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 Kurds should boycott the Arabic, Iranian and Turks languages

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Kurds should boycott the Arabic, Iranian and Turks languages  17.9.2012  
By Hamiit Qliji Berai
Ekurd.net





 
Hamíit Qliji Bérai, an independent researcher who has spent the majority of his life researching the ancient Near East.  Read more by Hamiit Qliji Berai
Why I’m saying, that the Kurds should boycott the Arabic, Iranian and Turks languages and the present educational system at all?

September 17, 2012

 
Kurdi (from ca. 3300 BC) to  
Present Kurdi : Present Arawi/Farsi/Turki :
Séyášum Sayed Hashum
Sé.Mámaí Sayed Mohammad
Šáwe.Sén Šáh.Hossain / Malek Hossain
Apí.Sén Abú.Hossain
Sén.šár.ešken (Kurdi ca. 800 BC)  
Sarcawa (source): The Mother of Cultures, Bérai 2005

Sarcawa (source): The Mother of Cultures, Bérai 2005

I said above that the Arabic, Farsi, Turks names “Sayed and Hossain” are derivations of the original Kurdish roots “Sé and Sén”. That is proven linguistically, so historically. Subsequently the name Sé (Sayed) of clans, spread throughout Kurdsu is a native Kurdsh name.

Parallel with the violence, terror and occupying Kurdish existence by the Arabs, Turks and Iranians forcing the Kurds, the available informational, educational sources and writing system adapted for Farsi,www.ekurd.net Turks and Arabic are means of formation to forget the Kurdish language and to transform the Kurds unconsciousness and gradually to Turks, Arabic and Iranian. And they have success.

For example: the Kurds are adapted to use the Arabic, Farsi and Turks word form Kurdistan instead of the proper Kurdish Kurdsu, Kurdsán.

The Kurds are adapted to use the Arabic, Farsi and Turks word form Ibrahim instead of the proper Kurdish Ura, Uram, Braim, Brahim, Ibraim or Bela.

The Kurds are adapted to use the Arabic, Farsi and Turks word form Sayed instead of the proper Kurdsih Sé.
The Kurds are adapted to use the Arabic, Farsi and Turks word form Hossain instead of the proper Kurdish Sén.
The Kurds are adapted to use the Arabic, Farsi and Turks word form Mohammad instead of the proper Kurdish Mama, Máma, Mámaí, etc. See Bible Discovered (Bérai 2011).

That is why I’m saying that the Kurds should boycott the Arabic, Iranian and Turks languages and the present educational system at all. As long as the Kurds do not that they are not seriously busy with the defense of the existence of the Kurdish people.

Hamíit Qliji Bérai is an independent researcher who has spent the majority of his life researching the ancient Near East. He researches continuously since 1994 archaeological sources for early culture, history and ethnography of the mankind in ancient Near East, all over the world in different universities including the University of Leiden Netherlands, the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge, the University of Chicago, British Museum, London University and the British Library in London. Those are texts from ca. 4000 BC, traces of human civilization and objects from millions years ago, excavated in the Kurdish regions. He takes a different approach, a multidisciplinary scientific approach from the perspective Kurdish oral traditions consist of myriad languages, literature, names etc of the sites where the ancient sources come from. His research has led to an adequate understanding of the ancient sources, which shows the world of the ancient Near East in a completely different way than some know it to be now. Institute Elamirkan www.elamirkan.net

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