on 16 April 2017 we did a very exciting and interesting trip to one Village in Hungary named KURD, which could be habitat by Kurdish people from Kurdistan centuries a go on the time of ottoman empire around 1440 according the sources mentioned bellow.
we had a very nice time with some other friends one from Kurdistan and another from Jordan
More information about The history of Kurds in Hungary can be seen in this article
The Kurds in the Ottoman Hungary
Dr. Zurab ALOIAN
Peshmerga (Kurdish: پێشمەرگە Pêşmerge; literally “one who confronts death”) are the military forces of Iraqi Kurdistan. The overall formal head of the peshmerga is the President of Iraqi Kurdistan. The peshmerga force itself is largely divided and controlled separately by the Democratic Party of Kurdistan and Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, although both pledge allegiance to the Kurdistan Regional Government. Efforts are under way to gather the entire force under the Ministry of Peshmerga Affairs. Peshmerga forces are responsible for defending the land, people and institutions of the Kurdistan Region.
Because the Iraqi Army is forbidden by law from entering Iraqi Kurdistan, the peshmerga, along with other Kurdish security subsidiaries, are responsible for the security of the Kurdish Region.These subsidiaries include Asayish(official intelligence agency), Parastin u Zanyarî (assisting intelligence agency) and the Zeravani (military police).
In 2003 during the Iraq War, peshmerga are said to have played a key role in the mission to capture Saddam Hussein. In 2004, Kurdish anti terror forces captured al-Qaeda key figure Hassan Ghul, who revealed the identity of Osama Bin Laden’s messenger, which eventually led to Operation Neptune Spear and the death of Osama Bin Laden.
Following an unexpected large-scale ISIS offensive against Iraqi Kurdistan in August 2014, peshmerga and other Kurdish forces from neighboring countries have been waging an all-out-war against ISIS in both Iraq and Syria.
The complete scientific name is Quercus infectoria G. Olivier. In English, Quercus infectoria is usually called Aleppo oak or Cyprus oak,Asian holly-oak, Downy oak, Dyer’s oak, Gall oak. In Malaysia and Indonesia it is known as Manjakani, in IndiaMajuphal is one of many names, in Kurdistan its known as Mazi
Nowadays, gall nut extracts are widely used in pharmaceuticals, medical laboratory techniques as well as inks which use “Aleppo food and feed additives, dyes, and metallurgy.