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    Germany, Iraq, Syria, /2011/Kurdish dialogue with English subtitles /Colour/Digital File/72 mins   Genre: Social, War Screenings: Thursday 12/04/12 - 06:30 PM - Grand Cinema 9 Sunday 15/04/12 - 09:45 PM - Grand Cinema 9 Cast & Credits   Director: Akram Hidou Producer: Akram Hidou Scriptwriter: Akram Hidou

  The recent events in the Syrian National Council are concerning, where the majority of the Kurd members have withdrew from the Council as their demands were ignored. The Kurdish demands in Syria after the fall of Assad's regime are the following:

      A bookabout the Anfal massacre of Iraqi Kurdish people, penned by a Canadian journalist, will soon be released, said the author. Anfal in Iraqi Kurdistan, which is written by Suzan Murali who is part-Kurdish, includes tens of stories about the Saddam Hussien's Anfal campaign against Kurdish people between 1986-89 in the last stages of the Iran-Iraq war.

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  Interview conducted by: Dr. Sanaa Shalan   The Kurdish musician Delshad Mohamed Said is considered one of the most important Kurdish musicians of the twentieth century.

  International Theater Festival , kicked off on Friday , in the City of Sulaimani, Kurdistan Region with participation of western and European teams.

   By SHADI HAMID; MARC LYNCH       The Debate over Syria A rising death toll raises the question: To intervene or not? Why We Must Fight Alongside the Rebels By Shadi Hamid

  BERLIN – The movie “Trattoria” tells the story of a teenage girl whose father is involved with the mafia. The girl wants her father to distance himself from the criminals, but circumstances don’t allow him to. The director of this tragicomedy is Soleen Yusef, a Kurd from Dohuk in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Yusef has been living in Germany since she was 9 years old.

     

Issued by the House, "Hero" for the publication of the Bureau of the first Kurdish-language poet and journalist Taha Khalil, the name of their impact Cover of the Bureau of the sculptor Kurdish Bashar Issa.

Tends scholar Tawfiq Wahbi to believe, that the Yezidis are the heirs of a large partof the beliefs of Mithraism, and through his valuable

For Avesta publishing house in Istanbul, issued Akarmangeh translation of the

Collection and preparation of Kurdish writer Shirin Qado for Press and Han in Berlinwas the book that many people waiting for "Uncle Ismail what has been said andwritten about." The book contains a lot of material Alqubma and a lot of articles written about the late, the book also contains a lot of articles that deal over the life of the late seven andforty years.

  By ROZH AHMAD-Rudaw   LEEDS, United Kingdom -- The Newroz celebration, taking place on March 21, is New Year according to the Kurdish Calendar. It is the same for many nationalities and communities around the world whose indigenous calendar is derived from the ancient Zoroastrian calendar.

  LONDON, United Kingdom – More than 100 films about Kurds or by Kurdish filmmakers are being shown at the London Kurdish Film Festival this week. In a statement, the festival’s organizing committee said their objective was “to support the development of Kurdish cinema... films made by Kurdish directors on any subject, and films of a feature, short and documentary style nature, on Kurds, by non-Kurdish directors.” 

Sheila Mosley was born in Zimbabwe, but her parents are from Yorkshire in the UK. Together with the Syrian Kurd Khalaf Dahowd, she has chosen to promote the situation of Kurds from Syria as co-chair of the International Support Kurds in Syria Association. Where are you from? What's your professional background.

  The 2010 edition of the Beirut International Film Festival wound down with a gala award ceremony at Qasr Unesco Wednesday evening. A smattering of prizes were doled out, with top honors going to films from Iraqi Kurdistan and Tunis.

  The Damascus Bureau - 27/7/2010 As the largest ethnic minority in Syria, Kurds were hoping in 2000 that their political, social and cultural rights would be finally recognised under the new president. But the past ten years proved to be disappointing. Despite being a repressed minority in Syria, Syrian Kurds over the last ten years have become more vocal in asserting their political, social and cultural rights, local analysts and political dissidents say.

  Western experts believe Kurds are the real winners of last week’s Turkish election but are skeptical that the new parliament will significantly change the political system. Independent Kurdish candidates won 36 seats in the June 12 parliamentary election, up from 22 seats in the last parliament. Prime Minister Receb Tayyib Erdogan’s Justice and Development Party (AKP) won the most votes, 50 percent, which will give the party about 326 seats.

  In December last year Alex Kelly and his friend Ed Crosthwaite-Eyre rode their bicycles across Iraqi Kurdistan. Expecting to bear witness to the dispiriting aftermath of Saddam Hussein's regime, during which hundreds of thousands of Kurds were killed, they were startled by the friendly enthusiasm with which they were met. Welcomed by gift-bearing policemen and chaperoned by a series of television crews, both cyclists left the country with significantly different ideas about it than when they arrived