Hakam Khalo: regime must abandon excluding the other mentality

The co-chair of the Legislative Council in al-Jazeera region said that the Syrian regime must abandon the mentality that excludes the other "which follows the one language and one nation," during a ceremony to commemorate martyrs in al-Hasakah canton.

In a ceremony in Martyr Dijwar shrine in al-Dawoudiya village, hundreds of people from al-Hasakah canton commemorated martyrs were fell in March, including the martyrs of the March 20, 2015 massacre in al-Hasakah city, which left 53 martyrs.

The ceremony started with a minute of silence, after which speeches were made by a member of Martyrs' Families Council in the city of al-Hasakah Muhammad Dawoud and the leader of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Shiyar Hasakah.

The words offered patience and solace for the families of the martyrs and stressed that the martyrs were martyred for the sake of freedom and dignity. They also pledged to follow the footsteps of martyrs "until freedom and dignity are achieved."

"Without our martyrs we would not have gathered here on this pure land," said the co-chair of the Legislative Council in al-Jazeera region Hakam Khalo.

"The Syrian Democratic Forces have defeated Daesh mercenaries," he said. "Now, as a people, we must work to remove the mercenaries' ideology, which is to encourage the obscurantism. This will happen by spreading the ideology of the democratic nation."

"The Syrian regime must abandon its mentality, which excludes the other and recognizes the one language and one nationality," he added.

At the end, the names of the martyrs were read by a member of the Martyrs' Families Council, Rojda Ahmad, to end the memorial ceremony by chanting the slogans that salute the victory and glorify the martyrs.


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