Over a month after the earthquake and despite freezing weather, homeless victims of the November earthquake have to spend winter in tents.
Join us for a night of music and fundraising at London's Ealing Town Hall. All proceeds will go to the reconstruction of the Kermanshah earthquake region. please share the link and ask your friends in London to join us.
Time: Saturday Dec. 9th From 7-9
Place: Ealing Town Hall, New Broadway, W5 2BY
Tickets are availabe by donating £20.00:https://mydonate.bt.com/events/kurdishaid/452748
Iran-Iraq earthquake: What happened and why
Death toll The majority of victims were Iranian. IRNA, the country's state news service, said on Tuesday that at least 530 people were killed and 7,817 were injured. Officials in Kermanshah said most of the Iranian deaths were in the town of Sarpol-e Zahab where 236 people died. At least 10 people killed in Iraq. The Iraqi Red Crescent said that 10 people were killed in Iraq's northern province of Sulaimaniyah, and 430 people were injured there. No injuries in neighbouring countries. Although tremors were felt beyond Iraq and Iran, no injuries have been reported in the neighbouring countries
A group of Iranian and Kurdish musician came together to organise a benefit concert. 100% of the income will go to victims of Kurdistan earthquake.
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At least 452 people were killed and over 7100 injured after a powerful earthquake struck the Kurdistan region of Iran and Iraq late Sunday.
We are asking you if you could please help by donating to Kurdish Aid Foundation. We will make sure that your donation reaches the victims.
Kawa Almasi, a former political acitivist, was born in Saqhez, East Kurdistan, where he was a working and fought for social justice. Since arriving in the UK in 1997, he studied software engineering at the University of Westminster.He has always combined his professional activities with charitable work.
Karen Dabrowska, the author of nine books including
Iraq the ancient sites and Iraqi Kurdistan, is a freelance
journalist focusing on the Middle East and Islamic Affairs.
She participated in the KAF’s fact-finding mission to
East Kurdistan in March 2015. Karen is a regular
contributor to the cultural section of The Arab Weekly.