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'Xanday Xabat' by Rahbar Sayid Braym published

The book 'Xanday Xabat' (Struggle's Smile ) by Rahbar Syid Braym was published, which includes hundreds of jokes and interesting conversations from the times of mountain struggle of the Peshmerga to liberate the Kurdistan Region from the Dictatorial Baathist regime.

 

As part of the activities of Kurdistani Nwe Newspaper saloon, a symposium was held on Sunday, for the publication and introducing the book of 'Xanday Xabat' (Struggle's Smile ) by the old writer and Peshmerga, Rahbar Syid Braym.

 

During the symposium, the writer shed light on jokes interesting conversations during the time of the struggle on the mountains of the Kurdistan Region.

 

"Besides armed and revolutionary struggle there was literature, poetry, interesting conversations and jokes, and in many times an interesting conversation or a joke brought out fatigue from the Peshmerga's and revolutionaries' bodies," Rahbar Syid Braym said.

 

At the end of the symposium, the book was signed and copies were distributed to the participants.

 

 

 

PUKmedia 

 



 

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