Sunday, November 21, 2010

A few short story about Kurdish People








An Iraqi father holds a picture of his son at a cemetery for Kurdish poison gas victims in the town of Halabja 160 miles northeast of Baghdad March 16, 2010. Officials and residents in the Kurdistan region commemorate the anniversary of 1988 poison gas attack that killed thousands of people during Saddam Hussein era. (REUTERS/Jamal Penjweny). March 18, 2010




Honor guards carry a coffin bearing the remains of a Kurdish child victim of the 1988 Anfal campaign during a burial ceremony in the town of Jamjamal near Sulaimaniya, 160 miles northeast of Baghdad April 13, 2010. The remains of more than 100 children who died of hunger and disease during a harsh crackdown on Iraqi Kurds by the regime of dictator Saddam Hussein were buried on Tuesday in the Kurdish town of Jamjamal. (REUTERS/Sherko Raouf). April 18, 2010




The Azmar mountains north of the Iraqi Kurdistan city of Sulaimaniyah. Iran has arrested three Americans who "infiltrated" through the border with Iraq, state-owned Al-Alam television said on Saturday, as another official channel said they were military personnel. (AFP/File/Sabah Arar). August 1, 2009




Iraqi Kurdish people carry fire torches up a mountain where a giant flag of Iraq's autonomous Kurdistan region is laid, as they celebrate Newroz Day, a festival marking their spring and new year near, near Dahuk, 245 miles north of Baghdad, March 20, 2009. Newroz Day is also celebrated in other countries including Turkey, Azerbaijan, Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. (REUTERS/Azad Lashkari). March 22, 2009



Kurdish soldiers play with snow balls in Sulaimaniyah, Iraq, Thursday, Jan. 1, 2009. (AP Photo/Yahya Ahmed). January 1, 2009






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