13 10 / 2014

Cemil Bayik, a founding member of the PKK, photographed at an undisclosed location in Iraqi Kurdistan last month.
By (B Denton)

Cemil Bayik, a founding member of the PKK, photographed at an undisclosed location in Iraqi Kurdistan last month.

By (B Denton)

10 10 / 2014

emilyung:




I am in love with this

Bruh

Close your eyes right before it loops

Woah. 

emilyung:

I am in love with this

Bruh

Close your eyes right before it loops

Woah. 

(Source: flyngdream, via peace-be-upon-you)

01 10 / 2014

Kurdish refugees jumped over the fence at crossing point on the Syrian-Turkish border yesterday after ISIS increased its shelling of the city of Kobane.
BDenton

Kurdish refugees jumped over the fence at crossing point on the Syrian-Turkish border yesterday after ISIS increased its shelling of the city of Kobane.
BDenton

22 9 / 2014

That’s how the Turkish army welcomed our refugees, 64 years old mother running from them, I just wonder what’s the difference between them and ISIL..

That’s how the Turkish army welcomed our refugees, 64 years old mother running from them, I just wonder what’s the difference between them and ISIL..

02 9 / 2014

artinparsi:

KURDISH BEAUTY, PAINTING BY JAVAD SOLEIMANPOUR

artinparsi:

KURDISH BEAUTY, PAINTING BY JAVAD SOLEIMANPOUR

(via indignantkurd)

30 8 / 2014

kurdistania:

This little angel made a huge impression today for her audition in Hollands Got Talent with her lovely song. I know her for a while, she wrote her own song and you’ll find a bunch of stuff on her Youtube channel. Her name is Naaz, she’s 16 years old and she is from Kurdistan!

Follow her:

Twitter || Instagram || Youtube

Just compare her with Taylor Swift„

29 8 / 2014

m4zlum:

Kurdish Refugees from Shingal

m4zlum:

Kurdish Refugees from Shingal

26 8 / 2014

Kurdish YPG female soldier Narlene, 20, left, gives her General Zalan, 33, right, a traditional Kurdish kiss on the cheek as a greeting at a YPG military post near the Syrian border in Raabia, Kurdistan, photographed on Aug. 9, 2014. YPG stands for “People Protecting Units” in Kurdish, and is a military unit made up of mostly Kurdish civilians from Roshava; the YPG motto is “Havar” meaning “friendship.” Photo © Erin Trieb

Kurdish YPG female soldier Narlene, 20, left, gives her General Zalan, 33, right, a traditional Kurdish kiss on the cheek as a greeting at a YPG military post near the Syrian border in Raabia, Kurdistan, photographed on Aug. 9, 2014. YPG stands for “People Protecting Units” in Kurdish, and is a military unit made up of mostly Kurdish civilians from Roshava; the YPG motto is “Havar” meaning “friendship.” Photo © Erin Trieb

21 8 / 2014

peace-be-upon-you:

Mashallah beautiful

(Source: jihadofthesoul)

13 8 / 2014