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Ey Reqib
Ey Reqîb
Ey Reqîb
(Central Kurdish: ئەی ڕەقیب‎, Kurdish pronunciation: [ɛj raˈqiːb]) is the Kurdish national anthem.[1] It was written by the Kurdish poet and political activist, Dildar in 1938, while in jail. "Ey Reqîb" means "O Enemy!" or "Hey Enemy!", in reference to the jail guards in the prison where Dildar was held and tortured and who also symbolized the occupying countries of Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria. The song was originally written in Sorani
Sorani
Kurdish but nowadays it is sung in both the Sorani
Sorani
and the Kurmanji
Kurmanji
dialects
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Republic Of Mahabad
The Republic
Republic
of Mahabad
Mahabad
(Kurdish: کۆماری مەھاباد‎ Komara Mehabadê; Persian: جمهوری مهاباد‎) was a short-lived Kurdish self-governing state in present-day Iran,[4][5] from 22 January to 15 December 1946. The Republic
Republic
of Mahabad
Mahabad
arose alongside the Azerbaijan People's Government, a similarly short-lived state. The capital of the Republic
Republic
of Mahabad
Mahabad
was the city of Mahabad, in northwestern Iran
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Politics Of The Democratic Federation Of Northern Syria
The Democratic Federation
Federation
of Northern Syria
Syria
(DFNS), commonly known as Rojava, is a de facto autonomous region in northern Syria
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Disputed Territories Of Northern Iraq
The disputed territories of Northern Iraq
Iraq
are regions defined by article 140 of the Constitution of Iraq as being Arabised during the Baath Party rule in Iraq
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Nineveh Province
Nineveh
Nineveh
Governorate (Arabic: نینوى‎) ; Syriac: ܗܘܦܲܪܟܝܵܐ ܕܢܝܼܢܘܹܐ‎ is a governorate in northern Iraq
Iraq
that contains the ancient Assyrian city of Nineveh. It was an integral part of Assyria
Assyria
from the 25th century BC to the 7th century AD. It has an area of 37,323 km2 (14,410 sq mi) and an estimated population of 2,453,000 people in 2003. Its chief city and provincial capital is Mosul, which lies across the Tigris
Tigris
river from the ruins of ancient Nineveh
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Kirkuk Governorate
Kirkuk
Kirkuk
Governorate (Arabic: محافظة كركوك‎ Muḥāfaẓat Karkūk, Kurdish: پارێزگای کەرکووک‎ Parêzgay Kerkûk, Syriac: ܟܪܟ ܣܠܘܟ‎ Karḵ Sloḵ, Turkish: Kerkük ili) or Kirkuk
Kirkuk
Province is a governorate in northern Iraq. The governorate has an area of 9,679 square kilometres (3,737 sq mi). In 2017 the estimated population was 1,259,561 people.[1] The provincial capital is the city of Kirkuk. It is divided into four districts. From 1976 to 2006, it was named At-Ta'mim Governorate, which means "Nationalization" and refers to the national ownership of the regional oil and natural gas reserves. Prior to 1976 it had been named Kirkuk Governorate
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Diyala Governorate
Diyala Governorate
Diyala Governorate
(Arabic: محافظة ديالى‎ Muḥāfaẓah Diyālā) or Diyala Province is a governorate in eastern Iraq.Contents1 Provincial government1.1 Council2 Geography 3 Population 4 Administrative districts 5 Cities and towns and villages 6 Infrastructure 7 Civil unrest7.1 Declaration of autonomy8 See also 9 ReferencesProvincial government[edit]Governor: Muthana al-Timimi[2] Deputy Governor: Mohammed Jassim al-Jubouri[3]Council[edit] Main article: Diyala governorate election, 2013P
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Foreign Relations Of Iraqi Kurdistan
Relations of Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Iraq
with foreign states and organizations are conducted by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG). Political stability and a rapidly developing economy have given the KRG the opportunity to pursue an foreign policy independent from the central government's. The KRG's primary body for directing its foreign affairs is the Department of Foreign Relations (DFR). The DFR's foremost objectives are to raise the global profile of the Kurdistan Region, improve the Region's international ties with various governments and international organizations, and present emerging business opportunities in the Kurdistan Region to regional and international actors.[1] The KRG's foreign policy vision has paved the way for the establishment of various diplomatic representations in Kurdistan
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List Of Diplomatic Missions Of Iraqi Kurdistan
This page lists the representative offices of Iraqi Kurdistan, autonomous region of Iraq. The Iraqi Kurdistani presence abroad has grown significantly since 2007. The KRG currently has representative offices in 13 countries and a mission to the EU.[1] Iraqi constitution guarantees the right of the Kurdistan Region to continue its practice of maintaining representative offices abroad in order to promote its economic, cultural and educational interests. Some countries are of particular importance to the KRG because of its longstanding relationship with them, because of their political and economic status, or because a significant portion of the Kurdish diaspora resides within their borders. The primary responsibilities of these representative offices are promoting international awareness and interest in regional politics, culture, economics, education, and business and investment opportunities
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List Of Diplomatic Missions In Iraqi Kurdistan
The page lists diplomatic missions in Iraqi Kurdistan, autonomous region of Iraq. First fully accredited consulates general was opened by Iran
Iran
and Russia[1] in 2007. Currently, 38 UN member states have missions in the region.[note 1][2] Several other countries are preparing to open their diplomatic missions in Iraqi Kurdistan. All representations are in Erbil. Only Iran
Iran
has a consulate general also in Sulaymaniyah
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Kurdish-Iraqi Conflict
Formation of Kurdish autonomous region.Iraqi withdrawal from Kurdish territory in 1991; Kurds gain de facto autonomy Kurdish Civil War
Kurdish Civil War
from 1994 to 1998 with Iraqi involvement in 1995 Peshmerga
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Kurdish Nationalism
Kurdish nationalism
Kurdish nationalism
(Kurdish: Kurdayetî, کوردایەتی) is a form of nationalism. It holds that the Kurdish people are deserving of a sovereign nation that would be partitioned out of areas in Turkey, northern Iraq, and Syria
Syria
based on the promised nation of Kurdistan under the Treaty of Sevres. Early Kurdish nationalism
Early Kurdish nationalism
had its roots in the days of the Ottoman Empire, within which Kurds
Kurds
were a significant ethnic group
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Democratic Federation Of Northern Syria
The Democratic Federation
Federation
of Northern Syria
Syria
(DFNS), commonly known as Rojava, is a de facto autonomous region in northern Syria
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Flag Of Northern Syria
The Flag of Northern Syria
Flag of Northern Syria
(Kurdish: Ala Bakûrê Sûriyê‎; Arabic: علم شمال سوريا‎; Classical Syriac: ܐܬܐ ܕܓܪܒܝܐ ܕܣܘܪܝܐ‎) is the current de facto flag of the autonomous region of the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria
Democratic Federation of Northern Syria
(DFNS)
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Dohuk Governorate
Dohuk
Dohuk
Governorate (Kurdish: پارێزگای دھۆک‎, Syriac: ܗܘܦܲܪܟܝܵܐ ܕܕܸܗܘܟ‎ , Arabic: محافظة دهوك‎ Muḥāfaẓat Dahūk) is a governorate in Iraqi Kurdistan. Its capital is the city of Dohuk. It includes the city of Zakho, which has at various times served as a checkpoint for the border with Turkey. Prior to 1976 it was part of Nineveh Governorate, which was called Mosul Governorate. Dohuk
Dohuk
Governorate is mainly inhabited by Kurds
Kurds
and Assyrians, with a small number of Yazidis
Yazidis
(who are classified as Kurds) and Armenians
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Constitution Of The Democratic Federation Of Northern Syria
The Constitution of the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria,[1][2] officially titled Charter of the Social Contract, is the provisional constitution of the self-proclaimed autonomous region of Syria
Syria
known as the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria
Democratic Federation of Northern Syria
(DFNS)
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