Kurdish religion is as unique as Kurdish culture itself.
But this seems, to me, to be the case with how all cultures influence religion.
For history, geography, and demographics shape Christianity in Rome, Italy. But they also shape it in Dallas, Texas.
And this is the same way that Islam is rgionally molded by the antiquity of Taif, Saudi Arabia and Erbil, Kurdistan.
I love the way that the Kurds have stood against tyranny and oppression.
Thoughthree-fifths of all Kurds are Muslim, they have done to religion what they do to nearly everything that comes into their hands: they have remade it in their own more tolerant, uniquely Kurdish image.
-Stephen Mansfield, The Miracle of The Kurds
Upon further investigation, it appears that the remaining two-fifths