A delegation by representatives of Cultural Unions of Rojava have met representatives of some cultural bodies and associations in Southern Kurdistan, in a bid to find ways for unifying positions and Kurdish cultural address in divisive issues amid fears of Kurdish infighting.
Yesterday morning, activities of the Second International Book Fair in the city of Sulaimaniye, Southern Kurdistan, were set off, with the participation of various local and international publishing and printing houses, in addition to some publishing houses from Western Kurdistan, Rojava.
The Port Said Library in the city of Al-Raqqa, was established in 1957. It has been reciving books for more than sixty years, but few people pay it a visit nowadays due to the Syrian war.
People in the district of Sheran, to the east of the city of Kobani, have regained one of the two archaeological lions that were transferred by the Syrian government to the city of Raqqa decades ago, after it being inflicted with massive damages after the city was occupied by the ISIS mercenaries.
A number of administrators in al-Shahba canton said that the Lilon International Film Festival is a message that proves to the world that the people of Afrin are attached to their culture and land and love freedom, humanity and peace.
During the crisis that erupted in 2011, archaeological sites and museums throughout the Syrian territories were subjected to damage and vandalism, and some of them were looted and vandalized in major violations of the right to the Syrian cultural and heritage heritage, which represents the history of Syria in general.
The fourth martyr Herkol Book Fair attracted visitors and participation from various components of the regions of northern and eastern Syria, as it became a gathering of diverse cultures and religions in the region.
A number of displaced Afrin intellectuals have initiated Al-Shahbah to open a library in the town of Tal Refaat, in a step to encourage reading and thought among the segments of society.
Intellectuals from the Union of Intellectuals of Rojava Kurdistan saw that achieving the unity of the Kurdish ranks is the only salvation to stop the genocide against the Kurdish people, and "this unity is what causes the concern of the Turkish occupation state."
The two-day fine art exhibition kicked off with its first day in Manbij and its countryside, , under the title "Manbij Raises the Art of its Children" under the auspices of the Culture and Art Center.
Under the auspices of the Mesopotamia Movement for Democratic Culture and Art in North and East Syria, it concluded its activities today in al-Hasakah city by presenting an exhibition of art paintings and manual works, in addition to presenting a theatrical performance under the title "Thrones of Oppression ", with the participation of a number of artists from the cities of al-Tabqa, al-Raqqa and Amuda district.