Kurdish

Kurdish (Kurdish: Kurdî كوردى) may refer to:

  • The Kurdish people
  • The Kurdish language
  • The Kurdish alphabet
  • The Kurdish Religion - Ezidi
  • Kurdistan, the land of the Kurdish people which includes:
  • Kurdistan-Iraq
  • Kurdistan-Iran
  • Kurdistan-Turkey
  • Kurdistan-Syria
  • History of the Kurdish people
  • Kurdish literature
  • Kurdish music
  • Kurdish rugs
  • Kurdish cuisine
  • Kurdish culture

Other articles related to "kurdish":

Sheylanli (Kurdish Tribe)
... Sheylanli tribe (Azerbaijani Şeylanlı tayfası Kurdish Eşîra Şeylanlî Russian Шейланлы, Шейлани, or Шейланы) is a Kurdish tribe who lived in the Sheylanli village, Lachin ... They speak Kurmanji dialect of the Kurdish Language ... This tribe is considered to be one of the 24 Kurdish tribes those were moved from Iran to Karabakh and Zangezur by Shah Abbas I of Iran in 16th century to ...
Maruf Khaznadar - Articles
... Kurdish Prose (1945-1961), The Journal of Kurdish Studies, Vol.2, 1996–1997, pp. 65–70 The image of the struggle for national rights in Kurdish literature, In Between Imagination and DenialKurds as Subjects and Objects of ...
Simko Shikak - Political Life
... There are different and conflicting views about Simko among Kurdish historians ... Simko was in contact with other Kurdish nationalists such as Abdurrazaq Badrkhan (Bedirxan) and Seyyed Taha Gilani (grandson of Sheikh Ubaidullah Nahri who had revolted against Iran in 1880s) ... Seyyed Taha was a Kurdish nationalist who was conducting propaganda among the Iranian Kurds for the union of Iranian Kurdistan and Turkish Kurdistan in an independent state ...
Sheylanli (Kurdish Tribe) - Tribal Kurdish Population in Lachin Region
... In the 1920s, the Kurdish community in Azerbaijan was considerably diminished, when many of them moved to Armenia where Kurdish villages were created ... records claim only 12,000 Kurds, while Kurdish leaders estimate as much as 200,000 ... figures, settlement of non-Kurds in areas predominantly Kurdish, suppression of publications and abolition of Kurdish as a medium of instruction in schools ...