Rafiq Sabir

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This article is about the Kurdish poet. For the doctor convicted of supporting al-Qaeda, see Rafiq Abdus Sabir.

Rafiq Sabir (Kurdish: Refîq Sabir) (born in 1950) is a contemporary Kurdish poet.

He was born in Qaladzê in Iraqi Kurdistan. In 1974, he received Bachelor of Arts degree from Baghdad University. He moved to Sweden in 1989. He writes in the sorani dialect. He belongs to the post-Abdulla Goran generation of modernists in Kurdish poetry.

Works[edit]

  1. Karwansara, 146 pp., Uppsala, 1990.
  2. Towards history : a short ideological historical study, 129 pp., Uppsala, 1991.
  3. Werze berdine, 39 pp., Uppsala 1992.
  4. Awêne û sêber : Komele honrawe, 88 pp., Arzan Publishers, Jönköping, 1996. ISBN 91-972767-1-5.
  5. Impiratoryayî lam : derbarey îslam, xêl û nasyonalîzm, 230 pp., Rabûn Publishers, Uppsala, 1998. ISBN 91-972767-8-2.
  6. Rûnbûnewe : honrawe, 111 pp., Rabûn Publishers, Uppsala, 2001. ISBN 91-973528-1-0.

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