The death of Kurdish poet and writer Farid Zamdar


22/7/2019 12:13:00
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Kurdish writer and poet Farid Zamdar, died at the age of 67 years in the city of Erbil after a long conflict with the disease.

 

Kurdish poet and writer, Farid Zamdar was born in the city of Erbil in 1952, and was one of the well-known journalists in Kurdistan and headed the branch of Sulaymaniyah to the Kurdistan Journalists Syndicate in the period from 2004 to 2006.

 

He was a member of the Union of Literary and Writers of the Kurds and issued several poetry and published articles in a number of newspapers and areas issued in Kurdistan Region.

 

 

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