- For other usages, see Zengana (disambiguation)
The Zangana (Kurdish: Zengene) are a branch of southern Kurds and a tribal confederation of the Shabaks of Northern Iraq. They have historically lived southeast of Kirkuk and near Khanaqin.  and Kifri. Alternatively, they have been associated with the Sulaymaniyah area.  There are also Zanganas around Kirmanshah. 
The settlement patterns of the people have shifted since the late 1980s. The Saddam Hussein regime relocated them in the Al-Anfal Campaign of 1988; also, in the course of the refugee dislocations of 1991 the Zengana people relocated. 
- Cecil J. Edmonds, Kurds, Turks and Arabs: Politics, Travel and Research in North-Eastern Iraq, 1919-1925, London, 1957.
- Michiel Leezenberg, ILLC- Department of Philosophy, University of Amsterdam, "Gorani Influence on Central Kurdish" 
- ReliefWeb, "Sulaymaniyah Governorate assessment report," August 31, 2006, http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900SID/LSGZ-6VRD5U?OpenDocument
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