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The publication of the book "Kosrat Rasul .. an old Peshmerga and the great leader"

The book of "Kosrat Rasul .. an old Peshmerga and the great leader" by the writer, Dr. and Professor Magdid Sapan was published recently.

 

The book is 254 pages and it is highlighting the struggle and life of the Peshmerga and the great Kurdish leader Kosrat Rasul Ali.

 

Dr. Sapan said about the book: "The book is about the life and struggle of Kosrat Rasul Ali, Deputy Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan. The book talks about the biography of Kosrat Rasul from childhood and even his involvement in the political struggle and how he spent his life."

 

He added that, “all the sources that talked about Mr. Kosrat Rasul Ali from 1992 to 2011 were collected, as well as many meetings with close associates, adding that the book also contains important information derived from many of the meetings that I conducted myself with Kosrat Rasul.”

 

 

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