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Numerology information Kurd:
Name Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Definition funny of Kurd:
A historic Indo-European people numbering 30-40 million inhabiting a region known as Kurdistan since approximately 3000 B.C. First written record of the Kurds was by Xenophon, a general under Alexander the Great, who noted the troubles the Greek army had when crossing the 'Land of Karda' and being confronted by fierce indigenous warriors. Kurdistan was partitioned and annexed into Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria by British colonialist in 1921, after the breakup of the Ottoman empire. This tactical decision was taken in order to allow future manipulation of the Kurdish populations with the aim of destabilise the respective countries. Having been subjected to various attempts of assimilation and genocidal campaigns, most notably by successive Turkish and Iraqi governments, the Kurds have largely persevered; still retaining the burning passion of self-determination they had when first subjected to Islamic colonialism centuries ago. The status quo of the Kurdish region is and has always been directly consequential to stability in the Middle East. Six successive Iraqi regimes were deposed due to Kurdish uprisings. Presently, the capture of a popular Kurdish leader and ostensible reforms in Turkey have largely kept Northern Kurdistan quiet. Southern Kurdistan (Iraq) has had self-determination and de-facto autonomy for the last 13 years, and looks set to because fully autonomous of the makeshift Iraq government taking power in 2005, provided Islamic fundamentalists do not get their way. Repressive measures in Easter (Syria) and western (Iran) Kurdistan have been adopted to keep Kurdish independence from happening, however these have been met by civil unrest and an escalation in riots as seen in Quashmili
"The Kurds have no friends but the mountains" - A Kurdish Saying
A group of people consisting 45 million in a region called Kurdistan, that is precisly between Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Armenia. The Kurds have historical root that stretches as far as 12,000 years old. The Kurds have been mentioned by the Greek general and historian Xenophone in his boom "Anabasis," they are mentioned in the Bible as the Medes, the Kurds ancestors, and they are mentioned in the many other ancient historical documents. They are the people who have been resisting assimilation, oppression, suppression, and annhilation by the cruel and in humane actions of the governments of Turkey, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Armenia. The Kurds in the "Anabasis" are mentioned as "strong peace loving people but strong fighters if provoked." Despite chemical and biological weapons of mas destruction being used on the Kurds twice, durig the 1930's by Winston Churchil and during 1988 by Saddam Hussein; despite genocide being conducted against them from the nations metioned above and the on-going cultural-genocide; and despite the horrendous and heinous actions being used against them such s rape, torture, killings, they Kurds have always rose to defend themselves, defend their rights and are standing tall.
Not a single US Soldier has died or hurt in Kurdistan, the land of the Kurds, while over 4000 have died in Iraq.
Kurds are a race of people from Southeastern Mesopotamia and the Middle East. It is a breed of Persians and Arabs, who lived together in Southeastern Mesopotamia. Some historians claim that they are a breed of Indian and Arabic people, this theory depends on the fact that India was in Arabia back then, means Persians, Arabs and Indians all lived together in that region. Kurds were generally nomadic hunters that lived in medium sized families, apart from the civil lives of the cities. Some of these families grew into Ashirats, which are big enough to have some political power. The goal of an Ashirat is keeping the family wealth inside the family by having family children marry their cousins. This way, no outsiders are taken in, therefore the family wealth is secured inside the family. Some of these Ashirats grow so big that they can control a whole region. Todays Kurds live in Northern Mesopotamia, which is an area that is shared by Iraq, Iran, Turkey and Syria. Nowadays they are trying to establish Kurdistan, which seems far away from now. There's a Kurdish Authority in Iraq that maintain the security of Northern Iraq, preventing the area from being messed up like the other parts of Iraq. There is a terrorist group named PKK that claims to be fighting for the freedom of Kurdish people, but Iraq Kurdish Authority strictly denies that they fight for freedom and points out that they control the drug and smuggling operations that take place in Iraq, Iran and Turkey limits.
Dude A: Man, here comes Nachirwan, get ready for the smell... Dude B: Why? Does he fart? Dude A: No, Kurds eat a lot of meat with a lot of spice... *after the conversation* Dude B: Man, he has eaten the whole Mexico or what?! Phew...
kurd stands for the primate familia in general in the ancient language of arabic dictionaries and still remains the same as of today.Arabic language being as old as nearly human civilizations history ( even the word urban comes from arabic meaning a city dwelling for the people living comunal life)..They never really adopted any religions after prophet moses ruled in their land in his reign and gave them 7 rights as was given to other nations live under hebrew ruling since Prophet Noah. These rights given to them still today outweights whatever the state law they live under even islamic rules from Koran is not held more important that these mosaic law that came from torah and this law called the töre as synynom of torah..their language is one of the most primitive and then again the most intricate but still very straight-forward and very much short and to the point.Theirs would be a very very critical and adventurous one for the region and for the world at large..keep an eye !!
Songs about Kurd:
Taqsim Hijaz Kar Kurd by Munir Bashir from the Album Authentic Instrumental Music By the Most Famous Arab Artists
Pump Up The Jam (Dons Vs Kurd Maverick Club Mix) by D.O.N.S Feat. Technotronic from the Album Pump Up The Jam
Kurd Aza by Mario Kirlis from the Album Música Arabe Instrumental Vol. 10
Taqsîm en maqâm : Hijâz kâr kurd by Munir Bashir from the Album Iraq - Irak : The Art of the 'ûd (Collection Ocora Radio-France)
Khachaturian: Gayaneh - Dance of the Young Kurds by Orchester der Wiener Staatsoper from the Album Prokofiev: Scythian Suite; Lieutenant Kijé / Khachaturian: Gayaneh
Kurt Naxshisi (Song of the Kurds) by Wu Man Abdulla Manjnun from the Album Music of Central Asia Vol. 10: Borderlands: Wu Man and Master Musicians from the Silk Route
Layali el-Andalus, in Valse Rhythm and Kurd Mode (feat. Michel Merhej Baklouk & Suzanne Meyers Sawa) by George Dimitri Sawa from the Album Egyptian Music Appreciation and Practice for Bellydancers
Books about Kurd:
The Miracle of the Kurds: A Remarkable Story of Hope Reborn in Northern Iraq by Stephen Mansfield (Oct 14, 2014)
The Kurds: A People in Search of Their Homeland by Kevin Mckiernan (Mar 7, 2006)
Kurd Mesa Dur U Deme Nehejmarti (Kurdish Edition) by Arta Racho (May 13, 2014)
The Kurds of Iraq by Michiel Hegener (Jun 1, 2010)
The Kurds of Iraq: Nationalism and Identity in Iraqi Kurdistan by Mahir A. Aziz (Oct 30, 2014)
A Modern History of the Kurds: Third Edition by David McDowall (May 14, 2004)
Jeffrey Archer: The Kurds "The Simple Truth" by Lorraine Holloway-White (May 11, 2013)
Movies about Kurd:
Kurds - Caught in the Crossfire 2010 NR CC - Runtime: 41 mins Directed by: Journeyman
Good Kurds, Bad Kurds 2000 - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Starring: Haskell Wexler and Bronwen Jones
Good Kurds, Bad Kurds 2006 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Directed by: Kevin McKiernan
Good Kurds, Bad Kurds 2001 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Directed by: Kevin McKieman
Jackie O, Nightcrawlers, Eddie Thoneick & Kurd Maverick, DJ Antoine, Michael Mind.. -
Wiki information Kurd:
The Kurds are an ethnic group in the Middle East, mostly inhabiting a region known as Kurdistan, which spans adjacent parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. They are an Iranian people and speak the Kurdish languages, which are members of the Iranian...
The Kurdish languages are several Iranian languages spoken by the Kurds in western Asia. The Kurdish languages, of which Kurmanji Kurdish has the largest number of speakers, are not mutually intelligible without acquired bilingualism. The languages...