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Celadet Bedir Khan

Celadet Bedir Khan (}|noKurdish

8; }|Celadet Alî Bedirxan|rtl=}}}}|, lit. }}}}/noinclude>; 26 April 1893 – 1951), also known as Mîr Celadet , was a Kurdish diplomat, writer, linguist, journalist and political activist. He held a master's degree in law from Istanbul University, completed his studies in Munich, and spoke several languages including Arabic, Kurdish, Russian, German, Turkish, Persian and French. He left Turkey
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