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Overview Saddam Hussein's execution for his crimes against Iraq's Shia not only brought an end to his reign of oppression, but also to the justice that was to be served to the Iraqi Kurds. About the Author Michael J. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. Culture And Customs Of Ecuador. Culture and Customs of Ecuador celebrates the extraordinary cultural, geographic, and ethnic diversity that has Culture and Customs of Ecuador celebrates the extraordinary cultural, geographic, and ethnic diversity that has made this small country one of Latin America's most unique.
Through this overview of its history, religious institutions, literature, social customs, cinema, media, and visual View Product. Documents of the Dust Bowl. This book provides a unique, thorough, and indispensable resource for anyone investigating the causes and This book provides a unique, thorough, and indispensable resource for anyone investigating the causes and consequences of the Dust Bowl. The Iran-Iraq war broke out in September Young man Bahoz goes hunting in rural Kurdistan.
He witnesses the rape of a young woman by an older man. He chases the man away and helps the woman to mend her clothes so she can conceal the rape from her family.
europeschool.com.ua/profiles/xaxukav/hugu-chico-busca.php That evening, Bahoz receives an unexpected visit Director: Reha Erdem. Writer: Reha Erdem screenplay.
Jin, a guerrilla, lives in a cave and decides to escape from the organization. She finds some civilian clothes and goes down from the mountain to the city. However, the city is no safer than the mountain. Director: Hiner Saleem. Baran, a Kurdish independence war hero, is now sheriff in Erbil, the capital city. No longer feeling useful in this society now at peace, he thinks about quitting the police force, but instead agrees to be stationed in a small valley, at the very borders of Iran, Turkey, and Iraq.
It is a lawless territory, right at the heart of illegal drug, medication and alcohol trafficking. Having arrived in the small village, he refuses to bow down to Aga Azzi, the seriously corrupt tribal chief and absolute ruler of the area. Baran meets Govend, the village school teacher, who is also rejected by the villagers.
Like Baran, she represents another law, that of the young and autonomous Kurdish state. Govend is all the more vulnerable as she is not a married woman. She has shamed the family and therefore must die at the hands of her own brothers. And as tradition will have it, the killing must be compensated. Beko is a young Kurd who lives in the Turkish part of Kurdistan. Directors: Orhan Eskiloy, Zeynel Dogan. Base lives on her own in Elbistan, southern Turkey. Her one hope in life is for her oldest son Hasan to come home and make a life for himself like everyone else.
She attributes the silent phone calls she receives at home to Hasan. At around the same time, her younger son Mehmet, who lives in Diyarbakir, finds out that he's to be a father. While moving into a new flat, he comes across an audiotape of his mother and himself as a boy which was recorded to send to his father.
Mehmet sets off for Elbistan to look for the tapes his father made and persuade his mother to come and live in Diyarbakir. When Mehmet finds his mother unable to think of anything but Hasan, he slowly manoeuvres himself into her world, dealing with the repairs and garden jobs Base is keen to get done.
At the same time, he hunts around the house for his father's tapes. Although Base tries to put Mehmet off, saying there are no tapes left, she fails to deter him. As Mehmet continues looking for the tapes, he begins learning things about his family he didn't know before. Director: Karzan Kader. Writer: Karzan Kader. Cast: Zamand Taha, Sarwar Fazil. Iraq in the early was a devastating land to survive in. When we think of Iraq, the first thing that tends to pop into our minds is the war and Saddam Hussein. But there is another side too - it is perhaps the most notorious country in the world and it goes by the name Kurdistan.
This is a story about two homeless brothers Zana, 7 and Dana, 10 who live on the edge of survival. In the beginning of the story they catch a glimpse of Superman through a hole in the wall at the local cinema.
Zana and Dana decide that they want to go to America and live with Superman. Once they get there he can solve all their problems, make their lives easy and punish everyone that has been mean to them. Zana, the younger brother, starts to make a list of all people he is going to tell Superman to punish.
On top of the list is Saddam Hussein. Dana on the other hand makes a concrete plan for what they need to get there; money, passports, transportation and a way to get across the border.
Retrieved 22 August For example they celebrate Newroz as the new year day, which is celebrated on March Eurasian Geography and Economics 43 4 : — [p. Main article: Second Iraqi—Kurdish War. Saddam's death freed him of the charges against him by the Kurds. Kurdish Studies Network Connecting knowledge.
Unfortunately they have neither of those. But in spite of everything they decide to follow the dream.
Writer: Hiner Saleem screenplay. In Paris' cosmopolitan and colorful 10th arrondissement, Philippe, who's fresh out of prison, crosses paths with Avdal, a Kurd who is trying to track down an Iraqi war criminal. Avdal, who dreams of staying in France, plans to bring his fiancee Siba to Paris. She's due to arrive in the next few days.
The two men strike up a friendship and when Avdal dies suddenly and unexpectedly, Philippe finds himself left to organize the funeral arrangements. What should he do with the body? Siba arrives in Paris, and soon learns that Avdal has died. She is taken in by a group of Kurdish men and before long she also meets Philippe - all of whom are quite smitten by her beauty.
Meanwhile, Avdal's father Cheto, a devout Muslim, comes to Paris to grieve for his son. He intends to force Siba to return to her homeland, but the young woman has now had a taste of freedom. Ali visits the cemetery of Halabja, Kurdistan, Iraq and remains silent in front of a tombstone with his name scratched name upon it.
Twenty-one years after Saddam Hussein's poison gas attack in , Ali returns to Halabja looking for his lost family. Meanwhile, five families have their hopes pinned on him to be their missing child. Sumru is doing music research at a university in Istanbul.
Working on her thesis to gather and record an exhaustive collection of Anatolian elegies she goes to the southeast for a few months. The brief trip turns out to be the longest journey of her life. Sumru crosses paths with Ahmet, a young guy who sells bootleg DVDs on the streets of Diyarbakir, with Antranik, the ageing and solitary warden of a crumbling church in the city and with various characters who witness the ongoing 'unnamed war'. During her three-month stay in Diyarbakir, while she was looking for the stories of the elegies, she finds herself confronting an agony from her own past.
Director: Mehmet Tanrisever. The story is a real story that tells about a man's life who has a very influential philosopher that had lived in between His name is 'Said Nursi' and he is originally Kurdish. But, he speaks perfectly Turkish, Kurdish, Arabic, and Persian. He wrote and compiled too many books that had aimed to develop personal beliefs, the belief of faith, brotherhood, philanthropy, the loyalty of state, moreover, discovering the problems in Turkey; the reasons of weakness, poorness, ignorance, untutored, divisions in society, divergence, estrangement of ethics, religion.
And to find the solutions of those problems..