An activity was held by the Culture Body in the Jazira Canton to honor Kurdish singer Faris Bavê Firaz as a tribute to his efforts in the service of the Kurdish folklore in 50 years.
With the attendance by the Internal Security Forces, General Command of the Syrian Democratic Forces discussed with the Culture Body of the Autonomous Administration means of coordination to give protection to all archaeological sites in North Eastern Syria.
The representative of the Syrian Democratic Council in Egypt, Sihanouk Dibo, issued a book entitled “The Kurdish Question at the Cairo Conference 1921.. Issues and Dimensions”, in which he deals with the division of the countries of the Middle East region and the shadows they cast on the Kurdish issue.
Afrin sculptors who participated in the exhibition of fine arts in al-Shahba canton said that they embodied in their works the pain of the Syrian people in general, and the Afrinis in particular, and depicted their suffering during their migration from their homes during its occupation.
Lawyer Esmat Ibrahim said that the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries' violations in the occupied territories against antiquities are considered war crimes under the international laws, stressing the need to hold the perpetrators accountable.
Social media is considered one of the most used methods in the special war against peoples, especially in the modern era, when cell phones enter every home, in addition to the issue of recruiting agents that comes in an advanced level in terms of danger, which are means that pave the way to striking society from the inside.
The Rojava Kurdistan Intellectuals Union is preparing to launch the first round of a poetry competition for young poets at the level of Rojava regions.
The Religious Affairs Foundation of the Civil Council in Raqqa continues its work in rebuilding the Church of the Martyrs in the city center, which was destroyed by ISIS mercenaries.
A delegation by representatives of Cultural Unions of Rojava have met representatives of some cultural bodies and associations in Southern Kurdistan, in a bid to find ways for unifying positions and Kurdish cultural address in divisive issues amid fears of Kurdish infighting.
Yesterday morning, activities of the Second International Book Fair in the city of Sulaimaniye, Southern Kurdistan, were set off, with the participation of various local and international publishing and printing houses, in addition to some publishing houses from Western Kurdistan, Rojava.