Our Kurdish translation team consists of
Kurdish belongs to the northwestern sub-group of the Iranian languages, which belong to the Indo-Iranian branch of the Indo-European language family. Kurdish is the language spoken by Kurds in western Asia, though it does not have a single standardized linguistic entity with the status of an official or state language. Rather, it is a continuum of closely related dialects spoken in a large geographic area spanning several national states. Today, Kurdish refers to a group of closely related languages spoken by Kurds. It is mainly concentrated in parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. The Kurdish language was banned in a large portion of Kurdistan (a pseudo-nation that has never had its own state) for some time. The use of the Kurdish language was illegal in Turkey until 1991 and faced many challenges there through to 2002. Today, Kurdish is an official language in Iraq, while it is still banned in Syria, where it is forbidden to publish material in Kurdish. Kurdish is still largely prohibited in education and broadcast media in Iran, Syria and Turkey. There are an estimated 50 million Kurdish speakers today.
LOCATIONS OF OUR EXTERNAL TRANSLATORS:
Adana (TR), Al Diwaniyah (IQ), Al Hillah (IQ), Ankara (TR), Ankara (TR), Antalya (TR), Arak (IR), Baghdad (IQ), Basra (IQ), Bursa (TR), Isfahan (IR), Istanbul (TR), Izmir (TR), Kayseri (TR), Konya (TR), Mashhad (IR), Mosul (IQ), Nasiriyah (IQ), Perspolis (IR), Rasht (IR), Samsun (TR), Sari (IR), Shiraz (IR), Tabriz (IR), Tehran (IR),