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Old 16-09-2014, 09:00 PM   #283
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Mustafa Barzani (Kurdish: Mistefa Barzanî) (March 14, 1903 – March 1, 1979) also known as Mullah Mustafa was a Kurdish nationalist leader, and the most prominent political figure in modern Kurdish politics. In 1946, he was chosen as the leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) to lead the Kurdish revolution against Iraqi regimes. Barzani was the primary political and military leader of the Kurdish revolution until his death in March 1979.. He led campaigns of armed struggle against both the Iraqi and Iranian governments..Mustafa Barzani was born in 1903 in Barzan, a village in northern Iraqi Kurdistan, (then part of the Ottoman Empire)..The Barzani tribe ( Hozî Barzanî, Hebrew: הכורדים ברזאני‎) is one of the most prominent Kurdish Jewish tribes in Kurdistan..Sheikh Ahmed Barzani is considered to be the architect of contemporary Barzan; he further expanded Barzan region by bringing together many different Kurdish tribes under his command..



Mustafa Barzani, following his return to Iraq in 1958, would engage in numerous independence struggles against Baghdad, often seeking and gaining support from the KGB, CIA, Mossad, MI6, and SAVAK, as well as support from Syria and Jordan depending on which country was opposed to the government in Baghdad at the time, taking advantage of the complexities of the Cold War in the Middle-East.His son, Massoud Barzani, is the current leader of the KDP and was re-elected as the President of the Iraqi Kurdistan region with 66% of the popular vote in July 2009.. A grandson, Nechirvan Barzani, the son of Idris Barzani was the prime minister of Iraqi Kurdistan. Mustafa Barzani holds a high position among Kurdish nationalists, mostly among those in the KDP..The origin of the word Barzani is connected by scholars to the ancient Hurrian god Barzani..The Hurrians were a people of the Bronze Age Near East..According to a hypothesis by I.M. Diakonoff and S. Starostin, the Hurrian and Urartian languages are related to the Northeast Caucasian languages...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mustafa_Barzani
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