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Gilan-e Gharb (Kurdish:گیەڵان) (Persian: گيلانغرب; also Romanized as Gīlān-e Gharb; also known as Gharb) is the capital city of Gilan-e Gharb County, Kermanshah Province, Iran.
Gilan-e Gharb is the second resistant city after Khoramshahr, which was the first resistant city during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988). The city was a haven for Iraqi Kurds, who fled to their city after Saddam Hussein ordered genocide against them. The city is populated by Kalhor Kurds who are Shia Muslim. It is considered to be the literary center of the Southern Kurdish dialect. It has fostered many artists, poets, actors, and intellectuals.
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