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Qadir Abdullahzada (23 October 1925 – 21 May 2009) also known as Qale Mere (Sorani Kurdish: قالەمەڕە) or Mame Qale (Sorani Kurdish: مامه قاله) born in village of Kulice (pron: Kulija; in Sorani Kurdish: كولیجه) in eastern Kurdistan , is one of the best known Kurdish traditional musicians. He played shimshal/ney (long flute), a Kurdish traditional music instrument. He started to play shimshal (Ney) as a young and homeless man aiming to earn his daily bread. He played on the streets for an unknown number of years until he was an old man and was filmed by a journalist which was published as a documentary. He was known for the long tones he could create and to play for hours without holding breaks.As a child, he was a shepherd and it was about this time that he accidentally started by playing shimshal. 'Qale Mere' means `wise` as a sheep, it was a name as the adults in his childhood had given him because of his calm nature. It says little about how hard his childhood was. He was born as a son of a poor shepherd, and died poor. Upon his death, he was not only loved and respected as a musician but his work reached legendary status. Death After a long struggle with disease, he died at the age of 84 in the Kurdish city of Bokan. On late Saturday May 22, 2009 his body was buried in Nalashkena grave yard beside the tomb of the great Kurdish singer Hesen Zirek.
Hanna Jazmin Jaff Bosdet (born November 4, 1986) is an American born Mexican-Kurd politician, philanthropist, conference speaker, human rights activist, and author. Early life and education: Hanna was born and brought up in San Diego, but spent much of her childhood in Tijuana, the home of her maternal family. Her father's family name is Jaff. Which is Kurdish and belongs to the Jaff tribe, well-known for its political involvement in political Kurdish affairs since the year 1114. Hanna's father is a real estate developer and Board Member of North Bank Iraq, the son of Dawood Fattah Al Jaff (also remembered as Dawood Beg Jaff), the largest property owner in Kurdistan and leader of the Jaff tribe.Her mother's family name is Bosdet, and the family migrated to Mexico from France. Hanna is the great granddaughter of Carlos Henry Bosdet, who was the first person to bring and install the telephone in Mexico. Hanna holds a Master's Degree in International Relations from Harvard University,and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from National University (California). She also studied at Columbia University in New York, Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Monterrey, and La Sorbonne University of Paris. In March 2014, she was awarded an honorary doctorate degree for her humanitarian work by the Claustro Doctoral in Mexico. Politics and activism Since 2013, Hanna has been the Undersecretary of Relations with the Civil Society, the Undersecretary of Immigrants, the National Secretary of Social Management of Youth Network for Mexico, and the National General Secretary of the Revolutionary Youth Expression in the Institutional Revolutionary Party. She was a Federal Congresswoman candidate of the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico, and the Tourism Ambassador of the state of Morelos, Mexico. Hanna is an activist for immigrants and refugees, and she frequently volunteers in Iraqi refugee camps, where she teaches English and has donated thousands of her English learning books. In 2013, she organized the first Kurdish Festival in Mexico, the biggest one ever held outside Kurdistan, attended by 80,000 people in four days.Hanna speaks at international conferences on topics such as human
Today July 31st marks the 35th anniversary of killing 8000 barzani menand boys in Anfal Campaigns by Saddam Hussein the former Arabic dictator of Iraq . . . . ———— Îro 9 ê Gelawêjê 35 salvegera Enfal kirina 8000 barzani bi destê Seddam Hisên e . . . ——————- ئەمرو ۹ی گەلاۆێژ ۳٥ مین سالوەگەری ئەنفال کردنی ۸٠٠٠ بارزانی بە دەستی سەدام حوسێنە. . . ______ #kurdistan#kurds#kurdishpeople#kurdishculture #kurdishwomen#afrin#efrin#natgeo#ypj#ypg#sdf#hsd#hdp#turkeyhandsoffafrin #stopafringenocide #refugee#stoperdogan#saveafrin#alavi#alevikültürmerkezi #alevis#babykillerturkey_russia #breaksilenceonafrin#Anfal
Ayşe Şan (Aysha Shan) (1938,Amed , Northern Kurdistan - 18 December 1996, İzmir) was a Kurdish singer. She is considered as one of the most legendary voices in contemporary Kurdish music.Her father was a traditional Kurdish singer or dengbêj. Ayşe began singing at local events in 1958. After an unsuccessful marriage, she moved to Gaziantep, where she began recording Turkish songs for the local radio station. She moved to Istanbul in 1960 and recorded her first album in Kurdish. In 1979, she paid a visit to Southern Kurdistan where she met with many Kurdish musicians and singers such as Mihemed Arif Cizîrî and Tahsin Taha. From the 1980s onwards, she settled in Izmir and worked in a local post office until her death in 1996 due to cancer. Among her most famous songs is Xerîbim Dayê. The song is about her mother's death, a sad episode in her life. Ayşê Şan lyrics can be found at the Kurdish Lyrics Archive at Bejebeje.com
Sherko Bekas (Kurdish: Şêrko Bêkes) (2 May 1940 – 4 August 2013), was a Kurdish poet.He was born on 2 May 1940 in Sulaymaniyah in Southern as a son of the Kurdish poet Fayak Bekas. Biography: Bekas joined the Kurdish liberation movement in 1965 and worked in the movement's radio station (the Voice of Kurdistan). He left his homeland because of political pressure from the Iraqi regime in 1986. From 1987 to 1992, he lived in exile in Sweden. In 1992, he returned to southern Kurdistan. He died of cancer in Stockholm, Sweden on 4 August 2013. Early years: Bekas was born in Southern Kurdistan. His father, Fayaq, was also a poet. Bekas published his first book when he was 17. Literary works In 1971, Bekas introduced the "Rûwange" (vision) element into Kurdish poetry; this was a break from the strict traditional rules of poetry, such as rhyme. The poems translated in "The Secret Diary of a Rose" by Reingard and Shirwan Mirza, with Renate Saljoghi, are examples of this style. For the first time, he introduced the "poster poem" (a term originating from sculpture and painting) in 1975 into the Kurdish poetry. Bekas' works have been translated into Arabic, Swedish, Danish, Dutch, Italian, French and English. In 1987, he was awarded the "Tucholsky scholarship" of the Pen club in Stockholm and in the same year he was awarded the freedom prize of the city of Florence. A two-volume collection of his poetry works has been published in Kurdish under the title "Sherko Bekas' Diwan" in Sweden. These two 1000-page volumes contain his poetic works in their entirety. He has read his poems in Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, United Kingdom, Russia, and Italy, where he was named honorary citizen of Milan. He visited United States in 1990. Books: Poetry Here is one of his poems: In the treasure of this world From the King’s pearl ornamented trousers To the Sultan’s gold woven garment Or the emerald adorned court shoes of the queens None of them did not become the symbol of love And did not enter the museum of the people’s heart Like Che Guevara’s casket hat And Mandela’s simple garment And Gandhi’s shoes
Aram Tigran (Armenian: Արամ Տիգրան) or Aramê Dîkran (Kurdish rendering from Western Armenian), born Aram Melikyan (Armenian: Արամ Մէլիքեան), (1934 – 8 August 2009) was a contemporary Armenian singer who sang primarily in Kurdish. Among Assyrians in Qamishli he was known as Aram Dikran. Tigran was born in Qamishli in western Kurdistan to a family originally from Amed, Northern Kurdistan . After finishing ninth grade, he concentrated his efforts on learning music and playing Oud and by the age of twenty years, he was singing in four languages: Kurdish, Arabic, Syriac and Armenian.He is considered among the best of contemporary Kurdish singers and musicians.He recorded 230 songs in Kurdish, 150 in Arabic, 10 in Syriac, 8 in Greek. Tigran died in Athens on August 8, 2009.Tigran wanted to be buried in Amed,but the Turkish authorities refused this request. He had three brothers and two sisters
Aynur Dogan (born 1975 in Çemişgezek) is a contemporary Kurdish singer and musician of Kurdish ancestry from Northern Kurdistan . She was born in Çemişgezek, a small mountain town in Dersim Province in Northern kurdistan and fled to İstanbul in 1992.She recorded an track with Eastern kurdish musicians kayhan kalhor and Abdollah Alijani Ardeshir. She studied music and singing at ASM Music School in İstanbul and released her first album in 2002. In 2004 she released the album Keçe Kurdan on Kalan Müzik label. The record was banned by a provincial court in Diyarbakır in February 2005 on the grounds that the lyrics contained propaganda for an illegal organization. The court ruling said the album "incites women to take to the hills and promotes division." The ban was lifted later in 2005. Also in 2005, she was featured in Fatih Akın's documentary film Crossing the Bridge: The Sound of Istanbul with a performance of the song "Ehmedo".