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👫 Narmin Mustafa Awez
A Kurdish artist based in Sulaymaniyah.
She holds a MA from the College of Fine Arts, University of Sulaimany, and PHD nominate from the same institute.
Her works is mainly, painting, extending it
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☂️ Hengaw Organization for Human Rights
Hengaw Organization for Human Rights was founded in October 2016 by a group of human rights activists to report about the extensive human rights violations that were occurring in the Kurdish areas in
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📕 Evaluation of Local Asphalt Production and Performance Grade (PG) for Kurdistan Region-Iraq
Agreen Abdoulla Azeez
Erbil - 2019
📕 Evaluation of Local Asphalt Production and Performance Grade (PG) for Kurdistan Region-Iraq
👫 Araz Ramazan Ahmad
DR. Araz Ramazan Ahmad is currently a lecturer and director of Media office at the University of Raparin. At the same time, he works as a journalist and writer since 2004, as he is a staff member of K
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📕 The stories of shilan and miran
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📕 The stories of shilan and miran
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A Research Project Submitted to the Department of English, College of language at the University of Salahaddin-Hawler in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of B.A in Language and Li
📕 The Death Trap as a Political Play by Saki
🎵 My Sweet Pepper Land
My Sweet Pepper Land is a 2013 Kurdish-language internationally co-produced drama film directed by Huner Saleem.It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival It was
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🎵 Vodka Lemon
Vodka Lemon (Kurdish Sorani: ڤۆدکا لیمۆ) is a 2003 film directed by the Iraqi–Kurdish director Hiner Saleem.
Produced by Fabrice Guez
Written by Lei Dinety
Pauline Gouzenne
Hiner Saleem
Starring
🎵 Vodka Lemon
👫 Hiner Saleem
Huner Saleem (Kurdish: هونه‌ر سەلیم), also transliterated as Huner Salim, (born 09-03-1964), is an Iraqi–Kurdish film director. He was born in the town of Aqrah (Akre) in Iraqi Kurdistan. He left Iraq
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🎵 Kilomètre Zéro
Kilomètre zéro (Sorani Kurdish: کیلۆمەتری سفر) is a 2005 film written, produced, and directed by the Kurdish director Hiner Saleem. Kilometre Zero is the first Iraqi film chosen for the official Canne
🎵 Kilomètre Zéro
☂️ Kurdistan Botanical Foundation -KBF
Kurdistan Botanical Foundation -KBF
فاوندەیشنی رووەکی کوردستان [1]
The Kurdistan Botanical Foundation (hereafter KBF) is a non-profit organization that was established by a group of botanists and en
☂️ Kurdistan Botanical Foundation -KBF
👫 Leyla Zana
Leyla Zana (born03-05-1961) is a Turkish politician of Kurdish origin who was imprisoned for ten years for her political activism, which was deemed by the Turkish courts to be against the unity of the
👫 Leyla Zana
📕 Kurdish Issues
This volume contains 13 essays, written by a group of distinguished scholars, on the most important issues facing the Kurds today. Subjects covered include politics, economics, ISIS, and number of iss
📕 Kurdish Issues
👫 Michael Gunter
Michael M. Gunter is an authority on Kurds in Turkey and Iraq and has written seven books on the Kurdish struggle. He is a board member of the Center for Eurasian Studies (AVIM).
He is frequently con
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📝 PKK: We know the genocidal mentality behind Sivas massacre well
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📝 HPG: 22 Turkish soldiers killed in guerrilla actions
The Press Office of the People\'s Defense Forces (HPG) announced in a statement that at least 22 soldiers of the Turkish military have died as result of guerrilla actions in Northern and Southern Kurdi
📝 HPG: 22 Turkish soldiers killed in guerrilla actions
📕 My Memoirs On The Kurdistan Republic Of Mahabad
Translated by: Salman Ali
Revised by: Azad Hama Shareef
📕 My Memoirs On The Kurdistan Republic Of Mahabad
👩 Concerns over the fate of Zeynab Jalalian in quarantine
Jalalian is currently being held in the quarantine ward of Qarchak prison where she was transferred by the security forces after the other prisons refused to accept her.
Ali Jalalian, the father of Z
👩 Concerns over the fate of Zeynab Jalalian in quarantine
📕 Spotlights on Kurdish Folk Art
Compiled by Dr. Azad Hamad Sharif
2012
📕 Spotlights on Kurdish Folk Art
📕 Facebook’s Kurdistan Takedown
Platform takes down inauthentic network in Iraqi region
Ben Nimmo, C. Shawn Eib, Léa Ronzaud and Thomas Lederer
Graphika - 2020
📕 Facebook’s Kurdistan Takedown
👫 Azad Hamad Sharif
Asst. Prof. Dr. Azad Hamad Sharif
Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq
EDUCATION:
▪ B.A in English Language/College of Arts/Baghdad University. (1980). Standing : (Very Good)
▪ M.A in English Literatu
👫 Azad Hamad Sharif
👫 Sozdar Avesta (Nuriye Kesbir)
Nuriye Kesbir (also known as Sozdar Avesta) is a Yazidi member of the Kurdistan Workers\' Party (PKK), and in 2001 she was arrested upon her arrival at the Shiphol Airport in the Netherlands and follow
👫 Sozdar Avesta (Nuriye Kesbir)
📕 Political Communication and the Media in Kurdistan
GHARIB, Ahmed Hama
2016
📕 Political Communication and the Media in Kurdistan
📖 Dersim massacre through the memories of prominent Kurdish writer Musa Anter
One of the bloodiest chapters in Kurdish history began in March 1937, when Kurds led by political figure Seyid Riza in Dersim province rebelled against Mustafa Kamal Ataturk’s Turkish government.
Der
📖 Dersim massacre through the memories of prominent Kurdish writer Musa Anter
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Zagros Mountains
mountain range in southwestern Iran, extending northwest-southeast from the border areas of eastern Turkey and northern Iraq to the Strait of Hormuz. The Zagros range is about 990 miles (1,600 km) long and more than 150 miles (240 km) wide. Situated mostly in what is now Iran, it forms the extreme western boundary of the Iranian plateau, though its foothills to the north and west extend into adjacent countries.
The oldest rocks in the Zagros range date to Precambrian time (that is, before 541 million years ago), and the Paleozoic Era rocks that date to between 541 million and 252 million years ago are found at or near the highest peaks. Most of the rocks in the mountain range, however, are limestone and shale from the Mesozoic Era (252 million to 66 million years ago) and the Paleogene Period (66 million to 23 million years ago). The range was primarily formed by orogenies (mountain-building episodes) driven by the movement of the Arabian Plate underneath the Eurasian Plate during the Miocene and Pliocene epochs (23 million to 2.6 million years ago).
The highest point in the range is Mount Dena, elevation 14,465 feet (4,409 metres), located in the middle Zagros. Passes through the mountains are used for reaching the fertile intermontane plains, which lie at elevations above 5,000 feet (1,500 metres). The rivers draining the range’s western face are strong and perennial, flowing through enclosed plains or ravines. Rainfall in the region is about 40 inches (1,000 mm) annually.
The mountains are an imposing natural barrier and have traditionally provided the boundary between cultural and political entities, including the early Mesopotamian and Median cultures, the Parthian and Roman empires, and, more recently, the Persian and Ottoman empires. The mountains and foothills that approach the range are home to a significant portion of Iran’s population, including, in addition to ethnic Persians, significant numbers of Assyrian Christians, Kurds, and Turks as well as Lurs, Bakhtyārī, and Qashqāʾī tribal groups. The traditional economy is based largely on animal husbandry, and the production of high-quality rugs and carpets has long been a mainstay of the region. Large reserves of petroleum are located in or near the southwestern foothills.
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