Hawar news agency plan ANHA 5-6-2024

Hawar news agency plan ANHA 5-6-2024
6 May 2024   02:00

The Ottoman Empire is considered one of the countries that committed the most massacres against the people of the region, including Arabs, Kurds, Syriacs, and Armenians. Despite the passage of many years, these massacres are still continuing at the hands of the neo-Ottomans represented by the Justice and Development Party and its allies in Turkey.

At dawn on May 6, 1916, the Ottoman authorities executed the death sentence against 21 national intellectuals, whose only concern was to liberate their country from Ottoman rule that had lasted more than 400 years. 14 of them were executed in Burj Square in central Beirut, whose name was later changed to Martyrs’ Square, and 7 in Marjeh Square in Damascus, after they were accused by the ruler of the Levant at that time, Jamal Pasha al-Saffah, of communicating with British and French intelligence (enemies of the Ottoman Empire). In World War I, which was in its third year that year).

The farmers of the city of Al-Shaddadi took a number of measures to protect their agricultural crops, and formed volunteer groups to guard them to prevent the outbreak of fires. (Attached with pictures and video).

The Authority for Culture and Antiquities in North and East Syria is preparing to open a museum to document the crimes of ISIS mercenaries and the Turkish occupation. (Attached with pictures and video).

Under the auspices of the Young Women’s Union at the level of the North and East Syria region, the “Democratic Nation and Women’s Confederation” conference will be held under the slogan “With women, life is freedom towards the women’s revolution,” at the Muhammad Shekhwa Center for Culture and Art in Qamishlo at 11:00 (attached with photos - video). ).

The documentary film Jinwar, which revolves around the village of Jinwar (Jinwar), will be shown at the Muhammad Sheikho Center for Culture and Art in the city of Qamishlo, at 17.00, (photos and video attached).

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