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How do you preserve your customs and traditions as a stateless nation?

To coincide with Desert Fire, our documentary on the Kurdistan football team’s journey through the ‘rebel world cup’, we’d like to know how stateless nations are keeping their culture alive In summer 2016, an extraordinary tournament took place: football’s ‘rebel world cup for stateless nations, minority ethnic groups and unrecognised territories. This surreal and vibrant spectacle is viewed through the most fascinating team of the lot – Kurdistan.
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