'Anfal in Sheikhan' in a symposium


15/9/2019 13:12:00
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Within the framework of the continued activities of the salon of (Kurdistani Nwe) newspaper, a seminar was organized on Sunday 15/9/2019, in the presence of a number of authors, journalists and political figures on the final phase of the Anfal operations of the author and journalist Hassan Mala through his new book (Anfal operation in Sheikhan area).

 

The author relied on information, statistics, investigation and follow-up during his seminar on the last phase of the infamous Anfal operations.

 

The book is a historical, demographic, cultural and cultural documentary on the final phase of the Anfal operations.

 

At the end of the symposium, copies of the book (Anfal operation in Sheikhan area) were signed by the author.

 

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