- published: 24 Feb 2016
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Armenian Karapêtê Xaço was born in Bileyder (Beshiri) in the city of Batman in northern Kurdistan [now part of Turkey], in 1902. He lost his entire family in the Armenian Genocide in 1915 but was luckily rescued and raised by a Kurdish family. In 1929, after the Sheikh Said uprising, many Kurds were massacred by the Turks, Xaço with others fled to the city of Qamishlo in Syrian Kurdistan which was then controlled by the French and afterwards joined the French army and served there for 15 years and 3 months. After long years of service in the French army he retired and was offered to be flown to France; however, he refused this offer. In 1946 Xaço and his family moved to Armenia and settled in Vozkihader village of Yerevan. After the opening of the Kurdish Service of Yerevan Radio, Xaço beg...
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kurdish comedy کومێدی کوردی kütçe komedi radio 2014 kurdi video clip ئەوەش رادیوی 2014
لە سەر دەسلاتی کۆماری ئیسلامئ ۆ زیندانیە سیاسیەکان لە رادیۆ دەنگی ئامریکا saied sanandeji
Kurdistan (via France) on newly constructed halfwave dipole on 11510kHz from Ireland, June 7th. Station is Radyoya Denge Kurdistane, transmitted via Issoudun in France. The length of the dipole is ~13m, so here it's acting as a halfwave dipole. The radio is an inexpensive portable SilverCrest receiver that I modified to add an external antenna socket.