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Turkey: Preserving Kurdish Culture Through the Power of Music PDF Print E-mail

In a sunny courtyard in the city of Diyarbakir in southeast Turkey, an audience listens intently as Mihemede Nenyasi

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A short history of Homs PDF Print E-mail

Beirut: Once known as Emesa, a name that could refer to the sun god Aal Gabal, Homs may

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The Poor State of Kurdish Cinema PDF Print E-mail

SULAIMANI, Iraqi Kurdistan -- More than any other form of art, cinema has the power to unite, share,

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Tell Leilan Project PDF Print E-mail

In May 2006, the Tell Leilan Project retrieved one-thousand square meters of the Akkadian palace on the Acropolis Northwest,

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Ahmad Khani, Kurdish writer, poet and philosophe PDF Print E-mail

 Ehmede XaniEhmedê Xanî, (or Ahmad Khani), (1650–1707) was a Kurdish writer, poet, sunni cleric, and philosopher.

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Omar Souleyman; New World Music Sensation from Syria PDF Print E-mail

In the early 1980s the hunger for the exotic focused on anything that came from the parallel universes untouched by the pressures of commercialization:

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Syria: Tell Bra, Archaeological City Hosted the 1st Human Civilization PDF Print E-mail

Syria (Hasaka) – Tell Brak (Nagar) is an ancient late Neolithic, Sumerian, Acadian and Middle-Late Bronze Age city on the Upper Khabur River.

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Kurdish cinema struggles for recognition PDF Print E-mail

With no cinemas to play beloved Kurdish films, the works of art remain a mystery to most citizens in the Region.

The cinema industry in Kurdistan Region needs more support to improve and build an audience among Kurdish youths,

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