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  • Shokhan Nooraldin Salihi: Kurdish Trailblazer in Saudi Women’s Soccer

    In the bustling landscape of Arab women’s soccer, a luminous star has emerged, hailing from Erbil in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and captivating the Saudi Women’s Premier League (SWPL). Born in Kir

  • Naaz’s Musical Triumph: A Self-Taught Star

    The Dutch-Kurdish singer-songwriter Naaz Mohammed, known by her stage name Naaz, has become famous in the Netherlands and abroad. Having started her songwriting journey in her bedroom at the age of

  • Solin Nirvana: An Artistic Rebirth

    Kurdish artist Solin Nirvana, whose first name means “sun” in Swedish, relocated with her family to Erbil in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq to escape conflict in the Kurdish part of Syria. I wanted to

  • Strolling Through the Wind

    In this article, Bayan Salman's article delves into the captivating world of Hama Hashim's art. Hashim challenges perceptions with abstract forms and a vibrant color palette, conveying emotions beyo

  • Hayman Homer: From Kurdistan to the World

    A visionary American actor of Kurdish descent, Homer Hayman has embarked on a journey that spans continents and cultures. Hayman's trajectory is characterized by versatility and an unwavering pursui

  • Sana Barzanji: Putting a Face to the Name

    Only a few years ago, the velvety voice of a woman suddenly filled every corner of Kurdistan. The artist soon became popularly known by her first name only – and yet no one had ever seen her face. I

  • Echoes of Love and Loss

    Behind the closed doors of most homes in Kurdistan lies a tragic, heart-wrenching story. As memories resurface, wounds become fresh and painful and eyes shed tears akin to winter rain. These bitter

  • Taste of Water: A Story of Survival

    The Taste of Water is a compelling new documentary feature film by Ebrahim Saeedi, an Iranian-Kurdish filmmaker. The film revolves around two grape farmers, one of Kurdish descent and the other Turk

  • Kelidar: A Tale of Kurdish Adaptation and Heroism

    Throughout history, Kurds have faced suppression and forced displacement from their homeland. The deportation of Kurds in Eastern Kurdistan, in what is now Iran, dates to the Safavid dynasty (1501-1

  • Kurdistan’s Dom Community

    In October 2023, the Dom people, also known as the Romani of Kurdistan, organized their first-ever conference in the Middle East. Sponsored by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), this event aim

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