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Cigerxw n or Cegerxw n pronounced Jigar Khwin 1903 October 22, 1984 was a renowned Kurdish polymath and nationalist.He is known to be one of the most influential Kurdish writers and poets in the Kurdistan region of the Middle East, and his work has been renewed for the creation of hundreds of songs and played a crucial role in the preservation of Kurdish cultural heritage.Cigerxw n s real name was Sheikhmous Hasan His pen name, Cigerxw n, means bleeding liver in the Kurdish language He was born in the Kurdish village of Hesar close to the city of Batman, within the then Ottoman Empire, now in south east Turkey The year of his birth is known, but no documentation exists to indicate the day and month In 1914, at the beginning of World War I, his family became refugees and fled to Amude near the city of Qamishli in present day north eastern Syria.Cigerxw n studied theology and became a cleric in 1921 He and his compatriots established a Kurdish association in Amude In 1946 he moved to Qamishli and became involved in politics In the same year, he became the secretary of Civata Azad Yek tiya Kurd Kurdish Freedom and Union Front In 1948 he joined the Communist Party of Syria and became the Party s candidate for the Syrian Parliament in 1954 He left the Communist Party in 1957 to create the Azad Freedom organization After a period of time, this new party was united with the Kurdish Democratic Party of Syria.Cigerxw n was arrested and jailed in Damascus in 1963 and was eventually exiled to the city of Siweyda In 1969 he moved to Iraqi Kurdistan, where he became involved in the Kurdish uprising led by Mustafa Barzani In 1973 he went to Lebanon where he published his widely publicized poetry collection K me Ez Who Am I In 1976, he returned to Syria, but three years later, at the age of 75 or 76, he again fled to Sweden He was able to publish several collections of poetry in Sweden.Cigerxw n died in Stockholm at the age of 80 or 81 His body was returned to Kurdistan and buried at his house in Qamishli.Works edit Cigerxw n began writing poetry in 1924 After the collapse of Sheikh Said s rebellion, he became a member of Xoyb n Independence party, which was established by the exiled Kurdish intellectuals in Syria.He started contributing to the Kurdish Journal Hawar in 1927 by publishing poems His poetry expresses the ideas of modern romanticism and realism while maintaining the classical form of traditional Kurdish poetry In his poems, he sharply criticizes the backward feudal and religious establishments which were considered as the main reason for the Kurdish workers and peasants miserable living conditions He also maintained that these backward forces are the main obstacle to ultimate Kurdish freedom and independence In 1961, he created a new Kurdish language department, focused on Northern Kurdish Kurmanji , at the University of Baghdad During the same period, he was working in the Kurdish section of Radio Baghdad.Cigerxw n Jigarkhwin wrote in the Kurmanji dialect and his poetry has had such an enormous influence on the Kurdish people and culture throughout the Kurdistan region in the Middle East, that the time period during his writing is often called the Jigerkhwin period in Kurdish poetry He took good care of the old heritage from classical Kurdish poets like Jaziri and Ahmad Khani His poetry is simple and revolutionary with a strong popular appeal often at the expense of the aesthethic He published eight collections of his poems, a book on Kurdistan s history, a Kurdish language dictionary and a book on Kurdish folklore Wikipedia

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