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Genocide in Kurdistan

The Kurdish people and their homeland Kurdistan were always a subject for aggression of their occupiers. Crimes to the extent of extermination and genocide were committed against this nation. Their culture and traditions were disfigured, the country’s infrastructure was destroyed and even the environment was targeted. Generally speaking, the enemies had attempted to change the Kurdish identity and the demography of Kurdistan.

This book was written by Taha Sleman in Kurdish and translated to English by Abdulkarim Uzeri.

The author dedicated this book to “My father who taught me to be a correct person, my mother who wanted me to stand on my feet, my wife Frishta, my children Dana, Zanwer, Bazhin and Bezhan who gave me their precious time to write this book.”

Lahur Shekh Jangi had patrionized the costs of printing of this book.

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