Intellectuals: Kurdish unity must be achieved not limited to some parties only

Kurdish intellectuals believe that it is necessary to reach a comprehensive Kurdish national unity that is not limited to some parties only, and the need for intellectuals to play a major role in pushing that trend, amid in the absence of the media on the meeting and talks that are being held in the context of the unity of the Kurdish class.

The contents and discussions of recent meetings and talks taking place in northern and eastern Syria between the Kurdish political parties are deliberately absent from the media, especially since the region is witnessing a great competition between the international and regional parties aimed at uniting the Kurdish ranks, according to its claim, in its efforts to highlight its role with its own agendas.

The Kurdish national unity is the most important thing that the Kurdish people seek, and the Kurdish street considers it an urgent necessity to preserve the gains that have been made, specifically in the north and east of Syria, but the initiatives launched in this context are still facing obstacles from several parties, trying to thwart the unity, in line with its policies.

The meetings that bring together the so-called National Council "ENKS" and the Democratic Union Party (PYD) may be the most important ones that have been taking place in the region recently, but they have received strong criticism, especially from Kurdish intellectuals, given the limited meetings between only two parties, without the participation of all civil society organizations and other Kurdish political parties.

National unity must include all parties, and intellectuals should play their prominent role in it.

Hawar news agency ANHA explored the views of the Kurdish educated, the Kurdish writer Kony Rash said: "We are with the Kurdish unity, whether it is between two or more parties, what concerns us that there is a Kurdish national unity that includes everyone, whether ENKS, PYD, or other alliances, and they should not to move away from Kurdish unity and include everyone, and intellectuals must play a prominent role in this context. "

For his part, editor-in-chief of the Middle East Democratic Magazine Salah Muslim expanded to express his opinion about the reality of these meetings, so he said, "Any meeting between the Kurdish currents necessarily interests the Kurdish people," noting that the Kurdish parties (the Kurdish National Council) and ( Democratic Union Party) represent a wide segment of the Kurdish people in Rojava, and each of them has his views on solving the Kurdish issue, and any agreement between the two parties will undoubtedly serve the Kurdish issue.

He added, "We are not about who is right, and who is false, history is engraved, but we are about the path in the path of unity of the class, and whenever we want to unify the rows, we will start from this step inevitably, and these meetings that get positive in creating the general climate that presses on both parties, to search for a common, sustainable solution mechanism. "

The meetings between the two parties is not the best solution, because there are other trends.

Responding to the reasons for limiting the meetings between two parties, Muslim said, "There are political circumstances that led to the agreement being between these two parties only, and it is not the best solution for expressing and representing the Kurdish street, as there are other trends and visions that are different from these two parties."

Meetings are an important step towards a democratic solution, but they do not reflect societal democracy.

Muslim noted that these meetings between the two parties are an important step in the path to achieving a democratic solution, but they do not reflect the societal democracy that the Democratic Union Party seeks, and the Autonomous Administration in Rojava. International forces have a major role in this agreement, as this agreement is negotiating with the regime. The new world, which does not believe in the brotherhood of peoples, the diversity of cultures, and social democracy.

He said, "Politics is necessary to protect the gains of society, and protect it from wolves that want to be plundered in this democratic experiment in northern Syria by the testimony of the whole world."

Muslim stated that what is required from marginalized cultural, social and political activities and women's institutions and other institutions in Rojava is to realize the seriousness of the future if she does not play its political game, and he said, "They must realize that the path of resistance is still long, and he will continue against all forms of oppression, corruption, division and division, and every unitary step is considered to weaken the enemies of our democratic experience necessarily. "

In the conclusion of his opinion to Muslim, Muslim stated that this division served the enemy who always wanted the Kurds to remain weak, dispersed and helpless, and said, "The enemy still wants it, and it will continue to be so, not only in Rojava, but against the will of the Kurds in parts of Kurdistan in general." The Kurds entered in meaningless war, and they sacrificed tens of thousands of people in a fight that only the enemies benefited from, and still benefit so far.

The Kurdish political parties and parties have stated in previous statements to Hawar that they reject the restriction of meetings and meetings between the so-called Kurdish National Council "ENKS" and the Democratic Union Party "PYD".



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