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Necat Ayaz

Necat Ayaz is an exiled Kurdish writer and journalist originally from Turkey. He is editor and founder of Infowelat online magazine since 2013. He has been living in Athens, Greece since 2019. He is the author of Katalonya: Dirok Ziman Otonomi (Catalonia: History Language and Autonomy) and Ispanya”da Ozyonetimin Tarihi (The History of Self-Government in Spain).

Akademiya Zimanê Baskî bû 100 salî

Akademiya Zimanê Baskî  (Euskaltzaindia) ku di 1919’an de hatibû damezrandin, îsal ket 100 saliya xwe. Piştî xebata sed salan û 50 salên meşandina baskiya standard (Euskara Batua) a li ser bingeha xebatên vê akademiyê, zimanê baskî îro bûye yek ji zimanê standard ê ewrûpî ku bersivê dide hemû pêwîstiyên jiyana …

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Tîmora Rojhilat bi berdêlên giran gihîşt serxwebûnê

Nifûs: 1.167,242 (2015) Berfirehbûn: 15,410 km2 Paytext: Dili Zimanên fermî: Portekîzî, tetûm Serxwebûn: 2002 Yek rastiyek ku li ser serfiraziya têkoşîna ji bo serxwebûnê tesîr kiriye bê guman karên di qada dîplomasiyê de hatine kirin e. Tê qebûlkirin ku dewleteke wekî Endonezyayê mezin ê xwedî artêşek xurt ne di encama …

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Tîrola Başûr

Profîl Nifûs: 530,000 (2018) Berfirehbûn: 7,399.97 km2 Paytext: Bozen/Bolzano Ziman: Almanî, îtalyanî, ladînî (% 62.3 almanî, % 23.4 îtalyanî, % 4.1 ladînî) Destpêka xweseriyê: 1948 Kurtedîrok Tîrol herêmek li rojhilatê Çiyayên Alp e ku di navbera Awistirya û Îtalyayê de hatiye parvekirin. Tîrola Başûr piştî Şerê Cîhanê yê Yekemîn bi Îtalyayê …

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Hejir Rencberi: So hard dying in exile

Nine years had passed in exile since he left his hometown and he had lived in hopes of having a decent life during these long years. He thought all his efforts were in vain and he had no longer the desire to experience all this loneliness and suffering in this …

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Professor Emeritus of International Politics Christodoulos Yiallourides: “Greeks and Kurds have similar existences regarding the preservation of their identities.”

The Turkish – Greek relations are extremely contentious in today’s world. In order to better understand this issue, Necat Ayaz interviewed Christodoulos Yiallourides, Professor Emeritus of International Politics and director of the Centre of Eastern Studies for Culture and Communication at the Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences . …

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EXODUS FROM ATHENS

According to Hebrew bible narrative of Exodus, Israelites leave the slavery from the hands of the Pharaoh through Yehova, the god who promises them the land of Canaan. Prophet Moses guides the Israeli people through the Sinai Desert during the Exodus from Egypt. At the end of this long journey, …

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All roads lead to Athens

Necat Ayaz Besides thousands of them have already crossed the dangerous waters of Maritsa river and the routes for islands, still thousands of them have been preparing themselves secretly in Greece’s eastern neighbor have been waiting the day of liberation from persecution. No matter from where they will cross the …

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The hard road to freedom

Necat Ayaz At the beginning of December, at midnight, they reached the proximity of the Turkish-Greek border with by a car. As soon as the car stopped, they got off very fast and, large backpacks and they headed towards the river. From the beginning of this journey which they believed …

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Self-organized solidarity in Athens fights for existence

Necat Ayaz City Plaza is an occupied hotel in the heart of Athens where nearly two hundred refugees are currently staying. The hotel is a self-organized place which means all the residents have the right and duty to participate in all the activities on a daily basis. Since 2016’ aproximately …

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Welsh needs more speakers

        Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg (Welsh Language Society) is a group of people who campaign for the Welsh language and communities in Wales. The society believes that the campaign for Welsh is part of a wider world-wide struggle for minority rights and freedoms. Recently, the Cymdeithas published …

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Kermanshah is a center for Kurdish Music

                              Înfowelat: Considering the existence of Ehl-i Heq believers and a different dialect of Kurdish which is open to Persian influence in this southernmost border of Kurdistan, is it possible to speak about very different religious …

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Kirmaşan navendeke muzîka kurdî ye

    Alî Ekber Mûradî yek ji hosteyê herî mezin ê tenbûra kurd e ku li bajarê Kirmaşanê ya li Kurdistana Rojhilat dijî. Mûradî bi tenbûra xwe li ser meqamên kevn ên kurd muzîkeke giranbuha ava dike û di heman demê de li Îranê karê fêrkirina tenbûra kurd dimeşîne. Digel …

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Basque society says ‘Euskaraz Bai’ -II

    Infowelat: How have you implemented Kontseilua’s strategic plan for whole country at the towns’ level? Paul Bilbao Sarria: the first years of work we had done something in small towns but now we have new project for towns. We have chosen a town place for pilot project. Firstly …

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Civaka baskê dibêje ‘Euskaraz Bai’-II

Necat Ayaz: Hûn plana stratejîk a Kontseiluayê a ji bo welat di asta bajarokan de çawa dimeşînin? B.Sarria: Di salên min ên ewilî ya kar de me hin tiştan li bajarokên biçûk kirin lê niha ji bo bajarokan projeyeke me ye nû heye. Me ji bo meşandina projeyeya pîlot bajarokekî …

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Civaka baskê dibêje ‘Euskaraz Bai’* -I

Paul Bilbao Sarria Sekreterê Giştî yê KONTSEILUA’yê ye ku rêxistineke ji gelek rêxistinên ku di qada zimanê baskî de dixebitin, pêk tê.  Bilbao-Sarria beşdarê Sempozyûma Perwerdeya Zimanê Dayikê ya ku du hefte berê li Amedê hat li dar xistin bû û di derbarê parastina zimanê baskî de hin agahiyên balkêş …

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Basque society says ‘Euskaraz Bai’*-I

    Paul Bilbao-Sarria is the Secretary-General of KONTSEILUA which is the umbrella organization for organization working in the field of Basque language. Bilbao-Sarria participated Symposium on Mother Tongue Education held in Amed (Diyarbakir) two weeks ago and gave interesting information about Basque language preservation that some of them are …

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Interview with a Diasporan Armenian Writer

C.K. Garabed (a.k.a. Charles Garabed Kasbarian) has been active in Diasporan Armenian community organizations all his life. As a writer and editor, he has been a keen observer of, and outspoken commentator on, political and social matters affecting Armenians. For more than 40 years, his writings have appeared in the Armenian press in the …

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