From the Junior Private School in Iraq we have received many designs. Thank you to each and every student for their lovely works. This first design has been drawn by Ali Sarwat Majed from Grade 7
Next we have designs by Lano Xasraw Grade 4, Mina Abdullah Grade 6 and Aisha Sinan Taha Grade 7.
The next two designs have been created by Zhir Omer Osman Grade 9 and Sara Jawad Mohmed Grade 7.
Peace by Lara Ahmed Saleh in Grade 7
Justice, Peace, Hope, Love, Joy, Happiness, Truce, Faith, Kindness by Raz Kawa Grade 7.
We care about Peace because we are the same by Aisha Sinan Taha Grade 7.
Designs by Ali Sarwat Majed Grade 7, Meer Zana Grade 6, Zanyar Hama Zyad Grade 7 and Helen Hewa in Grade 4.
Don’t let the behaviour of others destroy your inner Peace by Sarah Jawad in Grade 7
Peace of Earth drawn by Fatima Ali in Grade 6
Two designs by Bana Aram Grade 6 and Nma Mahdi Aziz Grade 8.
Thank you to Lazya Shaduman Grade 7, Zhala Omer Osman Grade 9 and Masty Mahmod Grade 9 for these drawings.
Peace by Sara Jawad Mohmed Grade 7
Peace is Life by Heshu Mohemed Grade 7
Peace is our Life by Ali Sarwat Majed Grade 7.
Lovely designs by Rozi Wirya Grade 6, Sara Jawad Grade 7 and Masty Mahmod from Grade 4.
Well done to Fatma Ali Grade 6 for the first colourful design. The second piece has been done by Raza Kawa Grade 7.
Raza says: We are all a family together, No more war, live peace, live happily. Love each other, don’t fight, help others – Smile. Peace in Kurdistan.
Here we have designs by Sako Mahmud Faraj Grade 6 and Rawan Waqas Grade 4. The third design by Zhala Omer Osman Grade 9 shows her expression of peace with flowers coming from the gun, while design 4 by Anya Hawkar Grade 7 says ‘no more war’ within her dove design.
Thank you to Banu Azad in Grade 8 for this descriptive design.
‘Peace’ by Zhir Omer Osman Grade 9.
Special thanks to the schools Principal Ranj and Mr Herdi for coordinating the project in the Junior Private School in Iraq and to the many students who have done such a wonderful job with their designs.
The National Flag of Kurdistan consists of a tricolor field and central emblem. Red stands for the martyrs of Kurdistan and the continued struggle for freedom. White stands for peace, freedom and equality. Green stands for Kurdistan’s nature, mountains, life and vitality. The sun disk (“Rozh” “Roj” “Roush”) has 21 rays, equal in size and shape and represents bright and freedom. The number 21 holds importance in the ancient Yazdani religious traditions of the Kurds.