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Ihsan Nuri Pascha

Ihsan Nuri Pascha
Early life and education
Ihsan Nuri was born in the house of his father Elî Qulî ] in Bitlis in 1893. He came from a branch of the Jalali tribe. After finishing primary education at the Gök Meydan mosque in Bitlis, he was registered in the Erzincan Military School (Erzincan Askerî Rüştiyesi ). After completing secondary education, he entered in the Ottoman Military Academy. While at the academy, he joined the Hevî, a Kurdish association of students. In 1910, he graduated from this academy as a lieutenant and joined the Ottoman Army.
Ottoman military career
After he participated in the counterinsurgency operations in Albania, he was sent to Yemen and served there for 33 months. After returning from Yemen, he was appointed the aide-de-camp of Ottoman 93rd Infantry Regiment and was sent to Beyzon In the early stage of the First World War, he was injured at Nerman and sent back to the rear area for treatment. On the way to Erzincan, he suffered from frostbite near Karaburun. After treatment in Erzincan, he was assigned to the Ottoman Ninth Army, and then appointed the member of the administration committee of Ozurgeti in Georgia, briefly occupied by the Turkish troops during the Caucasus Campaign of 1918 and served as the commander of the mobile gendarmerie of the town. After the First World War, he got in contact with the Society for the Rise of Kurdistan, who delivered him the task to establish relations amongst the Kurdish notables in area around Diarbakır, Siirt and Bitlis He wrote an article about Woodrow Wilson's Fourteen Points, which was published on 30 March 1919 in the Jîn magazine. When he arrived at Trabzon, Rushdi Bey, who was the commander of the 9th Caucasian Division, sent him to Baku to meet authorities of the Red Army. He was a commander of the crushed Beytüssebab revolt in September 1924 in which he demanded other Kurdish tribal militiamen to support the uprising. He also supported the Sheikh Said rebellion in 1925 ] but did not take part in it in a leading position as he was in exile in Persia in February 1925. After the rebellion in Beytüssebap was subdued, the Turks intelligence undertook an attempt to portray Nuri as a Turkish spy to the British. But the British dismissed the attempt.
Republic of Ararat
Kurdish nationalists met in October 1927 and not only proclaimed the independence of Kurdistan, but also formed Xoybûn (Independence), a “supreme national organ … with full and exclusive national and international powers”.
Cognizant of the need for a proper military structure, Xoybûn promoted Ihsan Nuri to general (pasha) and nominated him Commander-In-Chief of the Kurdish National Army. Ihsan Nuri, a former Kurdish member of the Young Turks.
By 1928, Ihsan Nuri had assembled a small group of soldiers armed with modern weapons and trained in infantry tactics. This force initiated the Xoybûn revolt, marching towards Mount Ararat. Ihsan Nuri and his men not only achieved success in reaching Mount Ararat, but they were able to secure the towns of Bitlis Van province, and most of the countryside around Lake Van, establishing a notable area of Kurdish resistance.
By the end of summer 1930, the Turkish air forces were bombing Kurdish positions around Mount Ararat from all directions. According to General Ihsan Nuri, the military superiority of Turkish air forces demoralized Kurds and led to their capitulation.
As refugee
During the 1930s, İhsan Nuri arrived as a refugee in Tehran. The government restricted his movements for years in Tehran. In 1960 his situation became better and he was permitted to settle in the Kurdish region around Urmia. In 1962 he undertook a journey to West Berlin to a Kurdish language congress and while he stayed in Berlin, he also met Kamuran Bedir Khan. While in Europe, he visited also the cities like Cologne and Vienna, at both locations he was received by Iranian diplomats. He returned to Iran in mid 1962 and following he returned to Urmia. In the summer of 1976, he was injured when he was hit by a motorcycle directly in front of his home at around 10:00 am. He was taken to a local hospital where he died of his wounds during the day. The culprit driving the motorcycle that hit him was never identified or apprehended.
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Date of Death: 23-03-1976
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Cause of death: Traffic accidents
Country of birth: North Kurdistan
Country of death: Iran
Education: Military
Education level: University (Bachelor)
Gender: Male
Language - Dialect: Turkish
Language - Dialect: Kurdish - Badini
Military rank: Major General
Nation: Kurd
People type: The politician
People type: Kurdish Prince
Place of birth: Badlees
Place of death: Tehran
Place of Residence: Diaspora
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