A network of Nazi professors and MIT the Turkish Secret Service

I remember, it was 1998, in a phone conversation with Martin van Bruinessen, he said:

“Kurds are liars; they lie, they told me that Abraham was a Kurd, but I could not find any evidence or indication for that; they add the title of Doctor to their names but cannot say when, where and from which university they are graduated.”

I had no reason yet to think he is a reproduced Nazi professor, but I was surprised of his generalization arguments and told him “because individuals or a group of the Kurds lying, you cannot mark the Kurds as liars. You are falling back on racist arguments, you are an anthropologist and you should use scientific principles”.

Immediately after that, I sent him a document with literary archaeological sources (published in Berai 2002, 2003, 2005 and Berai 2011), which indicate the fact that indeed Abraham was a Kurd and I asked for his reaction. He did not answer me. On the contrary they have behind the scenes managed to avoid my work is taken seriously. They still continue their manipulative practices and have been able to prevent the scientific world to correct the affected culture and history thrust upon society about the ancient Near East.

On October 23, 2011, I received a message says “I saw your good advert on amazon, I have circulated an email to Kurdish Studies Network about your book. You should contact Welat for your book details go to the network directly so that members can contact you. Email:  welatzedan@hotmail.com  for further info see: http://groups.google.com/group/kurdishstudiesnetwork?hl=en.”

After I joined, I saw comments following the circulation of the advert of my book within the Kurdish Studies Network, there were, in 15 minutes, quick reactions and personal attack of Professor Martin van Bruinessen and Professor Adriano V. Rossi, to my book, without reading it.

They did not expect me there. My response to the reactions of Martin van Bruinessen and Adriano Rossi, does not pass through the moderation, rejected by the moderation team of Kurdish Studies Network, my response (October 25, 2011) that – With the apportioning of Kurdsán to Iran, Turkey, Syria and Iraq, the western imperialism established a false educational system to discourage the Kurdish national identity, as contributing to the destruction and disappearing of Kurdish in the falsely reproduced nations and to assimilate Kurdish generations and convert them to Iranians, Turks, Syrians and Iraqis. Since then they educate Kurdish generations according to that political agenda in order to uproot the Kurds and Kurdish.

The contemporary program Middle Eastern Studies “Persian, Arabic, and Turkish Languages and Cultures” at the Western universities is an example, in order to adopt new generations and mislead the world public opinion. That is the reason that Martin and his collogues are interested in Kurdish.

Martin van Bruinessen is professor at the Utrecht University, Netherlands, department of the “Persian, Arabic, and Turkish Languages and Cultures”) and Adriano V. Rossi, Chair of Iranian Philology, Dept. of Asian Studies L’Orientale University, Naples Italy.

My discovery began with the Elam and Elamite inscriptions. But in the course of the research became obvious that all ancient Near Eastern texts, which are falsely named Elamite, Sumerian, Babylonian, Akkadian, Hittitian, Assyrian, Syriac, Hurrian, Persian etc., are scribed in Kurdish tribal languages.

The research has been constant hindered by opposition of a number of Dutch reproduced Nazi-professors and the patrons of the Nazi’ pseudo-scientific heritage, also by some Dutch government agencies, who are partly responsible for falsifying of historical documents and the identity of the Kurdish nation. Martin van Bruinessen is one of them; please see the Application in European Court of Human rights http://www.elamirkan.net/?p=415

See also – Patrons of the Nazi heritage prepare propaganda against the “Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon)” They draw the youth into the struggle http://www.elamirkan.net/?p=519 -, that was my reaction to an article appeared in the October 18, 2011.

These pseudo professors, specialist in Kurdish studies, who have no understanding of the real Kurdish, have been produced according to the Nazis’Aryanization program and the present falsely adopted educational sources to practise the uprooting process of Kurds to transform them, unconsciously and gradually, to Turks, Arabs and Iranians. They provide and educate people with false information about Iranians and Kurdish identity, history and culture.

Consequently they are unskilled for any scientific discussion, but misuse their (corrupt) positions and there are always unscrupulous and idiot Kurds, like Mr. Hassan Qazi, to be used.

The Kurdish Studies Network is a network of Turkish Secret Service (MIT) and reproduced Nazi professors in which they adopt the Kurds to castrated characters and manipulate people who are interested in study of Kurdish.

In my reaction to the news (last page of the Reactions, below) –

International Conference THE ZAZA PEOPLE: HISTORY, LANGUAGE, CULTURE, IDENTITY – Yerevan, Armenia, 28-30 October 2011.

The Conference was organized by the International Journal (BRILL, Leiden-Boston) “Iran and the Caucasus” the Study of Iranian Ethnic Groups of the Region. In commemoration of the 155th anniversary of the great German-Armenian scholar, pioneer of the Zaza Studies, Academician FRIEDRICH CARL ANDREAS (BAGRATOUNI) (1846-1930), – I said:

I would like to recommend everyone interested in this issue to read Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon) (pg. 29, 67, 73-5, 125-126, 232), before join the conference, since the culture and history thrust upon society about the Zázá people is inadequate and deceptive, based on Aryanization in the historical and cultural meanings. In the Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon) I have substantiated it by archaeological ancient texts in regard to Zázáian people.

I call for a serious re-evaluation of what is being put out in academic works and to the public about ancient Near East.

Apparently, they were too sensitive for my latest post concerns The Conference by the International Journal (BRILL, Leiden-Boston), subsequently they removed directly my email from The Kurdish Studies Network ‎mailing list and excluded me from the network, without further notice.

The reactions:

Dear all,

Just in case some of you may be inclined to take this book seriously on its own terms, it may be useful to observe that Mr Berai’s earlier work, in which he set out to “prove” that Kurdish is not a member of the Iranian family of languages but is in fact rooted in the ancient language of Elam, Elamite, is perhaps interesting as a radical example of invented tradition, but is in violation of all existing scholarship as well as common sense. The few linguists with serious knowledge of Elamite told him how absurd his desire to find an Elamite origin for Kurdish is (because the languages are entirely unrelated), but this did not deter Mr Berai.

I have not seen this new book by Berai, but the title alone gives a good indication of his “scholarship.” Such works may be amusing for their word play, and may be of interest for a study of nationalist pseudo-science (comparable to the Turkish History Thesis and the Sun-Language Theory pushed by Turkish nationalists in the 1930s), but they should not be confused with real academic scholarship.

Best,

Martin van Bruinessen

Dear Martin,

I fully agree with you. We use similar essay in our university courses to give an idea to young students on how a tradition is invented in modern times (in the past, even recent past, the elaboration was a bit more complex.). Consider that Elamite belonging is highly evaluated even in Iran, because the Elamite civilization is believed to be ancestral to the Iranian land, while the Iranians themselves are believed to be rather recent newcomers. Similar publications are by now rather frequent in Iran, too. Yours Adriano

Prof. Dr Adriano V. Rossi Chair of Iranian Philology Dept of Asian Studies L’Orientale University, Naples (Italy)

 

Dear Professor Bruinessen and Roosi,

Thank you so much for your explanations.

Yes, he is one of the kind of the Turkish nationalists in the 1930s.

Best,

Hassan Ghazi

 

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On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 1:08 AM, Hamiit Qliji Berai <hqbe…@gmail.com>wrote: New scientific development, discovery of the Kurdish history, civilization and identity.

Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon) By Hamiit Qliji Berai

Look inside “Bible Discovered” online available on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/dp/1466316187/ref=tsm_1_fb_lk

Bible (name of the patriarchal books) is derived from the Babel (Babylon), which means “fatherly, patriarchal”.

The contemporary adapted terms the ancient countries or languages and civilizations of the Elamite, Sumerian, Babylonian, Akkadian, Hittitian, Assyrian, Syriac, Hurrian, etc., cannot stand, that were Kurds and Kurdish languages recognizable in the present myriad Kurdish languages. And such civilizations never existed in such a manner….

www.elamirkan.net

 

From: kurdishstudiesnetwork@googlegroups.com On Behalf Of Jowana <jowana@ualberta.ca> Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 8:21 AM

I will purchase it tonight. Looking forward to reading your book!

Thank you!

 

On Oct 25, 8:43 am, Christine Allison <allison.christ…@gmail.com> wrote:

I hope the members of the Network will forgive me for wasting their time by stating the obvious, but the word ‘Bible’ comes from the Greek *biblion*, *biblos *which used to mean ‘scroll’ (because it is connected to the word for ‘papyrus’, the plant that scrolls were made of) but then came to mean ‘book’. The New Testament was written in Greek, in a dialect which was called *koine *or ‘common’, ‘shared’ because it was the common language of the Eastern Mediterranean, used for communication and business. This word also gives us words such as ‘bibliography’ and ‘bibliotheque’.

For those interested in language use in Late Antiquity David Taylor (University of Oxford) has a nice book chapter on when people used Greek and when Aramaic:

“Bilingualism and Diglossia in Late Antique Syria and Mesopotamia”, in Bilingualism in Ancient Society: Language Contact and the Written Word, ed. J.N. Adams, M. Janse, & S. Swain (OUP, 2002) 298-331.

Cheers everyone

Christine

 

On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 9:10 AM, Hamiit Qliji Berai <hqbe…@gmail.com>wrote:

Dear Christine,

Yes, that is according the contemporary accepted etymologies for Bible and Papyrus.

But these words are more ancient than Greek. This Papyrus stands for the proper Pápyŕuš.

The word Babel (the adopted Babylon) stands instead of many other words, which are Kurdish words for father or fatherly, patriarchally. One of them is indeed Pápy-ŕuš means “in the manner of father, fatherly”. These subjects are discussed in Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon) pg. 61-83.

Hamiit Qliji Berai

 

From: kurdishstudiesnetwork@googlegroups.com On Behalf Of ROJ ruwange Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 1:05 PM

Thanks Christine for your explanation. As you have stated: “reliance on spurious etymologies does a disservice to us all, and especially to the Kurdish people”.

Those who adamantly object the Kurdish distinct identity, insist the word “Kurd(t)” is derived from the sound of the feet on the snow in mountains, e,i Kar+Kurt , Kar means snow in Turkish.

So this sort of word mongering, as ‘Elamite(zing) Kurdish is more or less the same approach, although it may may be motivated by an opposite perception, but the outcome is the same, It should not be taken seriously!

Best,

Hassan Ghazi

 

2011/10/25 Güllistan Yarkın <gullistanyarkin@gmail.com>

Hi, this discussion has made me curious and I’ve looked at the Oxford dictionary. According to that the origin of the “bible”: Middle English: via Old French from ecclesiastical Latin biblia, from Greek (ta) biblia ‘(the) books’, from biblion ‘book’, originally a diminutive of biblos ‘papyrus, scroll’, of Semitic origin

http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/Bible

 

On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 3:19 AM, Christine Allison <allison.christine@gmail.com>wrote:

Indeed, biblion probably isnt originally a Greek word (like ‘woinos’, ‘wine’). It is likely to be from a local language. But that doesnt change the fact that the word ‘bible’ comes from the Greek. The New Testament was written in Greek. I refer readers back to the previous postings by Martin van Bruinessen, Adriano Rossi and Hassan Ghazi, and add that they may wish to compare this book with Joseph Yahuda’s famous ‘Hebrew is Greek’ or consult Geoffrey Lewis’ reputable scholarly book ‘The Turkish Language Reform: A Catastrophic Success’ especially the chapter about Sun Language theory.

I’m afraid I dont have time to contribute further on this strand; I have contributed this far because we (both Kurdish and not) are all working quite hard to establish strong scientific and disciplinary frameworks in Kurdish studies, and there are some brilliant Kurdish historians and linguists researching and publishing now. But reliance on spurious etymologies does a disservice to us all, and especially to the Kurdish people.

Christine

 

On Tue, Oct 25, 2011 12:46 PM Hamiit Qliji Berai <hqbe…@gmail.com>wrote:

I see also no any reason to justify your assumption Christine, you cannot say “But that doesn’t change the fact that the word ‘bible’ comes from the Greek”. Which fact are you talking about it?

Hamiit

 

From: Welat Zeydanlioglu [mailto:welatzeydan@hotmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 10:41 AM To: hqberai@gmail.com Subject: New scientific development, discovery of the Kurdish history, civilization and identity

Dear Mr Berai, You have sent a message to the Kurdish Studies Network in which you call another member of the network for a Nazi. This personal attack is not necessary nor acceptable. We try to not moderate the discussion on the network so that everyone can freely express their opinions. There is no tolerance for personal attacks nor the need for it, especially when we can have much-needed constructive debates instead. If this type of personal attacks are repeated your email will be removed from the network mailing list. with regards,

Welat Zeydanlioglu Kurdish Studies Network

From: hqberai@elamirkan.net To: welatzeydan@hotmail.com Subject: RE: New scientific development, discovery of the Kurdish history, civilization and identity Date: Tue, 25 Oct 2011 12:09:25 +0200

Mr. Zeydanioglu,

This is a very wrong decision by you; I cannot understand the reason behind that, except immorality. At least be a free man. My response to their brutality is a scientific documentation, not personal attack. It should be discussed openly.

The work they systematically continue is a crime, they are Nazis. Let everyone know that, especially the Kurds. You have no right to challenge my response to their personal attack.

Hamiit Qliji Berai

 

From: Welat Zeydanlioglu [mailto:welatzeydan@hotmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 1:20 PM To: hqberai@elamirkan.net Subject: RE: New scientific development, discovery of the Kurdish history, civilization and identity

Dear Mr Berai, I have already explained to you that you do not have the right to call someone a Nazi. What is there to not understand? Kurdish Studies Network is a scientific network and the second message that you send to the network soon after joining contains a personal attack on another member. If this is repeated you will be excluded from the network. Best wishes, Welat Zeydanlioglu Kurdish Studies Network

 

From: kurdishstudiesnetwork@googlegroups.com On Behalf Of katharina.brizic@chello.at Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 4:26 PM To: kurdishstudiesnetwork@googlegroups.com Cc: Djene Bajalan

 

Dear Hamid Qliji Berai, dear all,

In comparison to most others in this network, I am a nobody in the field of Kurdish studies, although a very enthusiastic one; however – or maybe just because of this – I would like to openly say to Mr Hamid Qliji Berai: please stop this kind of discourse. Please accept in an interpersonally as well as academically appropriate manner that there is criticism on your work (as we all have to face criticism during all our research enterprises). It does not change things even in the least if persons are attacked by you in such a way; quite the contrary: it makes an outsider like me even more sure that you must be wrong, given the fact that your argumentation (see the links you contributed) seems to build on personal affront rather than scientific answers.

Remembering one of Welat’s earlier emails, and if I am not mistaken, this network has been established to make our work less “lonesome”, less secluded, by providing a platform where discussion is possible in a way quite different from everyday life (with its often very cruel, very banal face). Please let us stick to this initial intention. Let the network be and remain a platform based on mutual appreciation and respect.

Yours

Katharina

Austrian Academy of Sciences

Wohllebengasse 12-14, 1040 Vienna, Austria

Phone: 0043 – 664 – 32 68 008

Katharina.Brizic@oeaw.ac.at

Djene Bajalan <djene.bajalan@sant.ox.ac.uk> schrieb: This is amazing…

I would ask Mr. Hamiit Qliji Berai how and in what way this elamirkan institute was prevented from conducting its work? After all, his book was published. Mr Berai seems to be a Kurdish version of the Turk Tarih Kurumu! Moreover, how did these professors contribute to the genocide of the Kurdish people? I mean if these professors really did deny the existence of the Kurdish people, they would be discouraging genocide as they would be claiming that the Kurds were part of the Turkish/Arab/Persian nation – People are generally suffer genocide because they are unwilling or unable to assimilate into the dominant nationality (think of the Jews or Armenians).

This application to the ECHR is an embarrassment to Kurds – since it attaches a petty academic grievance (which in fact makes no sense anyhow) to the far more important issue of Dutch companies being involved in selling poisonous gas to Iraq.

 

From: kurdishstudiesnetwork@googlegroups.com On Behalf Of Michael CHYET Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2011 4:56 PM Subject: {Kurdish Studies Network} Fwd: [ISIS] PROGRAMME and ABSTRACTS – THE ZAZA PEOPLE: HISTORY, LANGUAGE, CULTURE, IDENTITY – Yerevan, Armenia, 28-30 October, 2011

 

Dear friends- Has this already been posted? Apologies for cross-postings. Best, MLChyet

Dear Colleagues,

In the Framework of the Celebration of its 15-th Anniversary, the International Journal Iran and the Caucasus (BRILL, Leiden-Boston) is organising a Conference “The Zaza People: Language, Culture, Identity”.

Please find the Programme as well as the Abstracts of the papers attached or follow the following links for the online versions.

The conference is open to the public.

PROGRAMME

http://www.armacad.info/conferences/the-zaza-people-language-culture-identity-28-30-oct-2011-yerevan-armenia/programme

ABSTRACTS

http://www.armacad.info/conferences/the-zaza-people-language-culture-identity-28-30-oct-2011-yerevan-armenia/abstracts

Sincerely yours, Khachik Gevorgyan

 

From: kurdishstudiesnetwork@googlegroups.com On Behalf Of Hamiit Qliji Berai

Sent: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 9:46 AM I understood, there is an International Conference THE ZAZA PEOPLE: HISTORY, LANGUAGE, CULTURE, IDENTITY – Yerevan, Armenia, 28-30 October, 2011 The Conference is organized by the International Journal (BRILL, Leiden-Boston) “Iran and the Caucasus” the Study of Iranian Ethnic Groups of the Region. In commemoration of the 155th anniversary of the great German-Armenian scholar, pioneer of the Zaza Studies, Academician FRIEDRICH CARL ANDREAS (BAGRATOUNI) (1846-1930)

I would like to recommend everyone interested in this issue to read Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon) (pg. 29, 67, 73-5, 125-126, 232), before join the conference, since the culture and history thrust upon society about the Zázá people is inadequate and deceptive, based on Aryanization in the historical and cultural meanings.

In the Bible Discovered: Bible = Babel (Babylon) I have substantiated it by archaeological ancient texts in regard to Zázáian people.

I call for a serious re-evaluation of what is being put out in academic works and to the public about ancient Near East.

There is also a press release online: http://www.elamirkan.net/?p=511

 

Hamiit Qliji Berai

www.elamirkan.net

 

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December 26, 2012,

Hamíit Qliji Bérai

 

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Hamíit Qliji Bérai is Hamid Ghelichi, born on July 26, 1960, in Béra, Ilam province, Eastern Kurdsán. That is the archaeological site Béra.xáni “Béra dukedom” (the Farsi Badreh). Hamíit studied independently multidisciplinary social sciences from 1979-1990, when the universities were closed in Iran for four years from 1979 -1983, because of islamization of the education system. From 1990, he has been of Dutch (Netherlands) nationality, a citizen of The Hague. Since 1994, Hamíit Qliji Bérai has dedicated his whole time to independently researching ancient Near East from the earliest human civilization "ancient Near East archaeology, cultural stratigraphy, language, philosophy, ethnography and the Bible". Hamíit Qliji Bérai is an independent full time researcher who since 1994 continuously researching archaeological sources for early culture, history and ethnography of the mankind in ancient Near East, all over the world in different universities including the University of Leiden Netherlands 1994-2003, the University of Oxford 2004-2005, the University of Cambridge 2006-2007, the University of Chicago 2007-2009, British Museum, London University and the British Library in London 2010-2012. He takes a different approach, a multidisciplinary scientific approach from the perspective Kurdish oral traditions consist of myriad languages, literature, names etc. of the sites where the ancient sources come from. His research has led to an adequate understanding of the ancient sources, which shows the world of the ancient Near East in a completely different way than some know it to be now. Books authored by H Q Bérai: http://www.elamirkan.net/