Dear readers, as you may have noticed I have been posting and writing about Kurdish issues in Kurdistan and yet I have failed to post anything about our Kurdistan Flag. As I woke up this morning to the first day of March, I realized that I have not written anything about this beautiful symbol represents me and my people. Globally, each country has a flag and often in every corner you see flags flown high where it is visually seen by everyone who comes across it.
Today's post is a through back to the my time spend in Rawanduz, Kurdistan. Although, it was a gloomy day in Rawanduz that did not stop me from going out to capture these beautiful images. Each image holds a significance to the Kurdish history, struggles and resilience.
Today’s introduction of one of Kurdistan’s beautiful cities is the ancient city of Mêrdîn (Mardin). This beautiful city holds one of the oldest architecture in the region and this is seen through the structure of homes, streets, museum, and holly places.The breath taking city lies on the mountain and surrounds the side of the mountain and its located in Northern Kurdistan (known to westerners as Eastern Turkey).
The city of Slemani is located in South Kurdistan. The city is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and mountains like Azmar, Goyzha and Gilla Zerda. Not only is the city surrounded by beautiful mountains, it is well known to Kurds as the “City of Culture” as it has a lot to offer.
Each year on February 14th, people all around the world exchange cards, candy, gifts or flowers with their significant other. Valentine's day has become a day in which people spend with their loved ones. As I think about this day approaching tomorrow I cannot help but think about all those Kurdish people who will …
If we look at the world today, we can see that a large percentage of countries around the world have a national anthem. So what is the significance of it and what is the purpose of having an anthem anyway?
Hi everyone! I would like to start my first post by introducing myself to you guys. My name is Rezin S. and I want to tell you a little about me so here it goes! KURD.KURDISH. KURDISTAN. A Kurd is who I am, that is my identity. Kurdish is my mother tongue and Kurdistan is the land of my anncestors.