Kurd

[ US /ˈkɝd/ ]
NOUN
  1. a member of a largely pastoral Islamic people who live in Kurdistan; the largest ethnic group without their own state
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  • Radio and Television programmes in Kurdish are beginning and further development is planned. The Volokh Conspiracy » What’s Going on With Turkey
  • Situated on an elevated rock outcropping 15 km from Kurdjali, it has been regarded as a sacred site for thousands of years.
  • Kurdish Moslems
  • Other notable related Iranian languages include Persian, Kurdish, Balochi, Gilaki, spoken in the Middle East, and Ossetic, which is spoken in the Caucasus. Planet-x.com.au » Afghan
  • That's not all. The Iraqi newspaper Al-Umma al-Iraqiyya carried an open letter signed by 400 Iraqi intellectuals, both Kurdish and Arab, defending Alusi.
  • Kurdish leaders believe they need the oil fields and the rich agricultural land nearby to keep the region economically independent.
  • Concerning the revival of Kurdish terrorism, the army is privately warning that it will close down the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) camps in neighboring Iraq if no one else does.
  • Situated on an elevated rock outcropping 15 km from Kurdjali, it has been regarded as a sacred site for thousands of years.
  • The Kurdish region of northern Iraq does not yet face an existential crisis. Times, Sunday Times
  • One targeted the intelligence service headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, which is led by Massoud Barzani, president of the semiautonomous northern Kurdish region. Bombs Kill 8 in Kurdish City
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