This Week in His­tory

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS -

July 15, 2007

- The fa­mous Kur­dish writer, Meer Jal­a­dat Badrkhan, passed away in July 15, 1951. -The first in­de­pen­dent Kur­dish satel­lite chan­nel of VIN TV launched in July 15, 2007. Most of the pro­grams are ded­i­cated to arts.

July 16, 1925

-The first Iraqi par­lia­ment ses­sion was held in July 16, 1925.

July 17, 1912

-The As­so­ci­a­tion of Hevi (Hope) Kurd Stu­dents was founded by some stu­dents in Is­tan­bul in Turkey in July 17,1912.

July 18, 1991

-The fa­mous Kur­dish singer and artist, Hus­sein Ali, passed away in July 18, 1991.

July 19, 1988

-Kh­wakurk War broke out be­tween Kur­dish Pesh­marga gueril­las and the Iraqi army forces in July 19, 1988. The Pesh­marga forces were able to win th war and achieve a his­tor­i­cal vic­tory over the Iraqi Army.

July 20, 1989

-Head of Ira­nian Kur­dis­tan Demo­cratic Party, Ab­dulrah­man Qas­simlo was as­sas­si­nated by Ira­nian in­tel­li­gence forces in Vi­enna in July 20, 1989.

July 21, 1958

-On July 21, 2005, four ter­ror­ist bomb­ings, oc­cur­ring ex­actly two weeks after the sim­i­lar July 7 bomb­ings, tar­get Lon­don's pub­lic trans­porta­tion sys­tem. All four bombs fail to det­o­nate and all four sus­pected sui­cide bombers were cap­tured and later con­victed and im­pris­oned for long terms.

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