KAL introduces featured articles to Kurdish Language at this section. You may email us an electronic version of your article to be posted at KAL. The featured articles are for public view. The registered users will be able to comment on articles. Membership to KAL is open to all callers. KAL collects and represent articles and essays on Kurdish language in any language of dates. Please provide us with references which might be important from Kurdish linguistic point of view.
Featured articles are considered to be selected articles by KAL’s editorial. Before being listed here, articles are reviewed at KAL. The Featured article candidates for accuracy, neutrality, completeness, and style according to our featured article criteria. A featured article exemplifies our very best work and features professional standards of writing and presentation. In addition to meeting the requirements for all KAL articles, it has the following attributes.
1. It is—
(a) well-written: its prose is engaging, even brilliant, and of a professional standard;
(b) comprehensive: it neglects no major facts or details;
(c) factually accurate: claims are verifiable against reliable sources, accurately represent the relevant body of published knowledge, and are supported with specific evidence and external citations; this requires a “References” section in which sources are listed, complemented by inline citations where appropriate;
(d) neutral: it presents views fairly and without bias; and
(e) stable: it is not subject to ongoing edit wars and its content does not change significantly from day to day, except in response to the featured article process.
It follows the style guidelines, including the provision of:
(a) a lead—a concise lead section that summarizes the topic and prepares the reader for the detail in the subsequent sections;
(b) appropriate structure—a system of hierarchical headings and a substantial but not overwhelming table of contents (see section help); and
(c) consistent citations—where required by Criterion, consistently formatted inline citations using either footnotes.
Images. It has images and other media where appropriate, with succinct captions and acceptable copyright status. Non-free images or media must satisfy the criteria for inclusion of non-free content and be labeled accordingly.
Length. It stays focused on the main topic without going into unnecessary detail.