Recently, the voices of the Kurds in Rojava and abroad urged the necessity of uniting the Kurdish ranks, to deter attacks of the Turkish occupation, and to thwart the plots against the Kurdish people in northeastern Syria and Kurdistan in general.
In this regard, Kurdish writers and intellectuals in northeastern Syria explained that the Kurdish people united their speech, and Kurdish parties and forces in Rojava and Kurdistan should unite.
The writer Jan Ibrahim explained that the Kurdish people are going through a crucial stage, and writers, poets and intellectuals should unite their ranks, and said: “As long as the Kurdish people clarify their position, why do we not unite?
Ibrahim called on writers and intellectuals to place their pens in the service of the unity of the Kurdish people, the achievements made and the resistance of the military forces represented by People's Protection Units(YPG), Women's Protection Units (YPJ) and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) which have established themselves on the ground, and said: "We are going through a crucial stage and the Kurdish people face a lot of pain, we have to turn it into joy for the unity of the Kurdish forces, and to end the attacks of the Turkish occupation army. "
'Political parties should put their party interests aside and work for the future of the Kurdish people'
Ibrahim stressed that the Kurdish people are subjected to violent attacks, and he said: "Intellectuals must show the world what the Kurdish people are exposed to, and put solutions for what we are going through and unify their position on the Turkish attacks."
Ibrahim called on political parties to put their partisan interests aside and work for the field and the future of the Kurdish people.
The writer Talal Hussein likened what happened to the displaced Syrians of Serekaniye, Girê Spi and Afrin, with what happened in Halajba in 1988, and continued by saying, "We cannot forget the tears of the displaced of Serekaniye and Girê Spi and Afrin streaming under the tents as a result of the attacks of the Turkish occupation army. Children, women and elderly people were displaced from their areas and from their villages and their cities, and all their property was looted by the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation, "
He called on intellectuals, writers and academics to expose the practices and violations of the Turkish occupation army through their pens.
Hussein affirmed that the Kurdish people are subjected to systematic extermination attacks, and therefore requires uniting the Kurdish house. He said: “We call with one voice, we raise our pens, and we write."