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  • Effects Of Bribery And Corruption In Kurdistan

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    Bribery and Corruption in Kurdistan Corruption and bribery are like cancer in most governments and businesses around the world. There is always someone that is not being faithful in his job. Kurdistan like every other country is facing this type of conflict. It is destroying the economy of the region. Kurdistan has been going through an economy crisis in the past few years, corruption and bribery are a big aspect of this crisis. It happens in every day's life everywhere around us. Bribery can

  • Ehmedi Xani 's Mem U Zin

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    not dilute his importance to nationalist Kurds within the last hundred years (41). The Kurdish pride that Xani portrays in the poem through his writing it in Kurdish and its calls for Kurdish supremacy certainly aroused the religious and nationalist sentiments of those studying in the lodges and madrasas. In addition, other sources that circulated among these Kurdish schools including the 19th century Kurdish nationalist poet, Haji Qadri Koyi, who wrote poetry similar to that of Xani’s in the Sorani

  • Kurdistan: Kurdish Statelessness

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    Kurdish Statelessness The Kurds are a large group of people who are from Kurdistan. Kurdistan is a large area of land in the Middle East that makes up land throughout Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. Although the Kurdish people have lived in Kurdistan for centuries, their land has never been declared a state. Therefore, the Kurdish people are a stateless population. The Kurds mostly live throughout Iran, Turkey and Iraq. Also, some of them can be found living in Syria, Russia, Lebanon and Germany. Kurdish

  • Kurdish Culture

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    Kurdish Culture Anita Palomo Anthropology 101 Mr. Steven Sager January 21, 2013 Kurdish Culture The Kurdish people are an indigenous ethnic minority found in the country of Iraq, also in parts of Turkey, North West Iran and smaller areas of North East Syria and Armenia. Ethnically parallel to the Iranians, the Kurds in the past traditionally nomadic herders but are currently mostly seminomadic. The majority of Kurds are Sunni Muslims. The Kurds are the most populated ethnic group in the world that

  • The Naqshbandi And Qadiri Brotherhoods

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    During this period, Kurdish nationalist movements were intertwined with Islamic establishments and figures because of their unique ability to disseminate Kurdish propaganda and ideology and mobilize Kurds. Without Islam, Kurdish nationalism never would have been utilized and become such a formidable, active, and persistent force against its Turkish, Persian, Arab, and British opponents. With the spread of religious orders throughout the Kurdistan region, Sufi Islam flourished, thereby creating

  • Culture Of The Kurds : Culture

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    mountains with the aims of gather and training an army to oust the demon king. Once ready, the army descended from the mountains and slayed the tyrannical king. Kaveh the Blacksmith claimed the demon’s thrown and founded the Kurdish people according to Özoglu, in his book, Kurdish Notables and the Ottoman State: Evolving Identities, Competing Loyalties, and Shifting Boundaries (2004). Today they are still a nomadic people that mostly live in huts, herd livestock, and occupy the mountainous regions

  • Overview of Kurdistan Essay

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    Kurdistan is a region located between Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. The Kurds are the biggest ethnicity on the planet without a state to this day. This paper will focus on the Iraqi part of Kurdistan, for it has come the closest to a state-like notion as per Weber’s definition. Iraqi Kurdistan is a region characterized by many diplomatic issues due to lack of acceptance as a state. The region was established through an autonomy agreement with Iraqi government in 1970 after decades of disputes between

  • Compare And Contrast The Killers And The Darling

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    Different Cutlers The Killers and The Darling are the two stories I decided to compare and contrast to the contemporary Kurdistan because they implicitly and explicitly reveal so much about the culture, existed in both US and Russia during late 19th century and early 20th century. The killers was written by Ernest Hemingway and takes place in US during the 1920s, during Prohibition. The story starts when two strike men, who do not behave properly, walk into a lunch-room after several

  • Essay on How Culture Impacted on Kurdish Community Mental Health

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    different ways. Today we will discuss how culture impacted on Kurdish community mental health. Kurds are an ethnic group who was originated in Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria. Many Turks immigrated to the other

  • Essay about Kurdistan's Choice of Independence

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    century, the demand or desire for a Kurdish state somehow divided the Kurdish people and their neighbors in terms of their opinion toward an independent Kurdish state. Kurds are possibly on of the largest ethnic groups in the world that do not own a country of their own. They are the largest minorities in Iraq, Iran, Turkey, and Syria (Murray p.31). It has been a challenge due to the radical ideologies of the neighboring countries toward an independent Kurdish state since they always translated that