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Jamal Nebez return to his home in Kurdistan for burial

PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Dec 12, 2018 12:58 am

Jamal Nebez died on 8 December 2018

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Jamal Nebez (Sorani Kurdish: جەمال نەبەز‎, Kurmanji Kurdish: Cemal Nebez; 1 December 1933 – 8 December 2018) was a Kurdish linguist, mathematician and writer.

Jamal Nebez studied Islamic law, philosophy, theology, physics and mathematics at the University of Baghdad in the 1950s. In 1956, he prepared a stenciled script on algebra and in 1960, succeeded in publishing the first physics book in Kurdish, including a rich glossary of Kurdish terms pertaining to physics and mathematics. He translated several literary works, including works of Nikolai Gogol and William Shakespeare into Kurdish. He also wrote and published several books on a variety of topics. Most of the books are mainly about topics related to Kurds.

Nebez wrote many essays in Arab newspapers in Baghdad about the political, social and human rights of the Kurds. One of these publications, in spring 1954, was a critical article published in "Sawt al-Ahali"(voice of the population) on a press-interview given by Celal Bayar, then expresident of Turkey, during a sojourn in the United States, in which Bayar denied the existence of any other people but Turks in Turkey.

During the two years he had taught in Kirkuk, he created the basis for the first physics and mathematics books in the Kurdish language. In 1956, he prepared a stencilized script on Algebra and in 1960, succeeded in publishing the first physics book in Kurdish under the title, "Introduction into the Mechanics and Properties of Matter", including a rich glossary of Kurdish terms pertaining to physics and mathematics.

In the course of his sojourn in Damascus, he managed to write a booklet in Arabic on "The Kurdish Freedom Movement and its Aims" in 1957. He published another book in the same year, titled "Kurdish in Latin Script", in Baghdad. He published many books on Kurdish language and he also translated some literary works, including works of Gogol and Shakespeare into Kurdish.

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Link to Professor Jemal Nebez's Website:

http://www.jemalnebez.tripod.com/
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Re: Sadly: highly respected Jamal Nebez died 8 December

PostAuthor: Anthea » Wed Dec 12, 2018 1:17 am

Jamal Nebez website was designed by Sipan Osman

Sadly, Sipan Osman died in a plane crash during October 2011

https://youtu.be/SWffxwaN1b4

Sipan Osman set up and maintained several websites for famous Kurdish leaders and academics

Since the sad loss of our friend Sipan, there is a great need for another such caring person to set up similar web sites for Kurdish leaders

Anyone willing to help please contact me :ymhug:
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Re: Sadly: highly respected Jamal Nebez died 8 December

PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun Dec 16, 2018 10:10 pm

Kurds need to learn about their intellectuals instead of just worshipping the idiots with guns

Jamal Nebez

Jamal Nebez (Sorani Kurdish: جەمال نەبەز‎, Kurmanji Kurdish: Cemal Nebez; 1 December 1933 – 8 December 2018) was a Kurdish linguist, mathematician and writer. He studied Islamic law, philosophy, theology, physics and mathematics at the University of Baghdad in the 1950s. In 1956, he prepared a stenciled script on algebra and in 1960, succeeded in publishing the first physics book in Kurdish, including a rich glossary of Kurdish terms pertaining to physics and mathematics. He translated several literary works, including works of Nikolai Gogol and William Shakespeare into Kurdish. He also wrote and published several books on a variety of topics. Most of the books are mainly about topics related to Kurds.

Education

Parallel to attending the state schools, he had the opportunity to study Islamic law, philosophy and theology. He studied physics and mathematics at the science faculty at the Teachers' Training Faculty at the University of Baghdad in the first half of the 1950s. From October 1955 to 1961, Nebez was a secondary school teacher of physics and math. For three years, he taught in Iraqi Kurdistan; first in Kirkuk and then in Arbil. Then he taught for three years in Basrah and Baghdad. In the summer of 1956, Nebez travelled to Syria and Lebanon, where he met many Kurdish intellectuals, poets and writers who worked and published in Kurdish. In the summer of 1957, he travelled to Iranian Kurdistan and Tehran. Just like in Lebanon, he also met many intellectuals in Iranian Kurdistan. He met the famous Kurdish cleric and writer, Ayatollah Mohammed Mardokh-i Kurdistani (1885–1975) whom he agreed with to serve the Kurdish language and culture.

In 1962, he left for Europe to pursue his studies in pedagogy, Iranology, and Islamic studies. He attended the Universities of Munich, Würzburg and the University of Hamburg. He also studied political science, journalism and law at the Free University of Berlin. In 1965, while a student in Munich, he jointly founded the National Union of the Kurdish Students in Europe (NUKSE) with his partisan friends Brusk Ibrahim and Latif Ali. In 1985, he and other emigrants from Kurdistan, mostly academics, scientists, literates and artists founded the Kurdish Academy of Science and Arts, which was based in Stockholm.

In the 1970s and at the beginning of the 1980s Jemal held several positions. From 1971–72 he worked as a lecturer at the Free University of Berlin at the Ethnological Institute. From 1971–78 he was also a lecturer at the Institute for Iranian Philology. 1972–76 Scientific Employee in the field of Orientalistics at Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft(German Research Foundation) From 1978–82 he worked as an assistant Professor, in the topics of Islamic Iran, Persian and other Iranian languages, also at the Free University of Berlin. And from 1978 to 1983 as an examiner of Persian language translators and interpreters in Berlin (Staatliches Institut für Dolmetscher und Übersetzer) and examiner of Kurdish language translators and interpreters in Munich (Bavarian Ministry of Education, Science and Culture).

Works

Nebez wrote many essays in Arab newspapers in Baghdad about the political, social and human rights of the Kurds. One of these publications, in spring 1954, was a critical article published in "Sawt al-Ahali"(voice of the population) on a press-interview given by Celal Bayar, then expresident of Turkey, during a sojourn in the United States, in which Bayar denied the existence of any other people but Turks in Turkey. During the two years he had taught in Kirkuk, he created the basis for the first physics and mathematics books in the Kurdish language. In 1956, he prepared a stencilized script on Algebra and in 1960, succeeded in publishing the first physics book in Kurdish under the title, "Introduction into the Mechanics and Properties of Matter", including a rich glossary of Kurdish terms pertaining to physics and mathematics. In the course of his sojourn in Damascus, he managed to write a booklet in Arabic on "The Kurdish Freedom Movement and its Aims" in 1957. He published another book in the same year, titled "Kurdish in Latin Script", in Baghdad. He published many books on Kurdish language and he also translated some literary works, including works of Gogol and Shakespeare into Kurdish.

List of Books

    Çirokî Gerdaweke "The Tempest". Translation of William Shakespeare's play into Kurdish, Baghdad 1955.

    Lalo Kerim "Uncle Kerim". A Kurdish novel, published in Hewlêr 1956, second edition in Stockholm 1986.

    Xwêndewarî be Zimanî Kurdî "Primary Education in the Kurdish Language". On Problems of Schooling and Learning and How to Solve Them, Baghdad 1957, Second Edition in Stockholm 1987,

    Nusînî Kurdî be Latînî "Writing Kurdish in Latin Letters", Çapxaney Me'arif, Baghdad 1957.

    Wergêran Hunere "Translation is an Art", Sulaimani, Çapxaney Jîn, 1958.

    Palto "The Coat". Translation of Nikolai Gogol's novel into Kurdish, from Arabic and English, Baghdad 1958.

    Seretay Mîkanîk û Xomalekanî Made "Introduction into the mechanics and properties of matter", Baghdad 1960.

    Kurdische Schriftsprache. Eine Chrestomathie moderner Texte. "Kurdish Written Language. A Collection of Modern Texts", Hamburg: Buske Verlag, 1969.

    Sprichwörter und Redensarten aus Kurdistan "Proverbs and Stock Phrases from Kurdistan", Munich, National Union of Kurdish Students in Europe NUKSE, 1970.

    Der Kurdische Fürst Mir-i Kora (Rawandizi) im Spiegel der Morgenländischen und Abendländischen Quellen "The Kurdish Prince Mir-i Kora (Rawandizi) in the Light of Oriental and Occidental Sources". A Scientific Contribution to the Kurdish History, Hamburg 1970. Translated into Arabic by Fakhri Salaschor, Publication of the Academy of Science and Art, Stockholm and Hawler 1994.

    Kurdische Märchen und Volkserzählungen "Kurdish Fairytales and Folktales", published by the National Union of Kurdish Students in Europe NUKSE in Bamberg 1972.

    Zimanî Yekgirtûy Kurdî "Towards a Unified Kurdish Language", published by the National Union of Kurdish Students in Europe – NUKSE in Germany 1976. Second Edition by the Seyidiyan Publishing House in Mehabad in 1979.

    Hendêk le Kêşe Binretêkanî Qutabxaney Kurdî Sosiyalizm "Some Fundamental Considerations of the Kurdish School of Socialism", Stockholm 1984. Second Edition published in Hewler 2001.

    Govari Komonistawey ‚Yekêtîy Têkoşîn‘ (1944–1945) û Îdyolojîy Xurdeborjway Marksistî Kurd "The Communist Kurdish Journal „Yekêtîy Têkoşîn“ [Unification of Struggle] in 1944–45 and the Ideology of the Petit Bourgeois-Marxist Kurds", Publication of the Kurdish Academy of Science and Art, Stockholm 1988.

    Rojanî Awareyîm le Swêsre "My Exile in Switzerland", memoirs of a 1962 sojourn in Geneva, published in Sulaimani 1999 by "Binkey Edebî û Ronakbîrî Gelawêj" "Gelawêj Foundation for Literature and Intellectuals".

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Re: Sadly: highly respected Jamal Nebez died 8 December

PostAuthor: Anthea » Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:40 pm

Jamal Nebez, such a brilliant mind, it is a shame so few of our supporters seem interested :((
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PostAuthor: TinaNamdev » Wed Dec 19, 2018 6:17 am

during a sojourn in the United States, in which Bayar denied the existence of any other people but Turks in Turkey.
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PostAuthor: Anthea » Thu Dec 20, 2018 12:11 am

It is very sad to think that as we go into 2019 there are still people who try to deny the existence of Kurds within Turkish borders

Kurds were trying to obtain more rights from the Ottoman Empire, before the Kurdish homeland was divided (without their consent) into artificially created countries with English/French invented borders
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PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun Dec 23, 2018 4:12 am

Jamal Nebez goes home to be buried

Kurdistan received the body of well-known Kurdish linguist, mathematician, and writer Jemal Nebez at Erbil International Airport on Saturday before sending it on to be buried in his home town of Sulaimani

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Though his name is not commonly familiar to those outside the academic world, many Kurdish officials, writers, and intellectuals attended the arrival of the 85-year-old deceased Nebez, whose casket was covered with the national flag of Kurdistan.

After a brief observance, his remains began the trip to Sulaimani to be buried in a special ceremony.

A true Renaissance man, he was born on Dec. 1, 1933 in Sulaimani and eventually published dozens of books in widely varying fields. He died on Dec. 8 in Berlin after suffering from an illness.

He studied Islamic law, philosophy, theology, physics, and mathematics at the University of Baghdad in the 1950s before leaving the country in 1962 for Europe to pursue his studies in pedagogy, Iran studies, and Islamic studies.

He attended the Universities of Munich, Würzburg, and the University of Hamburg. He also studied political science, journalism, and law at the Free University of Berlin.

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“Jemal Nebez was an important scientist of our nation,” Prime Minister of Kurdistan Region Nechirvan Barzani previously said in a condolence statement, stressing Nebez’s role in introducing Kurds to the world.

His support for Kurdish struggles was a constant theme in his life, often calling for greater Kurdish rights in European centers over more than five decades

http://www.kurdistan24.net/en/news/a572 ... e3e9469cd7

A lovely man with a brilliant mind who will be sadly missed
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Re: Jamal Nebez return to his home in Kurdistan for burial

PostAuthor: Anthea » Sun Dec 23, 2018 4:28 am

‘A sad day for all’: Body of Jamal Nabaz home for burial

The body of Kurdish writer and intellectual Jamal Nabaz who passed away in Germany earlier this month was returned to the Kurdistan Region today for burial after a lifetime of “dedication to his homeland,”

“It is a sad day for all,” Nabaz’s widow Hannelore Kuchler told the media outside the Erbil international airport.

“He hoped he could return to a free and independent Kurdistan,” she said. “It is unfortunate that his wish has not yet materialized.”

Nabaz was born in 1933 in Sulaimani and traveled to Europe in 1962 to pursue his studies.

He lived in Germany for nearly six decades where he married a German woman.

Nabaz who died of illness in a Berlin hospital at the age of 85 authored several books and scholarly articles on the Kurdish cause and nationalism.

The governor of Erbil Nawzad Hadi told reporters that the Kurdish government was happy to welcome home the body of a writer who devoted his life to his country.

“Today, as governor of Erbil along with the family of professor Jamal Nabaz and other colleagues I received the body of the great Kurdish intellectual and writer,” Erbil governor Hadi said.

“The Kurdistan Region is proud to embrace [the body of] this great writer who dedicated all his life in diaspora to his rich writings and our nationalism,” he added.

Nabaz’s body is due to be buried in his hometown of Sulaimani today.

http://www.rudaw.net/english/kurdistan/221220181
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