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Jabar Garyawayi
Name: Jabar
Nickname: Gariawayi
Date of death: 30-09-2022
Place of birth: Erbil
Place of death: Erbil
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He was an active mountaineering teacher and athlete. He died of a stroke on 30-09-
Jabar Garyawayi
Kamal Raouf Mohammed - Babi Lalo
Biography
He was born on 17-01-1942 in Sulaymaniyah .
Journalist (editor of Hawkari newspaper: 1970), radio scholar, translator, announcer, director (editor of radio) and radio representative and an
Kamal Raouf Mohammed - Babi Lalo
Sara Sardar
Her full name is Sara Sardar Hamabeg. She was born on the date 04-04-1985 in the city of Shiraz in the country of Iran. She did her primary education there and graduated from high school there in the
Sara Sardar
Kamaran Akrayi
Name: Kamran
Nickname: Karwan Akreyi
Father\'s name: Saeed
Mother\'s name: Jamila
Date of Birth: 29-12-1982
Place of birth: Naghde - East Kurdistan

Biography
Kamran Saeed Shukri was born on 29
Kamaran Akrayi
Aziz Gardi
Aziz Gardi, whose full name is Aziz Ahmad Abdullah, was born in 1947, he loved learning since an early age, But when he finds himself in front of his primary school teachers; they make his love and de
Aziz Gardi
Ali Rokhzadi
Dr. Ali Rokhzadi (Kurdish: Elí Ruxzadí, علی روخزادی) was born in 1946 in the small village of Xalle Waze in vicinity of Xurr Xurre area of the city of Seqiz in Mand province in Kurdistan. He worked as
Ali Rokhzadi
The Politics of Text and Context: Kurdish Films in Turkey in a Period of Political Transformation
Title:The Politics of Text and Context: Kurdish Films in Turkey in a Period of Political Transformation
Author: Ayça Çiftçi
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Royal Holloway, University
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The Politics of Text and Context: Kurdish Films in Turkey in a Period of Political Transformation
The Role of News Media In Supporting Democracy in Kurdistan Region
Title: The Role of News Media In Supporting Democracy in Kurdistan Region
Author: Hataw Hama Saleh Hussein
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Publisher: Published by ProQuest LLC
Release date:2020

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The Role of News Media In Supporting Democracy in Kurdistan Region
Rapar Osman Uzery
He was born on 21-01-1964 in a village near The Black Mount near Mawat, when Osman Ozeri was the political leader of the Khabat Force, However, in the summer of 1963, when the Voice of Iraqi Kurdistan
Rapar Osman Uzery
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He is an archivist of Kurdipedia.
He is also a member of the board of directors of the PDF Library Group.[1]


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Jina Mahsa Amini

Jina Mahsa Amini
Nach dem Tod der Kurdin Jina Mahsa Amini auf einer iranischen Polizeiwache ruft die kurdische Frauenbewegung in Europa zur Ausweitung des Frauenkampfes und Organisierung der Selbstverteidigung auf.
Vergangene Woche ist die 22-jährige Jina Mahsa Amini während eines Familienbesuchs in der iranischen Hauptstadt Teheran von der sogenannten Sitten- und Religionspolizei festgenommen und unter dem Vorwand, ihren Hidschab nicht so wie vorgeschrieben getragen zu haben, auf eine Polizeiwache verschleppt worden. Auf dem Revier sollten „Aufklärungs- und Schulungsmaßnahmen“ zu den Kleidervorschriften erfolgen. Nach Polizeiangaben sei sie dort wegen Herzversagens zunächst in Ohnmacht und danach ins Koma gefallen. Am Freitag wurde ihr Tod bestätigt. Die Hinweise auf einen Mord an Amini durch Folter brachten am Wochenende unzählige Menschen auf die Straßen. Die kurdische Menschenrechtsorganisation Hengaw berichtet unter Berufung auf ihr Aktivist:innennetzwerk, mindestens 47 Personen seien seit Samstag bei Demonstrationen in Rojhilat (Ostkurdistan) verletzt worden, einige davon schwer. Mehrere Demonstrierende wurden festgenommen. Die Informationen wurden vom Kurdistan Human Rights Network bestätigt.

„Nehmt den Kampf gegen Femizide auf“
Nun erklärt sich auch die kurdische Frauenbewegung in Europa (TJK-E) zum Tod von Jina Amini. „Wir gedenken Jina Amini und aller ermordeten Frauen. Wir rufen alle Frauen dazu auf, in ihren Regionen den Kampf gegen Femizide aufzunehmen und zur Stimme von Jina Amini zu werden.“

„Jina Mahsa Amini wurde von der Sittenpolizei zu Tode gefoltert“
In der Erklärung der TJK-E heißt es weiter: „Jina Mahsa Amini wurde von der iranischen Sittenpolizei zu Tode gefoltert. Als kurdische Frauenbewegung in Europa verurteilen wir diesen Mord voll Wut und Abscheu. Der Foltermord an der 22-jährigen Kurdin hat einmal mehr die frauenfeindliche Politik des iranischen Staates gezeigt. Auch heute im 21. Jahrhundert finden hier Femizide und Kinderehen vor den Augen der ganzen Welt statt. Dies ist Ausdruck des Patriarchats. Frauen haben immer Widerstand gegen das Patriarchat geleistet, gegen eine Politik, die Frauen missachtet und Femizide gesetzlich durch die Scharia legitimiert. Dieser Kampf geht nun durch Jina weiter.“

„Selbstverteidigung muss praktisch werden“
Zum Kampf im Iran und Ostkurdistan schreibt die TJK-E: „Wie überall auf der Welt kämpfen Frauen auch in Ostkurdistan und im Iran für ein freies, gleiches, gerechtes und sicheres Leben und gegen das System der patriarchalen Ausbeutung. Sie stehen im Iran und Ostkurdistan auf gegen die Herrschaft, die das Regime über den Körper der Frauen durch Vergewaltigung, Belästigung, Mord, Missachtung und dem Entzug von Rechten schaffen will. Die einzige Möglichkeit, die systematischen Morde an Frauen zu verhindern, besteht darin, den gemeinsamen Kampf von Frauen zu entwickeln. Als Frauen ist es unsere grundlegende Devise, den gemeinsamen Kampf überall zu verstärken und unsere Selbstverteidigung praktisch werden zu lassen.“[1]
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Crime Against Humanity
ociety for
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Crime Against Humanity
Dildar
Yûnis Reuf or Dildar As we know him the Kurdish poet and political activist
in 1945 He wrote the Poem Ey-Reqîb (adopted as Kurdish national anthem)
Birth and study
He was born on February 20, 1918 in the town Koy-Sanjaq one of Kurdistan\'s region towns around Erbil
Kurdish People called him Dildar which means the Lover,beau,someone in love
he finished his elementary & middle school in Koy-Sanjaq
then moved to Kirkuk, to study at the secondary school
after he finished his study in Kirkuk
Dildar
Misbaholdiwan Adab
EDEB (Pers. and Ar. Adab), pen name of the Kurdish poet ʿAbd-Allāh Beg b. Aḥmad Beg Bābāmīrī Miṣbāḥ-al-Dīwān (b. Armanī Bolāḡī, a village northeast of Būkān in western Azerbaijan, 1277/1860, d. ca. 1297 Š./1918). He was born into a family of landed nobility that traced its descent from the local Mukrī rulers and educated first at the local mosque and then in Tehran, though he returned home after only a year. Edeb led a life of leisure, traveling and engaging in music, painting, and poetry. He wa
Misbaholdiwan Adab
Ebdo Mihemed
Ebdo Mihemed (Arabic: Abdo Mohamad) is a Kurdish wedding singer from Efrin, Syria. He became popular in Finland in autumn 2009 because of a YouTube video which attracted over two million viewers, and is at over four million views as of November 2018.
On the video, a Kurdish language song Pinsedî Zêde sung by Mihemed is buffalaxed into Finnish. The title of the Finnish buffalax is Niilin hanhet (The geese of the Nile) after a phrase repeated in the refrain. Another phrase repeated in the soramim
Ebdo Mihemed
Anna Mae Aquash – From the US to Kurdistan: the indigenous struggle for freedom
“I won’t stop fighting for my country until I die”(Anna Mae)

Some time ago we painted the portrait of Anna Mae Aquash on the wall of the Internationalist Commune of Rojava. Beside her are the faces of Commandante Ramona from Chiapas, the black American revolutionary Harriet Tubman, the PKK’s co-founder Sakine Cansiz and the Communard Louise Michel. The faces of these women remind us of the international struggles for liberation that have gone before and especially of the struggles of women.
Anna Mae Aquash – From the US to Kurdistan: the indigenous struggle for freedom
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Jabar Garyawayi
Name: Jabar
Nickname: Gariawayi
Date of death: 30-09-2022
Place of birth: Erbil
Place of death: Erbil
Biography
He was an active mountaineering teacher and athlete. He died of a stroke on 30-09-
Jabar Garyawayi
Kamal Raouf Mohammed - Babi Lalo
Biography
He was born on 17-01-1942 in Sulaymaniyah .
Journalist (editor of Hawkari newspaper: 1970), radio scholar, translator, announcer, director (editor of radio) and radio representative and an
Kamal Raouf Mohammed - Babi Lalo
Sara Sardar
Her full name is Sara Sardar Hamabeg. She was born on the date 04-04-1985 in the city of Shiraz in the country of Iran. She did her primary education there and graduated from high school there in the
Sara Sardar
Kamaran Akrayi
Name: Kamran
Nickname: Karwan Akreyi
Father\'s name: Saeed
Mother\'s name: Jamila
Date of Birth: 29-12-1982
Place of birth: Naghde - East Kurdistan

Biography
Kamran Saeed Shukri was born on 29
Kamaran Akrayi
Aziz Gardi
Aziz Gardi, whose full name is Aziz Ahmad Abdullah, was born in 1947, he loved learning since an early age, But when he finds himself in front of his primary school teachers; they make his love and de
Aziz Gardi
Ali Rokhzadi
Dr. Ali Rokhzadi (Kurdish: Elí Ruxzadí, علی روخزادی) was born in 1946 in the small village of Xalle Waze in vicinity of Xurr Xurre area of the city of Seqiz in Mand province in Kurdistan. He worked as
Ali Rokhzadi
The Politics of Text and Context: Kurdish Films in Turkey in a Period of Political Transformation
Title:The Politics of Text and Context: Kurdish Films in Turkey in a Period of Political Transformation
Author: Ayça Çiftçi
Place of publication: London
Publisher: Royal Holloway, University
Rel
The Politics of Text and Context: Kurdish Films in Turkey in a Period of Political Transformation
The Role of News Media In Supporting Democracy in Kurdistan Region
Title: The Role of News Media In Supporting Democracy in Kurdistan Region
Author: Hataw Hama Saleh Hussein
Place of publication:
Publisher: Published by ProQuest LLC
Release date:2020

In 2018
The Role of News Media In Supporting Democracy in Kurdistan Region
Rapar Osman Uzery
He was born on 21-01-1964 in a village near The Black Mount near Mawat, when Osman Ozeri was the political leader of the Khabat Force, However, in the summer of 1963, when the Voice of Iraqi Kurdistan
Rapar Osman Uzery
Zryan Ali
He was born in the year 1989 in the city of Erbil.
He is an archivist of Kurdipedia.
He is also a member of the board of directors of the PDF Library Group.[1]


https://www.facebook.com/zryanali
Zryan Ali
Statistics
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Books 17,783
Related files 83,746
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