creation of a Kurdish National organization.  In 1984, I accepted a request from an American diplomat in Paris with Mr. Qazi, to return to Kurdistan to make a political feasibility study. This was intended to analyze the situation of the Kurds and Kurdistan.  I discovered that Syria, and Iran was supporting many Islamic and Marxist organization in Kurdistan. Whilst internally, the Iraqi supported the Kurdish Socialist movement which had no Kurdish nationalist basis.  All Kurdish movements in Turkey were forbidden.  Thus, I decided that any political movement within Kurdistan would not succeed, and focused my efforts through diplomatic channels whilst pursuing an import/export business in commodity and in particular oil.

The collapse of Communism, in particular the Soviet Union and the growth in nationalism aroused my passion to succeed politically.

·      In 1990, I wrote to the British government in regards to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, and stated that I would be able create an immediate fighting force of 20,000 men. The British government appreciated the offer but declined to take any such measures. This response further tied my hands, and I spoke out through the media and support the allies against Saddam.

In 1991, as Saddam’s regime became desperately unstable, the Kurdish political parties sought to strengthen him in Iraqi Kurdistan by maintaining order in the region.   Thus, I contacted my followers who had been ethnically cleansed to Rania and Bazean, and ordered them to start an uprising in their regions. Their attacks sparked and spread a wave of uprisings in Iraqi Kurdistan against the Iraqi regime.  As I had no political ties with any of the states Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Syria, that occupy Kurdistan and opposed their occupation I was not granted an immediate visa to gain access to Iraqi Kurdistan to lead the uprising.

As the uprising disintegrated with it now being controlled and directed by the Kurdish political parties, Saddam fought his way back to Iraqi Kurdistan with ease as the politically parties were not willing to defend the liberated positions or allow civilians do so. This created a tragedy that will be long remembered by all Kurds as millions of Kurds fled to the mountains in fear of their lives.  This state of affairs prompted me in the end of 1991 to create a humanitarian oil programmed, which was intended to aid the civilians, whilst politically damaging the Iraqi regime and further the cause of an independent Kurdistan. The Kurdish people passionately welcomed this programme.

Once more the Kurdish political parties took orders from the aggressors not to support any such economic movements that would endanger the unity of the state.  They then sought to obstruct Kurd Oil’s activities in Iraqi Kurdistan.  It was these parties that caused the U.S. and Britain to seek a policy of containment, rather than a policy of geographical restructuring of the borders to secure Kurds freedom from an aggressor.

As the coalition has fallen, and the sympathy for Saddam’s regime grows, I have decided to concentrate my efforts through diplomatic channels.

I have forwarded many proposals to America and Britain to help to alleviate the suffering of the Kurds, and to remove all elements of anti-American and British movements in Kurdistan and elsewhere in the Middle East. However, there has been interest but not been any solid acceptance to my Independent of Kurdistan program.

On October 2003 I held press conference in Geneva Press Club and stated: The past 13 years, the US and UK has enjoyed widespread support amongst Kurds for their policies in Iraq.  This has included logistical, intelligence and military support and I said to avoid a repeat of the past tragedies, I propose that Iraq be split into three separate states The Kurds expected the Mosul Vilayet to return to Kurdish control.

I have rating 10 historic and Oil Books, 2 in English, one in Arabic, one in Persian, and 6 in Kurdish, all the Books already publish by the author House:



I sent an Email to the Iranian Embassy, dated 28th of April 2009 in the hope that they would send me the appropriate form for such candidacy but up to now they have not responded.


The situation in Iran is getting worse day by day and those who run the country have no regard in assisting Iranian pupils or establishing good international relations. As a result of the current trend and love for my country I am seeking the candidacy for the Presidency of Iran.


Should the Iranian Embassy respond in a positive way in such an election? I need the world media ask the question as to why democracy has not given me the opportunity to participate in the election.


For this reason I will act as an excel President of Iran.


This is part of my intended program to run Iran:


1 - It is my aim to find 5 million jobs for the unemployed in Iran by creating many projects.


2 - I will stop all support & payments to terrorist Groups such as Hamas and Hezbollah.


3 - I will put all existing nuclear programs into the hands of the UN and International Nuclear Agencies and accept whatever they recommend.


4 - I will stop existing and past contracts, especially the purchase of arms and military hardware from Russia and other countries.


5 – I will create a green light for all British and American Companies to obtain contracts and work in Iran especially in Oil and Gas industry.


6 – I will turn Iran from a revolutionary type regime into a friendly well respected country. This will incorporate a huge rebuilding program with the creation of 10 large town and one million modern villages.


7 - I have a project to meet all the many towns’ water requirements, especially in the area of agricultural by harnessing water from the Caspian Sea via Iranian Kurdistan for onward pipeline transfer.


8 - It is in my aim to create 10 new factories and establish an oil/gas refinery in Iranian Kurdistan.


9 – To extend oil exploration up to 10 million barrel a day by starting new exploration & production from Iranian Kurdistan.


10- I will establish a Joint Venture pipeline from the Caspian Sea through to the Gulf with the capacity to transfer of 5 million barrel of oil.


11- Immediately start negotiations with Israel and push my government to recognize Israel.


All the above are the major projects with thousands of smaller projects to create a high tech country with employment for all.


Best regard


Sardar Pishdare

Also for the second term, I have I sent an Email to the Iranian Embassy in Swedn and I re ask to they would send me the appropriate form for such candidacy but up to now they have not responded for my demand to registrar my name for the candidacy of this election.

USA and Naeto warmly greeted and welcome by the Kurds of the region, as they have expectation they will set forth the process of independence, Thus we demand that USA and UK and Naeto maintain large presence for the next 100 years in Kurd Land:

This is my Books which is publish by AuthorHouse