The first anniversary of the departure of the fighter Adil Murad


16/5/2019 10:39:00
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The Central Council of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan holds special decrees on the occasion of the first anniversary of the departure of the fighter Adil Murad, secretary of the Central Council and founding member of the Patriotic Union.

 

The ceremony will be held at 4 AM on Thursday afternoon, 16/5/2019, at the Culture Hall in the city of Sulaymaniyah.

 

The fighter, Adil Murad died on Friday morning 18/5/2018, in a hospital in the city of Cologne, Germany.

 

The Central Council of the Patriotic Union expressed condolences for the Secretary of the Council, Adil Murad’s family, all his comrades, friends, the supporters of the Patriotic Union, and the masses of the people of Kurdistan.

 

Adil Murad joined the Kurdistan Students' Union in the 1960s and later became a secretary of the Union. He was one of the fighters with the nation' s president Mam Jalal, one of the founders of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan.

 

Adil Murad was born on December 11, 1949, in the city of Khanaqin. He holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Baghdad.

 

 

PUKmedia


 

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