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  • Dastan Banae Empowers Change Through Education

    Kurdistan is brimming with stories of people who have left their homeland and gone on to achieve great success in other countries. These valued members of the Kurdish diaspora succeed because of the

  • Kurdish Gelims: Woven History

    The oriental rug manifests the social structures and manufacturing traditions of various cultures, shaped by the historical context of the Middle East and Central Asia. Prior to the 1970s, Western s

  • The Poetry of Qubadi Jalizada

    This article is part of a critical study about the poet’s works. Born in 1953, Qubadi Jalizada is one of the most prominent and distinguished poets in the contemporary Kurdish literary scene in the

  • An Autistic Migrant

    Majid Nuri’s memoir, An Autistic Migrant: From Erbil to Luxila, stands as a testament to the enduring power of love and the resilience of the human spirit. In this profound narrative, Nuri invites r

  • Rewan Radio: A Voice for the Kurds

    The sound of my mother’s voice urging me to “press that button and turn the radio on” is a key memory from my childhood. Back then, in the absence of the internet and social media, Radio Rewan was o

  • Assyrian Language in 'Voice of Iraqi Kurdistan'

    In light of the changing times and advancements in technology in the 1960s, General Mustafa Barzani, leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) and the Kurdistan liberation movement, recognized

  • The Tears of Mount Sinjar

    The Tears of Mount Sinjar by Homeira Soufi is fiction inspired by real events. It is the story of Agrin, a young Kurdish Yezidi woman from the Sinjar District, whose family and thousands of others w

  • New Netflix Documentary Puts Shanidar Cave on the Map

    Secrets of the Neanderthals, a new Netflix documentary produced by the BBC, was released on May 2. The documentary follows the team led by archaeologists and conservators from Cambridge University a

  • Kurdistan: The Cradle of Mankind

    I just completed two months of lecture tours in southern Iraq with three groups of intrepid travelers from the United States as my guests. We had a wonderful time visiting some of the most important

  • Building Bridges: How Kurdish Community Shapes Germany’s Social Landscape

    Today’s world is shaped by continuous global migration and cultural integration and transformation. In this context, communities in Germany are grappling with a multitude of challenges. In particula

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