Kurdish calendar

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The Kurdish calendar[1][2][3][4][5][6] is a calendar used in the Kurdistan region of Iraq alongside the Islamic and Gregorian calendar.[7]

The First day in this month is called "Newroz" it means "New Day"

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Citations[edit]

  1. ^ Kirmanj, pp. 367–384.
  2. ^ Hirschler 2001, pp. 145–166.
  3. ^ Rafaat, pp. 488–504.
  4. ^ Elis, pp. 193.
  5. ^ Gunter, pp. 191–209.
  6. ^ Leary 2005, p. 176.
  7. ^ Kirmanj, pp. 372–373.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Gunter, Michael (1995). "The Kurds: A Contemporary Overview/No Friends But the Mountains: The Tragic History of the Kurds/The PKK: A Report on Separatist Violence in Turkey, 1973-1992/The Kurdish Tragedy". The International Journal of Kurdish Studies. 8 (1/2): 133.
  • Hirschler, K. (2001). "Defining the Nation: Kurdish Historiography in Turkey in the 1990s" (PDF). Middle Eastern Studies. Informa UK Limited. 37 (3): 145–166. doi:10.1080/714004406. ISSN 0026-3206. S2CID 59445286.
  • Kirmanj, Sherko (2014-07-15). "Kurdish History Textbooks: Building a Nation-State within a Nation-State". The Middle East Journal. 68 (3): 367–384. doi:10.3751/68.3.12. ISSN 0026-3141. S2CID 144636394.
  • Leary, Brendan (2005). The future of Kurdistan in Iraq. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. ISBN 978-0-8122-1973-9. OCLC 57001883.
  • Rafaat, Aram (2016-03-07). "The fundamental characteristics of the Kurdish nationhood project in modern Iraq". Middle Eastern Studies. Informa UK Limited. 52 (3): 488–504. doi:10.1080/00263206.2015.1124415. ISSN 0026-3206. S2CID 147220842.
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