October 1, 2010
Hama Jaza (1949-2010) was a well known singer who’s popularity
grew in the late 70’s and early 80’s with each song
He was buried in
Sulaimaniyah City in a special ceremony.
Kurdistan region 'Iraq', — One of Kurdistan’s most
popular singers and Peshmerga, Hama Jaza (Mohammad
Jaza), passed away at age of 61 on Friday October 1,
according to Kurdish news agencies.
Jaza was well known for his Kurdish national songs
during the Kurdish movements in 1970s, 1980s, and
He was also living, struggling as a Kurdish freedom
fight against the Iraqi regime and serving the
Kurdish people with his charming voice from the
mountains of Kurdistan.
In late 1990s, he moved to
Europe with his family, resided in Denmark and
continued serving the Kurdish people with his music.
He had performed in many European countries, the US
and Canada. Jaza returned to Kurdistan a few years
ago and passed away after suffering from cancer,
which he was diagnosed with for two years.
He was buried in Sulaimaniyah City in a special
ceremony with the attendance of thousands of people,www.ekurd.net
government and non-governmental organizations.
Mohammad Jaza was born in 1949, married and left
behind 6 children.
He will be greatly missed by all of us in and out of
We, at Ekurd.net, send our deepest condolences to
the family of the well
respected and much loved singer, Mr.
Jaza. He will be greatly missed by all of us in and
out of Kurdistan.
author or news agency, awene.com | independentkurdistanjournalism.blogspot.com |