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A Statement to the Public Opinion in Support of Dialogue Culture and a Renouncement of the Hate Speech

2020-06-11
We, the representatives of the civil community institutions, were surprised with the statement issued on June 07, 2020 by a group of representatives of personalities and institutions who reject the steps of the Kurdish-Kurdish rapprochement.
Since we assure our humanitarian and moral attitude that is invariable and supportive of all the tracks of dialogue and negotiations in line with the Geneva track and Security Council resolutions 2118 and 2254 in particular and all the UN resolutions issued regarding the solution of Syrian crisis.
We reiterate our support of any rapprochement or understanding that is built between the entirety of the national Syrian frames or any transformation that adopts the language of dialogue as an alternative for the language of arms. As an aspect that leads to a comprehensive, sustainable and appropriate political solution that reconstruct the effects of the long war, consolidates civil peace and establish the bonds of coexistence. A resolution that guarantees the dignity, rights and freedoms of all components of the Syrian society, without exception or elimination.
Not to mention that we maintain this Kurdish-Kurdish dialogue in a positive vision by describing it as a necessary and urgent contribution within the national dialogues track, leading to satisfactory and comprehensive resolution for all Syrians.
Whoever drafted this statement has attempted to strike the national bond profoundly, by amounting to a hostile discourse that incites hatred among the people of one country. It also, promotes for the prolongation of the destructive war, and more rupture in the Syrian texture, through the dread of partition, which has become the most vulgar term of whomever tempt in marketing their suspicious projects.
The aforementioned statement, even though on its surface, have directly targeted the Kurdish component in particular, however what it actually aimed at, is striking societal cohesion and the pillars of civil peace in Syria in general.
Taking into consideration that the Kurds are a fundamental and original component in the country and that any solutions to the Syrian crisis will not genuinely see the light, if they do not include a fair and fundamental solution to the Kurdish issue. As well as, an explicit declaration of the legitimate national rights of the Kurds and the rights of the rest of the Syrian components by their diversity, within the framework of the unity of country.
In conclusion, we sincerely value the attitudes of all those who expressed their dissatisfaction and denunciation of the hostile and inflammatory language of the speech in the context of the statement. We also value the statements of various representatives of institutions and personalities who expressed their astonishment and disapproval of the process of listing their names as signatories to the statement, without their permission, approval, or even getting them informed.

We also hold those who drafted the statement, those who worked on republishing it on several social-media platforms and those who did not initiate the negation of signing it, the responsibility of creating and fuelling conflicts that have always been avoided by the components of the region throughout the ten years of war. This act is considered as blowing into the fire of sedition that did not have the opportunity to find the encumbered infiltration into the brotherly societal texture.


The Signatories:
1. Kurdish Organisation For Human rights in Syria
2. Human Rights Organization in Syria- MAF
3. Kurdish committee for Human rights.
4. Legal construction organization
5. ASO news network
6. Violation Documentation Center in North Syria
7. ASO Center for Consultancy and Strategic Studies
8. ASHNA for development
9. NGO Platform
10. Humanitarian Hope team
11. Swaaed For Development
12. Hope Makers
13. Taif Organization
14. Young for change
15. Kurdish legal Committee
16. International war and disaster victims protection associations
17. Jomard charity
18. Mitan Center to revive civil society
19. Mahabad Organization for Human Rights
20. Syrian Kurdish civil Forces Gathering
21. Eridu Center
22. Xunav Association
23. Anwar Al Ghad Organization
24. Rashid Hamou Social and Cultural Center
25. Lekolin for Legal Studies and Research
26. Assistance for Refugee Children Organization ARCO
27. Fratrnity foundation for human rights ffhr_Birati
28. Detainees of the Qamishlo uprising, March 12, 2004
29. HND
30. Zalal Civil Foundation in Syria
31. NABD
32. Syrian Kurd journalists union
33. Kurdish community of Oberhausen
34. Free Kurdish Women Organization
35. STEER Development Organization
36. The Union of Kurd Writers and Journalists in Syria
37. Defending the prisoners of opinion organisation - Rewangeh
38. Festgenommene Stimme von Häftlingen
39. The Kurdish Association of Writers in Norway
40. Komela rengîn herne
41. Qanadil Alamal Association
42. Welat Organization for media
43. Justice and building center
44. REWŞEN TV
45. TRAHM
46. Zagros pour les Droits de I’Homme
47. Hevy for Relief and Development
48. Ronak. verein e.V- Bochum
49. Inmaa Alfourt Organization
50. Kurdische Gemeinde Siegen
51. Komela Rengîn Dusseldorf
52. Europa voice
53. kawa cultural association/Bergisch Gladbach
54. Kurdish Social Council in Terbaspy
55. Adar Press - News site
56. EMAAR MANSURA
57. Syrian Kurds Association in Switzerland
58. Kurdistan Women Union - Syria
59. Slav center for civil activities
60. Ataa-Albagoz
61. Kurdish women union
62. Women For peace
63. Enaash Development Organization
64. Step
65. Benevolent imprint
66. DAN for Relief and Development
67. AZORA ALFORAT
68. Shamal charity association
69. Al-Diyar Society
70. Hajin technicians Organization
71. Al-Hasakah Organization for Relief and Development
72. Hope Smile
73. Ashti Centre
74. Future Makers Team
75. Hope Links for Development
76. kurdish center for studies and legal consultancy - yasa

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