Iran had its own independent writing system 4,400 years ago: study Late in November, Francois Desset publicized that he had deciphered a 4400-year-old cuneiform bas-relief during a project, which may be a cultural “revolution” in the history of writing in the world scene. “This decoding is considered...

Hevokek ji nameya şahê mîtaniyan Tûşrata, ji bo fîrawûn Amenhotepê III-mîn Ali Husein Kerim     Serdema XIV-mîn B.Z., xanedana XIII-mîn, fîrawûn Amenhotepê III-mîn deshilatdarê Misrê bû (B.Z. 1390-1353). Dîrokzanan, hukumdariya wî, wek serdemeke aşîtiya navbera dewletên herema Asya-Nêzik û pêşvebirina Misrê destnîşan dikin. Amenhotepê III-mîn şûna şer û...

Ali Husein Kerim PHA *deu-, *dou-. *du- ‘ibadet, tapmak, ulu’, Skt. dharma-, Av. dāenā-, Peh. dēn, heresey, Hindi gha, Gurc. sartsmunoeba, Arm. kron, Farsi mezheb, Kürtçe ol, dîn. ChSl. věra, SCr. vjera, Russ. religja, vira, Pol. religja, Boh. nabožzenstvi, vira, Lith. tikyba, tikéjimas, Lett. ticība. Gr. θρησκεία (thriskeia), Lat. religīo, İt....

About the kassites also known as the gauls and then gens Cassia Politecnico di Milano, Transport infrastructures and Geosciences, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Milano, Italy Email address: paola.villani@polimi.it To cite this article: Paola Villani. About The Kassites Also Known As the Gauls and Then Paola Villani Abstract: Thanks to the opportunity...

Ahmad Khani, also spelled Ahmad-i Khani (Kurdish: Ehmedê Xanî‎; 1650, Hakkari – 1707, Doğubayazıt), was a Kurdish writer, poet, astronomer and philosopher.[1] He was born amongst the Khani's tribe in Hakkari province in present-day Turkey. He moved to Bayezid in Ritkan province and settled there. Later he started with teaching Kurdish (Kurmanji) at basic level. Khani was fluent in Kurdish, Arabic and Persian. He wrote his...

Prof Kamal Mazhar Ahmad (Kurdish: Kemal Mezher Ehmad) was born in Silémaní, Baban province 1938, . He grew up in a turbulent time of the Iraqi history when General Abdul Karim Qassem came to power after a military coupe. Young Kamal after finishing his college education in...

Prof. Ismet Cherif Vanli (1924-2011), (Kurdish: Ismet Sheríf Wanlí, عیسمەت شەریف وانلی) was born on 21st Nov 1924 to Kurdish parents in the Kurdish quarter of the city of Damascus/Syria. His father Muhammad Cherif Vanli had migrated to Damascus from the Van region of northeastern Kurdistan long before...

  Mehrdad lzady (Kurdish: Mihrdad Ízedí, مهرداد ئیزه‌دی) was born in 1963 to a Kurdish father and a Belgian mother. He spent much of his youth in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and Korea as his diplomat parents moved from one assignment to another. He is one of the most...

Prince Sharaf al-Dîn Bitlîsî By Prof M.R. Izady Although primarily a collection of dynastic histories, there is little doubt that the Sharafnâma is the single most important surviving text on Kurdish history and people. The work is that of Prince Sharaf al-Dîn Bitlîsî (Kurdish: Mír Sheref el-Dín Bitlísí), who...

The Secret Origins of the U.S.-Kurdish Relationship Explain Today’s Disaster The seeds of Washington’s abandonment of the Kurds traces back to a classified document written in the 1970s by Henry Kissinger.   BY BRYAN R. GIBSON [caption id="attachment_16154" align="alignnone" width="800"] Mohammed Reza Shah Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran, meets US...