​​​​​​​Noura al-Hamed: Manbji liberation is cornerstone of forming democratic project in areas liberated from ISIS

The Deputy co-chairmanship of the Executive Council of the Democratic Civil Administration in Manbij pointed out that the liberation of Manbij is a cradle for the establishment of the democratic project in areas liberated from ISIS/Daesh.

August 15 marks the sixth anniversary of the liberation of the city of Manbij from ISIS by the Manbij Military Council.

In this context, the Deputy co-chairmanship the Executive Body of the Democratic Civil Administration of Manbij and its countryside said "The liberation of the city of Manbij was a triumph worldwide, followed by the liberation of the city of Tabqa and Raqqa, to Baghouz, the last stronghold of ISIS/Daesh mercenaries in Deir ez-Zor. On 15th August, it marked a dawn for the people and components of Manbij.

"the liberation of the Manbij city broke the thorn of terrorism and its supporters and financiers in the region. When the city of Manbij was liberated, support for it ceased. This led to the complete collapse of the throne of ISIS," she said.

Noura noted "the people of North and East Syria participated in the liberation of the city of Manbij. The people of Manbij participated in the liberation of other areas such as Tabqa, Raqqa and also martyred in those areas and campaigns, and stated: "Through the liberation of Manbij and its countryside, we see the beginning of the establishment of a democratic project in areas liberated from ISIS/ Daesh mercenaries."

She added: "The liberation of Manbij was the foundation of Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA), the establishment of civil and military administrations and institutions and the undermining of the will and dreams of ISIS/Daesh mercenaries."

Noura noted that the city of Manbij has a social fabric that includes all the people of North and East Syria with the support of the democratic nation project.

In conclusion, Noura al-Hamed said, "As we know, this city has never had any kind of democracy. There was marginalization of women and components. After the liberation of the city, democratic thought spread among all its sons and it had a great imprint on entrenching democratic principles in North and East Syria."

The campaign to liberate the city of Manbij began on 1 June 2016 by the Manbij Military Council; In response to the call of the city's inhabitants to rid them of ISIS/Daesh mercenaries, the campaign ended with the liberation of the city from ISIS/Daesh on 15 August that same year.

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