JEWISH KURDS IN ISRAEL



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It is important to say that the Kurds in Israel have preserved and developed the Kurdish folklore in it's original shape. This is a good and unique exemple for Kurds, even in Kurdistan.

 

 

Ronên Yona - The Kurdish musician living in Israel

 

 

Boêz Yona - The Kurdish musician living in Israel

 

The drummer Boez Yona

 

 

The drum and dancing youth

 

A view during weding

 

A view during weding

 

A view during weding

Kurdish festivals in Israel

Daweta zava û bûkê (weding)
Sinnet (circumcision)
Roja bûnê (Birthday)
Roja 13-salî (13th aged)
Konser (music festivals)
Mîhrecan (festivals)

Koma Sorçiyan (The Sorchi Music Group)

See the beautiful pictures below:

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Zurrne: Ronên son of Nîsan Yona Sorçî
Drum: Boez son of Nîsan Yona Sorçî

 

A view of the Kurdish life in Israel

 

Photos: Înat Amranî

 

Hilwa Dîno - Kurdish Jew living in Israel

 

Shemûn Levî - Kurdish Jew living in Israel

 

Sorchî listening Kurdish songs and news from Kurdish Radio in Baghdad

 

Nîsan and Regîna Sorçî

Nîsan Sorchi (husband): "I can not live whithout listening the Kurdish language."
Regîna Sorchi (wife): There is nothing better than the Kurdish life."

 

The Dance Group of 7 Brothers and 7 sisters They have the original Kurdish folk costumes. Photo The Museum of Jarusalem

 

The Dance Group of 7 Brothers and 7 sisters They have the original Kurdish folk costumes. Photo The Museum of Jarusalem

 

 

Kurdish Jews, Shabi Avraham with the son

 

 

The villiage Meî Amî

 

 

A view from the festival

 

A view from the festival

 

A view from the festival

 

 

Besîr Sebrî Botanî (Siyabend) nearby El-Celîl

Hunermend Besîr Botanî lived between years 1986-1988 / 1989 among Jews and Palestinians

 

Besîr Sebrî Botanî (Siyabend)

 

 

 




Presentationen av judisk-kurdiska historiska och litterära material
(Kurdish Judaica)

Judiska Muséet i Stockholm

 

 

 

 


Foundation For Kurdish Library & Museum