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Qašo Išoc Be-Muro (Şengül) (Surayt)

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Qašo Išoc Be-Muro (Şengül) (Surayt)

Mar-08-2015 at 11:03 PM (UTC+3 Nineveh, Assyria)

Last edited on Mar-08-2015 at 11:07 PM (UTC3 Nineveh, Assyria)
 
Qašo Išoc Be-Muro (Şengül)
1915-2015

Ciwardo, bi sëbbe du qewomo d hawila bu Sayfo mqabël di caskar tërk, kurmanj, mẖalmoye,... këtla bu tarix ëšmo rabo. Hawili zabno baš, harke mfatašli, maltamli ğalabe medonkat d komiḏoci w dlo komiḏoci. Disa, heš kit ğalabe medone, dlo kuḏcinanne cal Ciwardo. Hani hedi-hedi kolozam d laymi, lboy d howe tarix kobe maḏco...

Aẖnone, Aẖwoṯe,

Bu cwodo d këtli, lo Sayfo w qewomo l ẖuḏe komšayalno... Komšayalno cal meqëm w cal bëṯër mu Sayfo ste mën hawi? Qay w aydarbo hawi? Hani kobëllan sababe, adyawma qay bi ẖalaṯena? W hani layban tolinalle, aşlan lë kmëtloyi!... Mëqqa d tolinalle, yawmo ëlla, li ẖalo gëd nëfqi. Cayn xu Mgalyën d komër: Gelo taẖt me kefo lë kofëyš, yawmo ëlla gëd nofaq l larwal.

Qašo Išoc, meqëm d howe qašo bi qriṯo muxtarwa. Harke cam i muxtariye bdele d komaltam bnoṯo nacime w komawballe lë Sţanbël. Tamo mfalağwalle b kalla cal aş şuroye, cal ar rum, cal an armënoye w cal at tërk,....

Ḫţiṯo, wlo ẖḏo manne tërki, carabi, armënoyo,... lëḏciwa.

Bu cwodano, qašo Išoc cwëdle hul d azze l Amarika, lo matrakle. Mëqqa kalla mẖayşele? Maḏco latli!

Aẖna b Mëḏyaḏ, bi sëbbe di tajara d samwa ban niše, rabe w nacime uḏciwaynale. Noquşo mëḏyoyo dlo koḏacle.

Komarno b Ciwardo ste, noquşo nošo dlo koḏëc be mën samwa...

Komaẖëtno bolo, kul nošo komoyëd bërkoṯo ma şlawoṯo d këtwole, ”.... şluṯe caman, miẖasena ba şlawoṯayḏe...” hano mën šëkël mšiẖoyena?

Faqirkat da bnoṯo, hul adyawma, he l nošo abre d babo ste dlo mdafacle aclayye, hano haqqa mašiğena mi nošuṯo?

Af faqirkatani, sahmo xëlle samo w mayiṯi, hëna mẖalaqqe ruẖayye bam maye dë Sţanbël w mayiṯi, hëna maţën li karxana d Qarakoy (Karaköy). Hëna lar randewuye bë Sţanbël w hëna ste lan utelat...

Baynayye d hawëlle nacimkat, w an nacimkat mẖalqi qëm jamiyat bë Sţanbël.

Hani, ğalabe ciwarnoye w ğer mac ciwarnoye ste kuḏcënne, qay lo komëžğolënne? Ma a bnoṯani latwayye şuroye abne d şuroye?

Haka nošo këtle jawab, harke ţro dlo nëkfuṯo mjawable...

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