Hussein Mohamed Ali: Our project is civilized, there are calls to expand it

Hussain Mohammed Ali, the writer and cultural advisor to the Executive Council of the Euphrates region, said that Autonomous Administration is a civilized project in every sense of the word and there are voices to spread this experience throughout Syria. "By practical experience we succeeded in northern Syria, all components live in one trench in a high fraternal spirit."


The writer and cultural advisor of the Executive Council of Autonomous Administration in the Euphrates region Hussein Mohammed Ali commented on Autonomous Administration experience in light of the chronic crisis experienced by Syria 9 years ago, in an interview conducted by our agency.

"Syria resembles us and our people with all the components against this war and wants to end the crisis and live together in the spirit of the team in a pluralistic, democratic country," Hussein said.

"Our choice was rational and realistic, our region is living the best of Syria in general, and with time others saw we took the right path." he said.

In his response to the voices that deny the uniqueness of the various Syrian components, Hussein says, "These people are ignorant of the reality of the nation's power. Pluralism is an advantage, not a curse, and the difference of people, too.

"There are many countries such as the United States of America, Switzerland and many other countries that depend on the specificity of each state and it is one of the powerful developed countries," he said.

"We must spread a culture of acceptance of the other, whatever their color is," he said. "All of these colors are a great asset for the country, including our Kurdish people with a bright history." The Kurds have contributed to building Syria in all fields and have not demanded separation until this time." He said.

Hussein Muhamad Ali was a teacher in the Kobani schools for decades, until he took over the joint presidency of the Education Body following the announcement of Autonomous Administration in the region. Currently, he works as a cultural consultant in the Euphrates region. He also wrote a book deals with the history of Kobani since 1950.


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