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Another especially useful book is Dzhalile Dzhalil's study of the "socio-political life" of the Kurds.
(5) Dzhalile Dzhalil, Iz istorii obshchestvenno-politicheskoi zhizni kurdov v kontse XIX-nachale XX vv.
See Dzhalile Dzhalil, "Pervye kurdskie obshchestvenno-politicheskie organizatsii," Tiurkologicheskii sbornik 1973 (Moscow: Nauka, 1975): 172-75; and Jwaideh, Kurdish National Movement, 104-5.
Chirkov had been a consistent sympathizer of the Kurds, reminding colleagues who regarded Kurds as barbarous highlanders that "Kurds were not only bandits but also farmers, shepherds, graziers, city dwellers" (Dzhalil, Iz istorii, 105, 109).
For more Russian evaluations of Abdurrezzak, see Dzhalil, Iz istorii, 97-98.