Peace For Kurdistan
Kurds are speakers of Kurdish, Where does this language came
from? well it is a member of the northwestern subdivision of the
Iranic branch of the Indo-European family of languages which is akin
to Persian. Kurdish divides into two major groups
1) Kurmanji Group
2) Dimili Group- Gorani
The Kurmanji also called Kirmancha( called
Bahdinani) spoken by about 15 million people. The north
Kurmanji which primarily is in Turkey, Syria, and former
Soviet Union) and the south Kurmanji are called sorani App. about 6
million. The Kurmanji( Bahdinani) it written in Latin Alphabet.
Former Soviet union first began writing Kurdish in the Armenian
alphabet in the 1920's the goes to the following by Latin in 1972.
Te Dimili( known as Zaza) App. about 4 million
kurds. Is writing in Arabic letters but now it uses the same
modified Latin alphabet as north Kurmanji for print.