With participation of about 250 women, dialogue forum kicks off
Meanwhile, a dialogue forum is being held in the city of Raqqa, under the slogan “In the spirit of the democratic nation philosophy, we are moving forward to achieve the physical freedom of Leader Ocalan.”
Today, in the city of Raqqa, the Zenobia Women’s Council organized a dialogue forum under the slogan, “In the spirit of the democratic nation philosophy, we move to achieve the physical freedom of leader Abdullah Ocalan.”
This comes within the framework of a series of events and activities launched by the Joint Events Platform for women's movements and organizations in NE Syria, on Monday (November 13), on the occasion of the approaching International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, which falls on November 25 of each year.
The forum, which is currently being held in the Meshwar Hall in Raqqa, is attended by about 250 individuals, members of women's organizations in NE Syria, and representatives of political parties.
The forum began with a minute of silence in honor of the souls of the martyrs. Then the spokeswoman for the Zenobia Women’s Association, Khoud al-Issa, gave a speech on behalf of the 4 councils in Tabqa, Raqqa, Deir ez-Zor and Manbij, in which she said: “Today we gather in a forum that includes pioneers in various fields who have proven their presence and left their mark so that modern history would record the exceptional participation of women through whom they were able to turn the tables and push for change on many issues.”
Khoud al-Issa added: “We, as Syrian women, live according to the thought and philosophy of Leader Ocalan, and we affirm our commitment to conveying the message of peace carried by the leader of humanity. We also work in the spirit and philosophy of women, life, freedom, and we move with steady and diligent steps to protect our project and liberate our leader.”
The dialogue forum continues by reading and discussing 4 main axes: (Raqqa, the brotherhood of peoples. Tabqa, women’s gender, life, and freedom. Manbij, culture and morals. Deir ez-Zor, geography and the concept of clans), that the conclusion will result in a number of recommendations.