Yes. I believe the war in Iraq and Afghanistan should be considered a variation of Kurdish genocide, because the terrorist attacks that sparked the war in Iraq, and Afghanistan were committed individuals linked to terrorist organizations. Not countries. So the wars in Iraq, and Afghanistan are definitely uncalled for. Murdering innocent people for something they had nothing to do with.
No, the war we are in now is not a type of genocide, because they brought the war on to themselves. They came over here and attacked us, and was keeping weapons of mass destruction, that they would eventually fire off against the United States, so we did what we had to.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan should not be considered a variation of Kurdish genocide because the Kurdish population are not the target of these wars. Although the people of these countries have had issues with Kurds, the wars are because of religious extremism, WMD, and oil. Kurds belong minimally at fault and are not targets.
The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan had nothing to do with Kurdish genocide. Thousands of civilians were killed by insurgents, but they weren't necessarily in Kurd territory. There aren't many Kurds in Afghanistan anyway as Kurdistan is in northern Iraq, southern Turkey and western Iran. Kurdish genocide happened mostly under Saddam Hussein.
I do not believe the Iraq War and the Afghanistan War should be considered a variation of the Kurdish genocide. In fact, I don't really see any actual similarities at all. I do not believe either of these wars are justified, but America isn't killing strictly based on ethnicity, we aren't that calculated.