This Week in His­tory

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Fe­bru­ary 5, 1897

- The fa­mous Kur­dish his­to­rian, Mo­hammed Ali Awni, was born in Cairo, Egypt, in Fe­bru­ary 5, 1897. -The Korean gi­ant com­pany, LG, put Kur­dish lan­guage in to the LG Cel phone sys­tem for the first time in Fe­bru­ary 5, 2007

Fe­bru­ary 6, 1935

-On Fe­bru­ary 6, 1935, the Kur­dish Writer and poet, Ah­mad Mukhtar Jaf passed away. The Iraqi Pres­i­dent, Jalal Tal­a­bani, re­ceived Ban Ki-moon, the eighth and cur­rent Sec­re­tary-Gen­eral of the United Na­tions, in Bagh­dad in Fe­bru­ary 6, 2009.

Fe­bru­ary 7, 1900

- On Fe­bru­ary 7, 1900, The Work­ers Party was founded in Great Bri­tain.

Fe­bru­ary 8, 2005

- On Fe­bru­ary 8, 2005, the Kur­dish tourists de­parted Er­bil to­ward Jor­dan us­ing Er­bil In­ter­na­tional Air­port.

Fe­bru­ary 9, 1960

- Kur­dis­tan Demo­cratic Party re­ceived work­ing li­cense in Fe­bru­ary 9, 1960. -The In­ter­na­tional Com­mit­tee of the Red Cross, which is a hu­man­i­tar­ian in­sti­tu­tion based in Geneva, Switzer­land, founded in Fe­bru­ary 9, 1963.

Fe­bru­ary 10, 1137

The Mus­lim of Kur­dish ori­gin, Sala­haddin Ayubi bet­ter known in the West­ern world as Sal­adin, was born in Fe­bru­ary 10, 1137. He was the first Sul­tan of Egypt and Syria and the founder of the Ayyu­bid dy­nasty; He led the Mus­lim op­po­si­tion against the Euro­pean Cru­saders in the Le­vant.

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