A special Gristmill in Kurdistan

Savan Abdalrahman – Iraqi Kurdistan Amir and Zana are two experienced millers in Kurdistan who earn their living in an old gristmill. The gristmill is one of the traditional ways of making flour out of wheat and grain. Few people in Kurdistan are aware of the existence of the gristmill that they work in.Read More

Ramazan Işık: The demands of prison hunger strikers in Turkey

Ramazan Işık, father of Veysi Miran Işık – who is on a hunger strike demanding an end to the prison isolation conditions of Kurdish leader Abdullah Öcalan and an end to human rights violations in Turkey’s prisons – told Mesopotamia Agency (MA) that an end to the isolation conditions would pave the way for democracy […]Read More

The Kurdish community in Lebanon

Dylan Hasan – Beirut Lebanon was formed with different minorities living within its borders. Sizeable minorities are mainly defined by their religious beliefs whilst some are defined by their ethnicity. Many Kurds migrated to Lebanon between 1925 and 1945 and then during the post-Second World War period from 1945 to the early 1960’s.Read More

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