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The Cairo Center for Kurdish Studies issues a comprehensive book on the “Faily Kurds”

Mr. Abdul Fatah, President of the Cairo Center for Kurdish Studies, revealed the intention of the Center to issue a book about the Faily Kurds.

 

On Saturday 11/5/2019, Mr. Abdul Fattah said in a statement to PUKmedia that the book will be huge, comprehensive and integrated aspects on the Flemish Kurds and their history, their civilization role, the struggle, the crimes and atrocities they have suffered.

 

Abdul Fatah added that the book will be a great reference and adequate for all researchers, specialists, academics and interested.

 

Abdul Fatah explained that the center continues with the Kurdish figure Philistine Dr. Talib Murad to supervise the preparation of the book, pointing out that the project was accepted and supported by a large segment of the Filay Kurds who participated in the consultative meeting of the Kurdish elephant "National Conference of Kurdistan", held in the Belgian capital Stockholm on 5 May.

 

He pointed out that the book will include several axes: forced displacement and its causes, mass graves and the absence of the remains of the martyrs, who are transported in the camps of Iran until today, no one reminds them of the social and political situation of the Faily Kurds after the fall of the former regime, the political arena in the new Iraq and its causes, the role of young people should be present in highlighting their scientific, social and political abilities, but how can we achieve them, the law of nationality and its suffering, mentioning well-known social and political figures.

 

Mr. Abdul Fatah called on interested parties to send their proposals on the book and its topics, pointing out that the book will be issued before the end of this year.

 

 

PUKmedia



 

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