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A gathering for humanity چاپ ارسال به دوست
vokradio.Los Angeles, California, USA   
A gathering for humanity
 
By: Humanitarian Efforts and Relief Assistance " HERA"
 
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 An evening of Live Kurdish Music, delicious food and an opportunity to unite for Humanity.
 
 
Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center
 
27040 Malibu Hills Rd, Calabasas, California 91301
 
Saturday August 8th, 2015 ; 6:30pm - 10:30pm
 
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Kurds and the Persian Nuke Deal چاپ ارسال به دوست
vokradio, Los Angeles, California, USA   

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July 22,2015
 
Rudaw 
 

The so-called nuclear “peace” agreement negotiated with Iran has generated lots of diplomatic niceties—but little substance.

President Barzani of little Kurdistan hoped for “peace” in the region while his Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani, a graduate of University of Tehran no less, envisioned “better economic ties” with Iran.

Diplomatic baloney aside, what do ordinary Kurds think of the deal?

What should they think?

They should certainly realize that this great “deal” missed by only one day the 26th anniversary of the ruthless assassination of a Kurdish diplomat by Iranian “peace” emissaries—only miles from the Palais Coburg, the Viennese hotel, where the “hopeful” nuclear pact was just inked.

Abdul Rahman Ghassemlou, head of Kurdistan Democratic Party of Iran (KDPI), thought he was negotiating a peace deal with his Persian interlocutors on July 13, 1989, in Vienna, Austria.

But his Iranian counterparts had murder on their minds.

After luring him to meet with them in an apartment of a turncoat Kurd, they viciously slaughtered him and his bodyguards along with the traitor Kurd—shot them all point-blank like sitting ducks.

This brutal fact was conveniently disregarded in the Austrian capital.

It was also missing from the triumphant comments following the newest “peace” announcement.

It was a thousand miles away from the jubilant mind of French foreign minister Laurent Fabius, flashing smiles and flamboyantly hoping that their deal would stand the test of time like the Bastille Day—the independence day of France—and usher an era of peace in the world.

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مصاحبه اختصاصی رادیو صداى كردهاى مقيم امريكا با هنرمند سرشناس کورد و ايرانى خانم روژان چاپ ارسال به دوست
vokradio.Los Angeles, California, USA   

 مصاحبه اختصاصی رادیو صداى كردهاى مقيم امريكا با هنرمند سرشناس کورد و ايرانى خانم روژان به مناسبت كنسرت بزرگ ايشان و گروه همراه در لوس آنجلس

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لوس آنجلس، كاليفرنيا

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خانم روژان هنرمند به نام کرد که آهنگهای زيبا و به ياد ماندنى به چند زبان کردی ،فارسی و آذری دارد به زودی کنسرت بزرگی در ویلشر ایبل تئاتر خواهد داشت.
دراین مصاحبه خانم روژان به توضیحاتی در رابطه با برگزارى كنسرتشان در ماه آکوست پرداختند و فعالیعای هنری خود را در زمینه های مختلف توضیح دادند. ایشان از همکاری بی شائبه اقای مهرداد اعرابی و آقای شاهین یوسف زمانی و ديگر موسيقيدانان شركت كننده در اين كنسرت بزرگ  قدردانی کردند.
 

مصاحبه حاضر گفتو گویی صمیمانه با بانوی آواز کردستان خانم روژان است .روژان به همراهی چند تن از هنرمندان صاحب نام موسیقی در حال تهیه و تدارک برگزاری کنسرت بزرگی در ماه آگوست هستند.
این رادیو مفتخر است که مصاحبه با ایشان را به دوزبان فارسی و کردی به سمع علاقمندان برساند.

 

 

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Mrs. Soraya Fallah received Honor Society recognition for her educational excellence چاپ ارسال به دوست
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  Mrs. Soraya Fallah received Honor Society Recognition for her educational excellence
 

June 29th, 2015

 

 

Mrs. Soraya Fallah a Doctoral Student in Educational Leadership and Policy Study at California State University Northridge (CSUN), a scholar, researcher and a lifelong Women and Human Rights activist , received Honor Society recognition for her educational excellence. 

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In an interview with VOKRadio Mrs. Soraya Fallah said: “I am humbled to receive recognition from Honor Society, Pi Lambda Theta. This is most prestigious award I have received”

 

Mrs. Fallah works extensively with local and International NGOs to promote human rights in the USA and throughout the world, specifically protecting the rights of ethnic minorities in the Middle East.

 

The president of honor society wrote to Mrs. Fallah:

 

“Congratulations!! Your excellent academic performance at the Michael D. Eisner college of Education at CSUN has proven you to be a dedicated educator …”

 

PLT executive director and International president were signed the award as follow:

“International Honor society and Professional association in education be it known that the right to wear the key of Pi Lambda Theta was conferred upon Soraya Fallah…”  

 

The honor society is a rank organization that recognizes excellence among peers in the United States.

 

Numerous societies recognize various fields and circumstances.

 

Pi Lambda Theta is an international education honor association that recognizes scholarship and leadership in the field of education. It is an honor society and professional association for educators. As an honor society, its purpose is to recognize persons of superior scholastic achievement and high potential for professional leadership. As a professional association, its purpose is to stimulate independent-thinking educators who can ask critical questions to improve educational policies and practices.

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Embarassment for Erdogan: He Wanted a Supermajority, and He Got a Minority چاپ ارسال به دوست
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 Embarassment for Erdogan: He Wanted a Supermajority, and He Got a Minority
 
 
 by PATRICK BRENNAN 
June 7, 2015 9:35
PM @PTBRENNAN11
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nationalreview:
 
The ruling party in Turkey, President Recep Tayip Erdogan's AK Party, came up short of a majority in today's Turkish elections, while a Kurdish party won official - and substantial - representation in parliament for the first time.
It's a big loss for Erdogan, and a big step back for his personal stature and his attempt to weave more Islamist elements into Turkey's political fabric. His party had a strong majority of the seats in parliament for the last 13 years, having won between one-third and half the vote; Sunday he won 42 percent of the vote but is a bit short of a majority, meaning he will scramble to form a coalition - or call new elections if a government isn't formed in time.
 
(Turkey's parliament works on proportional representation, but does not seat parties that get less than 10 percent of the vote, so the parties above 10 percent get a bigger share of seats than they do of the vote - hence, Erdogan's party held a solid majority of seats despite getting just 49 percent of the vote last time around.)
 
Compare this result - having to form a coalition - with what Erdogan had hoped to do: Over the last couple years, he had talked up the possibility of rewriting Turkey's constitution to include an executive presidency, giving the president - currently himself, in a role without many formal powers - a great deal of influence. He needed two-thirds of parliament to change the constitution, and seemed to hope that with the right combination of economic growth, patronage politics, and fear-mongering about violence from the opposition that he could get it. Now, he could still form a coalition to govern, but he's about a hundred seats away from the goal he'd aspired to.

 

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