Follows initiatives in other Kurdish cities

Erbil public library to name halls after living Kurdish authors

ERBIL – The Erbil Public Library is undertaking an initiative to pay tribute to Kurdish authors by naming its halls after them, with a focus on those who are still alive. Naz Felahkadin Kakaii, the general director of Erbil’s libraries, shared details of the plan with 964media, noting that only authors with published works will be honored.

“This initiative has been implemented in Koya, Shaqlawa, Pirmam, and Soran, and we will dedicate a hall in Erbil to the writer Sherzad Heini next week,” Kakaii said.

In addition, the library recently accepted a donation of books from the family of the late poet and writer Saadullah Parosh. There are plans to dedicate a special hall in the library to honor Parosh’s legacy.

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