Al-Jawala clans: Ocalan encouraged us to raise the pace of struggle

Sheikh Abdul Rahman al-Rashid has pointed out that the leader Ocalan has a great influence on the people of the region, and said" Despite his isolation, he is aware of all the issues in the Middle East and has the keys to a solution," he said. He explained that his message is a matter of pride, and encouraged them to raise the pace of struggle.

During his last visit on August 12, Kurdish leader Abdullah Ocalan sent a message, praising the Arab in Syria, the message was welcomed by Arab tribes and considered a message of pride.

Sheikh Abdul Rahman al-Rashid, a prominent clan in Al-Jazeera region, noted that the message sent by the leader Ocalan to the Arab tribes was expected and not surprising, and said" A message from a great leader like Ocalan who is fighting for the people of the region is a source of pride, giving us more motivation to raise the pace of the struggle and move forward in building a free life."

Al-Rashid pointed out that the leader Ocalan has a great influence on the people of the region, and said "Despite his isolation, he is aware of all the issues in the Middle East and has the keys to a solution.

Sheikh Abdul-Rahman al-Rashid explained that the people of the region have maintained the cohesion built by parents and grandparents between the components of the region for hundreds of years, according to the principles of the democratic nation put forward by the leader Ocalan.

Al-Rashid pointed to the necessity of defending the land and the cohesion of the components, explaining that it is a human and moral duty that falls on all Arab tribes, He said: "We have made with the rest of the components a lot of sacrifices in order to create a free and democratic society for all Syrians, and we continue to struggle."

Sheikh Abdul-Rahman al-Rashid thanked the leader Ocalan and stressed that the Arab tribes went behind their children within the military forces and to preserve the territorial integrity of Syria and ward off danger to society.

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ANHA


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