The Education Authority in Afrin region said, “The Kurdish people have been deprived of practicing their language for many years, we want to live a decent life on our land and in our language, without the mother tongue, no human being will be entitled to a right.”
Syrian Democratic Forces, the SDF, have taken into custody 2 elements of the ISIS mercenary groups in charge of carry out assassinations in Deir Ezzor.
The Kurdish Language Association, the SZK, called on the international community to take rapid action against the bids to taken to obliterate the Kurdish language as well as the Kurdistan people to spare no efforts on the course to protect and develop their language.
The professor at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, Mahmoud Batel, explained that the countries occupying Kurdistan have deprived the Kurdish people of exercising their cultural rights with the aim of assimilating them and depriving them of their legitimate rights, he called on the international community to support education in northern and eastern Syria.
Health Body of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria announced today the deaths of three cases and the registration of four another by the COVID-19 pandemic in North Eastern Syria.
Teachers of the Kurdish, Arabic and Syriac languages said that after the establishment of the Autonomous Administration, they could learn in their mother tongue freely, stressing that the language is what keeps peoples alive.
Under '' Mother Language is A Universal Human Right'', and marking the International Mother Language Day, a dialogue forum is being organized by the Education Body of North Eastern Syria.
Hawar news agency's correspondent managed to document the identity of the child who died in the explosion that occurred yesterday, in al-Busayrah town, in the eastern countryside of Deir-ez-Zor, and reported that "14 civilians were wounded, including a child and his mother, and 4 others were critically wounded."
After midnight on Saturday - Sunday, the Damascus government forces carried out missile strikes on areas in Kansafra, Sufuhn, Falifel, and Fateira in the southern sector in Idlib countryside.
The areas occupied by Turkey and its mercenaries imposed on the Syrian people are among the most terrifying and starving Syrian areas, but they are the first to issue a Turkish identification card that the occupation mercenaries grant to the citizens.
The head of the Future Syria Party Council in Manbij, Adab Abboud, considered the ongoing Turkish attacks on the regions of northern and eastern Syria as attempts to thwart the democratic project in the North and East Syria regions, in light of international and Russian silence.