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EY REQIB (sorani)

Ey reqib, her mawe qewmi kurdziman, Naysikini danayi topi zeman

Kes neli Kurd mirduwe, Kurd zinduwe Zinduwe qet nanewi alakeman

ime roley rengi sor u soris hn, Seyrke xwinawiiye rabirdoman

ime roley Midya u Keyxusrew in, Diniman e, ayiman her nistiman

November 01, 2007, 01:01:21 PM

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EY DIJMIN (wergera kurmanci)

Ey dijmin, her maye neteweyê kurdziman
Nikare biþkêne liba topa vî zemanî

Bila kes nebêje kurd mirî ye,
Kurd zindî ye Zîndî ye, qet nizim nabe alaya me.

Em kurd in rengê sor û þoreþê ne
Li serboriya me ya xwîndar binihêre.

Em kurên Mîdya û Keyxusrew in
Dînê me, ayîna me her nîþtiman e

Çend hezar lawên kurd ên þêrdil
Bûn bi gorî (qurbanî), hemû hatin veþartin

Lawên wî niha jî hazir û amade ne
Canfîda ne, canfîda ne, canfîda

Lawê kurd rabûye ser pê wek mêrxasan
Çawa bi xwîn neqþ dike taca jînê

November 01, 2007, 01:00:25 PM

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Ehmede Xane

Ehmedê Xanî, (or Ahmad Khani), (1650-1707) was a Kurdish writer, poet and philosopher. He was born amongst the Khani's tribe in Hakkari province in present-day Turkey. He moved to Bayezid in Ritkan province and settled there. Later he started with teaching Kurdish (Kurmanji) at basic level. Khani was fluent in Kurdish , Arabic and Persian. He wrote his Arabic-Kurdish vocabulary "Nûbihara Biçûkan" (The Spring of Children) in 1683 to help children with their learning process.

His most important work is the Kurdish classic love story "Mem and Zin"(Mem û Zîn) (1692), is considered to be the épopée of the Kurdish literature. He is believed to be the first Kurd who has discussed about Kurdish independence [1]. In his Mem û Zîn , there is a long poem of more than 2,650 distiches, about this. He also created a good picture of Kurdish life in 17th century in his works.

In his work Kurdish patriotism and Kurdish reality are incredibly powerful. His nationalist interest and ...

April 19, 2007, 03:07:21 PM

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MUSTAFA BARZANI 14 . 03 . 1903 - 01 . 03 .1979 The most prominent Kurdish national leader, Mustafa Barzani, was President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) when died on 1 st March1979. His death Occurred at George Town Hospital, Washington DC, And the body was flown to Iran and buried at Shno ( Ashnovia ) in Kurdistan, Western Iran. Hundreds Of thousands of Kurds and others mourned him . His memory will remain alive in the hearts of millions Of Kurds who support the aims he struggled for... All his Life. Barzani will remain a towering figure in the history of Kurdish people.

- Born in the village of Barzan on 14 th March 1903.

- Detained with his mother in Mosul Prison in 1906, After uprising against the Ottoman rule.

- Took part in Sheikh Mahmoud's uprising in 1919 commanding a 300 man force.

- Visited Sheikh Said Piran ( in north Kurdistan ) as a representative of his elder brother, Sheikh Ahmad ( Sheikh Said led th...

April 10, 2007, 09:30:02 AM

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March 15, 2007, 06:26:35 PM

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Kurdish Culture

Red-legged partridge

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Red-legged partridge with scientific name "Alectoris rufa" calls "Kew, kev, Kewk, kev, and kevk" in Kurdish. Red-legged partridge is normally thirteen inches in length, but does not mention either its breadth or weight. The bill, legs, and orbits are red; the irides hazel; chin and throat dull white, surrounded by a black line or streak, which passes from the brow and nostrils to the eyes, behind which it continues, falls down before the auriculars, and meets on the lower part of the neck: a white streak extends from the brow over the eyes towards the hinder part of the neck; the forehead is bluish ash, fading into a rusty chesnut behind, where the feathers are somewhat elongated, and can be erected or depressed at pleasure; the hinder part of the neck is rusty chesnut, forme...

February 25, 2007, 08:51:43 PM

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