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Kurds - Wikipedia

May 13, 2019

Religiously, although the majority of Kurds belong to the Shafi‘i school of Sunni Islam, there are also prominent numbers of Kurds who practice Shia Islam and Alevism. Minority of the Kurdish people are adherents to Yarsanism , Yazidism , Zoroastrianism and Christianity .Canada : 16,315Russia : 63,818Germany : 800,000United Kingdom : 49,841Kurdish languages - WikipediaTraduire cette pagehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KurdeKurdish (Kurdî, کوردی; pronounced ) is a continuum of Northwestern Iranian languages spoken by the Kurds in Western Asia. Kurdish forms three dialect groups known as Northern Kurdish (Kurmanji), Central Kurdish (Sorani), and Southern Kurdish (Palewani or Kirmashani).Ethnicity : KurdsRegion : Kurdistan, Anatolia, KhorasanNative to : Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, GeorgiaNative speakers : c. 20–30 million (2000–2010 est.)Kurdes — Wikipédia | Kurd | Moyen Orient, Asie du …Traduire cette pagehttps://www.pinterest.fr/pin/844776842576353559This Pin was discovered by Iqbal Aliakbar. Discover (and save) your own Pins on Pinterest.

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Kurdes — Wikipédia | World Maps | Syrie, Liban, …

May 13, 2019

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Kurdistan - Wikipedia

May 13, 2019

Kurdistan کوردستان Kurdish-inhabited areas (1992) Language Kurdish: Location Upper Mesopotamia, and the Zagros Mountains, including parts of Eastern Anatolia Region (Armenian Highlands) and southeastern Anatolia, northern Syria, northern Iraq, and the northwestern Iranian Plateau.Countries : Turkey, Iraq, Iran, SyriaLanguage : KurdishInternet TLD : .krdPopulation : 36.4 million (2016 estimate)History of the Kurds - WikipediaTraduire cette pagehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_Kurds"A Brief Survey of the History of the Kurds", by Kendal Nezan, President of the Kurdish Institute of Paris. Yezidism: historical roots , International Journal of Kurdish Studies , January 2005. The forced conversion of the Jewish community of Persia and the beginnings of the Kurds

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Religion in Kurdistan - Wikipedia

May 13, 2019

11/11/2012 · Most of the 700,000 members of the ethno-religious group known as the Yazidi people live in Iraq and Syria or the diaspora. For centuries they have been subjected to persecution and many of them have converted to Islam and Christianity.

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Kurmanji - Wikipedia

May 13, 2019

Kurmanji (Kurdish: Kurmancî ‎, meaning Kurdish), also classified as Northern Kurdish, is the northern dialect of the Kurdish language, spoken in southeast Turkey, northwest and northeast Iran, northern Iraq, northern Syria and the Caucasus region.Language family : Indo-European, Indo-IranianIranianKurdishNorthern KurdishRegion : autochthonous to Kurdistan, Kurdish diasporaOfficial language in : Kurdistan Region, RojavaNative speakers : 15 million (2009)Kurdish women - WikipediaTraduire cette pagehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurdish_womenKurdish women (Kurdish: Jinên/Afiretên Kurd ‎) have traditionally played important roles in Kurdish society and politics. [not in citation given] In general Kurdish women's rights and equality have improved dramatically in the 21st century due to progressive movements within Kurdish society. ...

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