Kurdish dating customs
Kurds have almost never had a country of their own.
"Kurdistan" is the mountainous area where the borders of Iraq, Iran, and Turkey meet.
Kurds also live in Lebanon, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Germany, and other places across Europe, the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Although they live among them, Kurds are ethnically unrelated to Turks, Arabs, and Iranians.
Everyone tries to resolve any conflicts or misunderstandings that may be carried from the year before.
In 1923, Kurdistan was divided between the two countries that are Iraq and Turkey today.
Since then, the Kurds have been divided between Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey.
He grabbed Zohak by the neck with a powerful blacksmith's hand, and struck Zohak on the head with his hammer.
The Kurds set bonfires on the mountaintops to announce their freedom from Zohak.
The event is said to have taken place around 700 643.