Lina Barakat: Women in al-Tabqa managed to reap benefits of their revolution

Lina Barakat has praised the role and achievements of women in al-Tabqa "Nearly two years after the liberation of al-Tabqa city, women have been able to reap the benefits of their revolution in order to prove their right to life and contribute to changing the well-established concepts in society about women's freedom."

AL-TABQA

During the conference, the spokeswoman of the Syrian Women's Council, Lina Barakat, said that the society is based on production, progressing creatively, production and creativity are only hindered by fear and can only live in freedom from all restrictions

Lina Barakat added: "For a long time, this fear was the companion of the women's path in Syria, which hindered their activities and prevented them from advancing in society because of the intellectual system of the surrounding masculine society where women in Syrian society had no space to express their position on matters Religion and society and politics and the types of restrictions that paralyzed the movement of women and in particular, the women have severely suffered during IS domination.

Lina Barakat praised the role and achievements of women in al-Tabqa "Nearly two years after the liberation of al-Tabqa city, women were able to reap the benefits of their revolution in order to prove their right to life and contribute to changing the well-established concepts in society about women's freedom. As it became aware of the importance of using the conditions in favor of them and the establishment of institutions that adopt an ideology that contributes to the liberation of women affected by the war. This has contributed significantly to changing the mentality of women themselves, which will contribute greatly to shaping the foundations of the new Syrian society.

Lina Barakat praised the role of Syrian women, and stressed that it is a matter of pride that achievements included all political, military, social, economic and cultural fields.

And many words will be delivered in the conference.

(T/S)

ANHA


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