dubiz mass grave

 گۆری بە کۆمەلی قەزای دبس – کرکوک  روفاتی ( 104   )   منالی کورد و دوو ئافرەتی تێدا دۆزرایەوە ،دەگەرێتەوە بۆ شالاوەکانی ئەنفال کە رژێمی بەعسی دەرهەق بە گەلی کورد ئەنجامی دا کە زیاتر لە   (  180000)  کەسی بێ سەر وشوێن کرد و ( 4000 ) گوندی خاۆور و وێرانکرد و لەگەل زەوی راست کران ، روفاتەکانی ئەم گۆرە بە کۆمەلە گواسترانەوە بۆ مۆنۆمێنتی چەمچەمال و بە خاک سپێردران .

Three mass graves were discovered in the sub district of Dubiz in Kirkuk, the remains of 104 Kurdish children and two women from a mass grave,The remains of these anfaled victims discovered recently in a mass grave ,These are the victims of Anfal Campaigns waged by Saddam Hussein on 1980s against Kurds. It is estimated that 180,000 Kurdish men, women and children abducted during anfal campaigns and buried alive

Topzawa Mass grave

Topzawa Mass grave
Topzawa Popular Army camp which was the first holding centre during Anfal where they gathered the Anfals before the men, women and elderly were separated from each other and [women and children] were sent to Dibs, [the elderly to] Nugra Salman and [the men and some families were sent] to the mass graves. The remains of 34 Kurds killed in a military campaign in the 1991.
سەربازگەی تۆبزاوە دەكەوێتە 15 كیلۆمەتری باشووری رۆئاوای كەركووك و لە پرۆسەكانی ئەنفالدا رێژیمی پێشوو كردبوویە گرتیگەیەكی گەورە و خەڵكی سڤیلی تێدا كۆ كردبووەوە و هەر گرتییەك لەوێ بمردایە، لە گۆڕەپانی سەربازگەكەدا دەنێژرا، ئەم گۆرە بەكۆمەڵە لە ئەیلوول/سێپتێمبەری 2009دا لەلایەن پسپۆڕانەوە هەڵ درایەوە و دەركەوت پرووسكی دەیان كەسی تێدایە لە سێ گۆری بە کۆمەل کە ٣٤ روفاتی تێدابوو کە لە فەرمانگەی توب عەدلی کەرکوک هەلگیراون ..
بۆ بەرز ڕاگرتن و یادكردنەوەی ئەم قوربانییانە،وابریارە کە مۆنۆمێنتێكیش دروست بكرێ لەم ناوچەیە.

The Anfal (Genocide) Museum

Anfal museum is located in Red Security Museum in Sulaimani

from  kurdish-guide.com

National Geographic Traveler picks Kurdistan Iraq as one of the top 20 trips of 2011

National Geographic Traveler picks Kurdistan Iraq as one of the top 20 trips of 2011

National Geographic Traveler picks Kurdistan Iraq as one of the top 20 trips of 2011.

National Geographic Traveler picks Kurdistan Iraq as one of the top 20 trips of 2011.

considered an oasis of peace and stability in a historically volatile region, the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in northeastern Iraq is drawing a growing stream of curious Western visitors to its ancient cities, snowcapped mountains, and bustling bazaars. The 2010 expansion of Erbil International Airport—located in the provincial capital and main commercial center—has improved access to the region and helped fuel tourist infrastructure development. Recent advances include construction of several new luxury and business hotels and additional escorted small group tours focused on Kurdish ethnic heritage and historic sites.

Experienced guides such as Hinterland Travel and Kurdistan Adventures lead 8- to 16-day cultural tours. Highlights include Erbil’s historic citadel and Grand Mosque, the ruins of Salahaddin’s Fortress in Shaqlawa, and the Jarmo Neolithic village archaeological site (7,000 B.C.) located in the foothills of the Zagros Mountains. Some itineraries include excursions into Kurdish ethnic regions in eastern Turkey and northwestern Iraq.


After 24 years of waiting

After 24 years of waiting the relatives of the Anfalized people talk about the tragic event of Anfal.