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Halmat Palani is a Kurdish human rights activist, English teacher, and freelance writer based in Vancouver, Canada. Halmat was born as a refugee, and his personal journey has fueled his determination to make a difference. With a bachelor's degree in political science and international studies from Simon Fraser University, he channels his expertise to shed light on pressing issues.
Driven by an unwavering commitment to speaking truth to power, Halmat advocates for the rights of the marginalized and oppressed. His focus extends beyond national borders, as he strives to promote human rights and democracy throughout Iran and the Middle East. Halmat's writings delve into the complexities of the Kurdish Question, the Middle East, and foreign policy, offering thought-provoking insights and analysis.
Halmat's contributions have garnered recognition from reputable news organizations, including The Washington Times, The Jerusalem Post, Kurdistan24, Rudaw, and BasNews. Through his writing and activism, he aims to challenge oppressive systems and practices, stimulate meaningful dialogue, and foster positive change in the pursuit of a more just and equitable world.
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