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👫 Rafiq Hilmi
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Rafiq Hilmi (1898–1960) was a Kurdish historian, writer and politician born in Kirkuk. He was founder of the Kurdish party Hîwa in 1938 and author of many books on th
👫 Rafiq Hilmi
👫 Muhamad Amin Zaki bag
Muhammed Amin Zaki Bey, (1880 Sulaymaniyah –1948 Sulaymaniyah), was a Kurdish writer, historian and politician. He was born in Sulaimaniya, son of Hagi Abdul Rahman. After studying in Sulaimaniya Mili
👫 Muhamad Amin Zaki bag
👫 Sharafkhan Bidlisi
Sharaf al-Din Khan b. Shams al-Din b. Sharaf Beg Bedlisi (Kurdish: شەرەفخانی بەدلیسی, Şerefxanê Bedlîsî; Persian: شرف‌الدین خان بن شمس‌الدین بن شرف بیگ بدلیسی) (949-1012/ 25 February 1543) was a Kurdi
👫 Sharafkhan Bidlisi
👫 Ahmed Mukhtar Jaff
Ahmed Mukhtar Jaff (1898–1934) was the son of Osman Pasha Jaff, Ottoman Kurdish ruler of Mosul Vilayet, and Adela Kahnem AKA Adela Jaff (Lady Adela) . He was one of the most prominent leaders of the J
👫 Ahmed Mukhtar Jaff
👫 Sheikh Riza Talabani
Sheikh Riza Talabani (Kurdish: شێخ ڕەزای تاڵەبانی ,Şêx Rizayê Talebanî) was a celebrated Kurdish poet from Kirkuk, Iraq. Talabani wrote his poetry in Kurdish, Persian, and Arabic. Most of his poetry c
👫 Sheikh Riza Talabani
👫 Haji Qadir Koyi
Haji Qadir Koyi (Kurdish: حاجی قادری کۆیی ,Hacî Qadirî Koyî c. 1817-1897) was a Kurdish poet. He carried on the nationalistic message of Ahmad Khani in his writings. He wanted to enlighten the people
👫 Haji Qadir Koyi
👫 Salim
Salim (poet)
Salim is the pen name for Abdul-Rehman Begi Saheb-Qiran (Ebdulrehman Begî Sahibqîran, Kurdish: عەبدولڕەحمان بەگی ساحێبقران) the nineteenth century Kurdish poet. Known by his pseudonym as
👫 Salim
👫 Nali
Nalî (Kurdish: نالی), also known as Mallah Xidir Ehmed Şawaysî Mîkayalî (Kurdish: مەلا خدر (خضر) کوڕی ئەحمەدی شاوەیسی ئاڵی بەگی میکایلی) (1800 Shahrizor - 1856 in Constantinople), was born in Khakoo K
👫 Nali
👫 Muhammad Said Ramadan Al Bouti
Early life
Al-Bouti was born in 1929 in the village of Jilka, near Cizre in Turkey. He came from a Kurdish tribe that resided in many regions across Syria, Iraq and Turkey.
The family immigrated to
👫 Muhammad Said Ramadan Al Bouti
👫 Mawlana Kahlid Baghdadi Kurdi Naqshbandi
Mawlana Khalid Baghdadi Kurdi Naqshbandi (d.1242 AH)
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Hadrat Mawlānā Khālid al-Baghdādī ʻUthmānī Kurdī Shāfiʿī Naqshbandī Mujaddidī (d.1242 AH) qaddas-Allāh
👫 Mawlana Kahlid Baghdadi Kurdi Naqshbandi
👫 Ciwan Haco
Ciwan Haco (born 1957) is a Kurdish singer. He was born in Tirbespî near Qamişlo in Syria. His grandfather was originally from Mardin, Turkey. After finishing high school, he left for Germany in order
👫 Ciwan Haco
👫 Mihemed Şêxo
Childhood and Youth
The Kurdish singer Mihemed Salih Şêxmûs was born 1948 in Qamishlo, a city in Syria\'s northern region which is called Western Kurdistan by Kurds. He was from a poor family and had
👫 Mihemed Şêxo
👫 Muhamad Salih Dilan
Biography
Dilan was born in Goizha, a neighborhood in Slemani. His family\'s origins were from Qala Chuwalan, along with the Kurdish Principality of Baban, they settled in Sulaimaniyah in 1784. His fa
👫 Muhamad Salih Dilan
👫 Meryem Khan
Meryem Xan (* 1904 in Dêrgol, Şırnak Province , Ottoman Empire ; † 1949 in Baghdad , Iraq ) was a Kurdish singer ( Dengbêj ).

Meryem Xan came from the village of Dêrgol in the extreme southeast of
👫 Meryem Khan
👫 Leyla Qasim
Leyla Qasim was a Kurdish female political activist who was promoting the awareness of the oppression of the Kurdish people at the hands of occupying powers of Kurdistan. She is regarded as one of the
👫 Leyla Qasim
👫 Nuredin Zaza
Nûredin Zaza (born 15 February 1919; Maden – 7 October 1988; Lausanne) was a Kurdish politician, writer and poet. Zaza was a co-founder of the Kurdistan Democratic Party of Syria and a founding member
👫 Nuredin Zaza
👫 Qanate Kurdo
Biography
Kurdo was born into a Yezidi family. He attended a Kurdish school in Tbilisi. Many other Kurdish writers (such as Dr. Çerkez Bakayêv) in the former Soviet Union were also educated in that s
👫 Qanate Kurdo
👫 Shahram Nazieri
Shahram NazeriShahram Nazeri is one of Iran\'s most celebrated singers and a master of the Persian classical and Sufi repertoires. He was born to a musical Kurdish family in Kermanshah, Western Iran, o
👫 Shahram Nazieri
👫 Hassan Zirak
Hassan Zirek (Kurdish: حەسەن زیرەک, romanized: Hesen Zîrek) 29 November 1921 – 26 June 1972 Bukan) was a celebrated Iranian Kurdish songwriter-singer from Bukan, known for his recordings of classical
👫 Hassan Zirak
✌️ Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou
Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou (Kurdish: عەبدولڕەحمان قاسملوو; 22 December 1930 – 13 July 1989) was an Kurdish politician and Kurdish leader. Ghassemlou was the Secretary-General of the Democratic Party of I
✌️ Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou
✌️ Qazi Mohammed
Qazi Mohammed (kurdisch قازی محه‌ممه‌د Qazî Mihemed, [qɑːˈziː mɪhəˈmːəd]; persisch قاضی محمد [ɢɔːˈziː moɦæˈmːæd]; * 1900 oder 1901; † 30. März 1947 in Mahabad) war der einzige Regierungschef der kurdi
✌️ Qazi Mohammed
👫 Simko Shikak
Simko Shikak (also known as Simitquh; born Ismail Agha Shikak in 1887; died 1930) was a Kurdish chieftain of the Shakak tribe (Shekak also Shakkak or Shikakan) is considered as the largest among all t
👫 Simko Shikak
👫 Sheikh Abdulsalam Barzani
The glimpse of information from Russian, Ottoman Turkish, and British government sources from early 20th century give us a different look and appreciation the role of Sheikh Abdulsalam Barzani in Kurd
👫 Sheikh Abdulsalam Barzani
👫 Abdul Karim Mudaris
Mala Abdul Karim Mudarris or Shaykh Abdul Karim Mudarris (1901 – 2005) (Kurdish: Mele Ebdulkerîmê Muderîs) also known as Nami was the contemporary Kurdish poet, writer, translator, Faqih and the Mufti
👫 Abdul Karim Mudaris
👫 Sheikh Mahmud Hafid
Sheikh Mahmud Barzanji (Kurdish: شێخ مه‌حموود بەرزنجی‎‎) or Mahmud Hafid Zadeh (1878 – October 9, 1956) was the leader of a series of Kurdish uprisings against the British Mandate of Iraq.
He was she
👫 Sheikh Mahmud Hafid
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The Kurds of Lebanon: Socioeconomic Mobility and Political Participation via Naturalization
Guita G. Hourani
November 2011
The Lebanese Emigration Research Center (LERC)
Notre Dame University-Louaizé (NDU), Lebanon
LERC Research Paper Series 1/2011
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The Kurds of Lebanon: Socioeconomic Mobility and Political Participation via Naturalization
General Funk: US forces will stay in Manbij
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Thursday، 8 Feb 2018، 00:30
Speaking to Associated Press from a military outpost in Manbij، General Funk pledged on Wednesday that American troops would remain in the northern Syrian Kurdish town of Manbij despite Ankara’s demands for a U.S. pullout.
“We\'re here to ensure the lasting defeat of ISIS is maintained in this area،” Lt. Gen. Paul E. Funk said during a visit to U.S. forces in Manbij.
Funk told reporters in Manbij that the U.S. would continue to support the Syria
General Funk: US forces will stay in Manbij
Yezidism (Alevism)
History/Founder: Yezidis are a Kurdish sect, is believed by some to be named after their supposed founder Yezid, the Umayyad Caliph (more probable is that Yezidi is related to the Sumerian, Ezidi, \'shining path,\' or from the Pahlavi word Yazd, \'angel.\'). The Yezidi revere the Prophet Mohammed and the Sufi mystic Adi Musafir, a descendent of the Umayyad Caliphs (Kalifs). Adi is credited with writing many of the Yezidi Holy texts and is most likely to be the originator of the faith. Islamic writin
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Migrant crisis: The truth about the boy on the beach Aylan Kurdi
His lifeless body cradled in a policeman’s arms, the drowned boy on the beach has become a symbol for the suffering of Syrian refugees.
Three-year-old Alan Kurdi (his first name was initially incorrectly given as Aylan) perished along with his five-year-old brother and mother off the coast of Turkey.
His father survived and gave a heart-rending account of how he watched his family die after the flimsy dinghy that was supposed to carry them to a brighter future was swamped by rough seas.
They
Migrant crisis: The truth about the boy on the beach Aylan Kurdi
Turkey v Syria\'s Kurds: The short, medium and long story
The Turkish military has launched a major cross-border operation in north-eastern Syria against a Kurdish-led militia alliance allied to the United States.
The move came after US troops, who relied on the militia alliance to defeat the Islamic State (IS) group on the ground in Syria, withdrew from the border area.
We\'ve boiled down why it matters.
Why has Turkey launched an assault?
One main reason: Turkey considers the biggest militia in the Kurdish-led alliance a terrorist group. It says i
Turkey v Syria\'s Kurds: The short, medium and long story

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