The Kurds have been picked up as agents of opposition by those against the deal in a final bid to scuttle the ensuing talks leading to a final nuclear deal between the western powers and Iran. The Kurds want the recognition of human rights as a part of the deal. The deal is in a position of some improvements being made, they feel.
A nuclear deal with the US should have provisions for recognition of human rights in Iran. More specifically, it should be in favour of an equal treatment of the minorities. The Kurds form as much as 10 per cent of the 81 million population hosted by the Iranian borders. Besides this, they find themselves in countries like Turkey, Syria and Iran. Dubbed as the world's largest stateless minorities, the Kurds have been at the receiving end of discrimination for a long time.
The Kurds in Iran feel that if sanctions imposed on Iran are done away with, it is going to come out in support of terrorists. It is going to put Iran in a better position to sponsor violence and terrorism in Europe and the US in particular and the world in general. The Kurds are in favour of violence brought into effect to handle the situation.
The Iranians are already on the way to a nuclear weapon. The curbing of sanctions is only going to make it all the easier for the Iranians to get it. This is what they aimed at in the first place. This is what they aim for at the end of the day.