“Our goal is to achieve stability, unity, a democratic future for Syria, and decentralization of the government. Our project represents the foundation of a great solution for all of Syria.”
In a strong sign of unity, elders of a large number of Arab tribes met with General Mazlum Kobani, re-affirming their commitment to the principles of democracy.
Ahmed discussed human rights violations by Turkey and Turkish-backed militias, the occupation of Afrin, and other issues.
Sinam Sherkany Mohamad presented at two panels to highlight the human rights violations occurring in North and East Syria, especially in Afrin.
“Being a Kurd means that you have a politics combined with military action, and it is not possible to protect the Kurdish people without doing both.”
After a shocking video of detained women found naked, organizations across the world demanded an end to Turkish occupation.
“Turkey is now threatening the crucial population centers of Kobane and Qamishli,” said Nadine Maenza, Vice Chair of the USCIRF.
The WHO claimed on Twitter that they had shipped aid to North and East Syria, but so far no aid has been received by AANES.
Testing for COVID is very difficult to obtain, so no reliable estimates exist for the number of cases and deaths.
A letter by four key US Congressmen asks the US to support the opening of border crossings and the flow of humanitarian aid into North and East Syria.