Dear Visitors of this Site!

Dear friends of Jemal Nebez, dear Kurds!

It is hard to believe, but these terrible times for Kurds everywhere, but especially in their home regions, go on and on.

It is clearer than ever: the Kurds are endangered as a people and a nation, and not least where they are at home, in their ancestral settlement area of Kurdistan, which is located in the heart of the Middle East and as a result of the First World War - in a process that dragged on until shortly after the end of the Second World War - was divided up into several newly founded nation states without having one itself.

After the end of the war, the Kurds were granted a state in 1920. Then they were overrun by the founding of Turkey, which - shortly afterwards - began a new kind of genocidal policy against the Kurds now living within its borders in the north of Kurdistan. At the same time, the mandate powers tasked with the reorganization of the remaining mass of the defunct Ottoman Empire were more concerned with securing their own advantages than with finding a solution for the Kurds of southern and western Kurdistan entrusted to their care. They and the League of Nations (followed by the UN) failed shamefully to secure lasting rights for these Kurds within the newly created Arab nation states of Iraq (1932) and Syria (1946), if they were to remain without a state of their own.

What is right and important, and is ignored, must be repeated

There is no statute of limitations on genocide, nor on the unlawful division of a cultural nation. We see it as our duty to repeatedly address the documented history of the suffering of the Kurds and their difficult current situation, and we are looking for new and innovative ways to do so. Without this, there will be no satisfaction for Kurds which they deserve and no recognition for what Kurds have already contributed to the world cultural heritage independently and under difficult conditions.

The following subsites have recently been updated 

Events/Annual Meetings
Open House


New supporting members are always welcome

We are delighted that Hoshang Sabri, who has lived in Berlin for decades and is now a retired pharmacist, became our first supporting member in March of this year. 

Let's stay confident!

Warm greetings 

Hanne Küchler, Jan Gosau, Sirwan Renas Salihzade
Board of Directors 

Jemal Nebez Foundation
Non-profit, with legal capacity
April 20, 2024

Here in the gallery below we show some books and writings of our namesake, which are listed on his former website

https// is now administered by the Jemal Nebez Foundation.

Who has a not listed writing of Jemal Nebez in his possession, please let us know, gladly via our contact form. The goal is a comprehensive directory of the works and writings of our namesake. Any help is welcome.

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