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What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:19 am
Author: Anthea
Let us forget all the arguments and think of POSITIVE things that we can do for Kurdistan :ymparty:

Please include any ideas you might have, however strange or unusual they are, that could publicise or help to obtain support for the Kurdish cause

I will spend time trying to get some of my friends to attend the conference in London next weekend

I am also trying to get some friends of mine to set up a Kurdistan support group along the lines of the Peace in Kurdistan campaign only more of a Freedom For Kurdistan campaign which could run in conjunction with the original campaign but have localised support groups :ymhug:

PLEASE CONTRIBUTE BECAUSE ANY AND ALL THOUGHTS AND IDEAS ARE WELCOME HERE

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:24 am
Author: ideas
Not much that would make a big difference. In my university I created a Kurdish society which I'm the president off; I did so to educate people on the Kurdish cause and culture, help Kurds socialize with other Kurds and finally having realized that we have quite a fair amount of international students from Kurdistan that have issues with the English language I set up an exchange program where they send their reports to more experienced English speakers such as myself and others for a brief review and feedback. This system helps both the international and home students as it allows the assessor (i.e. me) to enhance their analyzing skills and helps the international student achieve better grades and ultimately a more respectable degree.

I post on many other Western forums again to educate Kurds and have so far written two articles in my spare time. They can be found here:

http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/mi ... te6498.htm

http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/mi ... te6084.htm

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:31 am
Author: purearch72
ideas wrote:Not much that would make a big difference. In my university I created a Kurdish society which I'm the president off; I did so to educate people on the Kurdish cause and culture, help Kurds socialize with other Kurds and finally having realized that we have quite a fair amount of international students from Kurdistan that have issues with the English language I set up an exchange program where they send their reports to more experienced English speakers such as myself and others for a brief review and feedback. This system helps both the international and home students as it allows the assessor (i.e. me) to enhance their analyzing skills and helps the international student achieve better grades and ultimately a more respectable degree.

I post on many other Western forums again to educate Kurds and have so far written two articles in my spare time. They can be found here:

http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/mi ... te6498.htm

http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/mi ... te6084.htm


Wow, very well done :ymapplause: . I have lots of respect for you.

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:40 am
Author: Anthea
ideas wrote:Not much that would make a big difference. In my university I created a Kurdish society which I'm the president off; I did so to educate people on the Kurdish cause and culture, help Kurds socialize with other Kurds and finally having realized that we have quite a fair amount of international students from Kurdistan that have issues with the English language I set up an exchange program where they send their reports to more experienced English speakers such as myself and others for a brief review and feedback. This system helps both the international and home students as it allows the assessor (i.e. me) to enhance their analyzing skills and helps the international student achieve better grades and ultimately a more respectable degree.


BRILLIANT YOU DO EXTREMELY IMPORTANT WORK IN HELPING THE YOUNG
I WISH THERE WERE MORE LIKE YOU

THANK YOU
:ymapplause:

Perhaps you could answer a questino for me:
About 10 years ago I met a Kurdish gentleman who was compiling an "Academic Kurdish Dictionary", a compilation of all Kurdish languages written in the Latin script

I have lost contact and forgotten his name have you any ideas :((

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 5:01 pm
Author: freekurd2013
we should try to build humans
teaching our people what is media
trying to build a civil society
tell our people how to deal with low
and how to respect it
tell what is humanity and equality
how to respect them

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 8:37 pm
Author: diako_ber
Very good, Ideas! It is a very good initiative of you, bravo!

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 11:51 pm
Author: Anthea
Friday 16 November 2012

147 people have viewed this topic so far

There should be 147 comments ? ? ?


If YOU do nothing for Kurdistan

There will be NO KURDISTAN
:((

edit;

16 November 2012

196 people have viewed this topic

Where are the 196 comments ? ? ?

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 1:49 pm
Author: jjmuneer
I thought this quote fits this: 'your silence affects people, your silence is sometimes more deadly´╗┐ than your words and you don't know it'- serj

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:10 pm
Author: Anthea
PLEASE post a comment :D

YOUR thoughts, ideas and actions are IMPORTANT to us all


jjmuneer wrote:I thought this quote fits this: 'your silence affects people, your silence is sometimes more deadly´╗┐ than your words and you don't know it'- serj


PLEASE SHARE :D

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:49 pm
Author: xirn
The major problem in Kurdistan is the backwarded islamic mentality that is dominating our peoples' brains, our women are covered more and more, mullahs and mosques are invading our towns, these ignonorant people are misleading the new generation of Kurds, men marry more than one woman destroying the life of the kids, honour killing are everywhere in Kurdistan, our youth learn only ignorance from mosques, our women are degraded and oppressed, arabic language and culture is dominating our Kurdish culture, our people are brainwashed, we should do something to stop this madness.

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 4:07 pm
Author: Piling
As from Monday to Saturday I am working in Kurdish activities, I rather to say when I DON'T work for Kurdistan : Sunday :D

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Mon Nov 19, 2012 8:28 pm
Author: Anthea
Piling wrote:As from Monday to Saturday I am working in Kurdish activities, I rather to say when I DON'T work for Kurdistan : Sunday :D


Thank you Piling :D

I do my best as well but it is NEVER enough, had you noticed that I am losing my patience with all the people who sit and do nothing :lol:

I knew that there was someone else who cared :ymhug:

All we need are another million and Kurdistan will be free :(

I know why Kurdistan is NOT free

PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 8:24 pm
Author: Anthea
I know why Kurdistan is NOT free

275 PEOPLE HAVE VIEWED THIS TOPIC

There should be 278 people telling us of ALL the wonderful things they have done for KURDISTAN

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Do NOTHING and NOTHING will be done

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Tue Oct 18, 2016 11:51 am
Author: Anthea
Anthea wrote:I know why Kurdistan is NOT free

MANY PEOPLE HAVE VIEWED THIS TOPIC

There should be lots of people telling us of ALL the wonderful things they have done for KURDISTAN

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Do NOTHING and NOTHING will be done


KURDISTAN NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT

Re: What have YOU done for Kurdistan TODAY?

PostPosted: Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:33 pm
Author: Anthea
This is getting really depressing :(

Nobody wants to do anything for Kurdistan :((