Kurdish Poet Rzkar Jabaari

By: Azad Karimi

We live in a room, on the one hand there is a window to history to know our past for self-knowledge, and on the other side there is a cultural window to see our future. In this case, we will live in this room comfortable.




Kurdish Poet Rzkar Jabaari

By Azad Karimi


Rzkar is a source for rare literary projects.For example he has discovered many wonderful and unknown kurdish historical texts. He is from Kirkuk in Kurdistan-Iraq and spent him childhood in Krmashaan in Kurdistan-Iran.

Kirkuk and its southern regions belonged to the Ashnunnak civilization. Ashnunnak was a Sumerian state and its culture belonged to the Maad. It means Zurwaani-ChamChaara or reincarnation.

This ritual, which comes from the land of Hewt Kullma (seven climates) and the mountain of Kush (death) and the culture of Shurupaak Gobara, is related to the evolutionary chain of the nightly moon in the sky (Kur-Maan-Sin) during the 28 nights. Kurr or Kaawrr means sheep, Maan means moon, and Sin(Sna, Shna) means the moon's shine.

As I said before, Shuruppak culture is directly related to the ritual of respect for the spirit of creation(Maarkhuz/Khuzruwa) and resurrection spirit(Chamardu). So this religion is called Maardini.

Shuruppaak, Surush, Kurush and Kurruz and Khumrud, Haruta, Paruda fall into one category.

The land to the right of Kush-Shuruppaak is the land of Par-shiw-a or morning,( Eastern lighted torch in the land of Yiwa or Yam in the area next to the Eye land), there is the torch-owner of light or Komaasa ,Kopaasha and Gumaata. This land is now known as Sarshiw and is located between Saqez, Krmaashaan and Kirkuk.

This area includes Zamwa(Mishyaaw), Ayryaarman(Hawraamaan), Anshan(Sna), and Akhnun(Darbandikhaan).

The ancient Greek historian Herodotus writes that the inhabitants of Parshwa are: Paaluyi, Tawriwari, Maajgayi, Zangna u Zand, Zarduyi, Garmyaani, Dollwani, Maruziyan, Mikubiyaan and Shaakali. The capital of Parshiwa is the city of Sharukin )The city of underground springs, Mariwaan). The capital of Anshaan is the Ashnaan or HasanAwa.

The ruler of the seven climates(ChawMaataan, Moon’s eye)city and all the Medes emperor was Ajduka Khshas.

The ruler of the Ashnaan was Komaasa and he married to Princess Mandaane. She was daughter to Ajduka.

  Kawrusha or Cyrus the Great, the famous king of the seven climates, and Sharokin and Anshnaan (Maad, Parshiwa,Anshnaan) is the son of Komaasa and Mandaane.

He became a great king and ruled over Kurdistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Turkey, Afghanistan, Israel, and Lebanon. He liberated the Jews of Babylon, which is why he is the Maasheh, Hoshayar, or Savior, of course, because his name is derived from Shuruppak or the mountain of salvation. The Kawrusha successors, the Dariwas family, expanded his empire to Europe and the city of Athens in Greece.

Daariwa, Cyrus' son-in-law, established a larger empire after extensive massacres in Media, Babylon, and Elam.Daariwa(Darius)capital was the city of Bestun because it ruled over Babylon, Elam, and all Media. Bestun plain was the land of Kurdish horse breeding, which is one of the best horse breeds in the world. The tombs of Darius and the kings after him until the conquest of Alexander the Great are all in Elam, because it is the land of Komaas the Great or Parsh-a.

The entrance door of these magnificent tombs is carved in the shape of the Akhnun cross, which symbolizes the seven climates and the mountain of salvation (Shuruppaak).

Whatever I have written, dear Rzkar has probably traveled there, and what he finds in the old literary works of Kurdistan, he introduces it, because he considers it his historical mission.

He is a blessing and I wish him all the best. I hope one day we will read his writings in English to know more about the value of his work.



Thank you!



1- Please present yourself: (Name, education, Civil status and...)

.I’m Rizkar Tayyib Muhammad (Rizkar Jabbari), I born in Kirkuk, 1980 , graduate : bachelor in mechanical engineering, I’m married.  


2-What is your artistic specialize?

.I interested in poetry art, poetry history and general history.  


3- When and how did you become interested in this field?

 . I interested in poetry from 16 years old, then in poetry’s history.  


4- Who was your motivator?

. My friends encouraged me.  


5- What was your parent’s reaction?

.My parents are simple and illiterate. I just felt they liked it.


6- When started you such as a professional History Researcher?

. I Read more, but I felt seven years ago that I can write so I decided to write.


7- Are you thankful and happy because of your activities as a History Researcher?

.Yes, I am very happy.


8- How you see the view? History, Culture?

 .We live in a room, on the one hand there is a window to history to know our past for self-knowledge, and on the other side there is a cultural window to see our future. In this case, we will live in this room comfortable.


9- Can you become one part of the cultural movement for motivation in youth or new generation in your country and so than?

.If it is small in number, but we were able to make young people interested in culture.



10- How can you help our world become a better place to live?

.Work to develop the spirit of freedom and respect for others.


11- Have you more word to say or suggest for our readers?

. I just wish a good life and love to all.