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The “Ethnic Genocide” forum ends its work with a concluding statement and a set of recommendations

Rojava Center for the Strategic Studies completed the works of the “Ethnic Genocide and Demographic Change” Forum in North and East Syria by reading the final statement of the conference.

The final statement read by the member of the Preparatory Committee, Leila Sawar, included a set of recommendations that were come up by the participants in the Forum:

The statement included the following:

At the invitation of the Rojava Center for Strategic Studies (NRLS) and under the name “Ethnic Genocide and Demographic Chang Forum: Agendas, Implications, and Defending Strategies); a large meeting was held in Rumailan, in the Gezira region in northeastern Syria, attended by over a hundred personalities, politicians, researchers, and human rights defenders,  civil society and the Autonomous Administration in Northern and Eastern Syria.

The attendees discussed, in their reports, the studies, and interventions, the ethnic genocide and demographic change carried out by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries in the occupied areas of northern Syria, and its various historical, political and legal dimensions, and looking for ways to stop these operations and hold their perpetrators accountable under the international laws and conventions, and how to deal with those operations.

The participants appreciated the key role that the People and Women Protection Units and the Syrian Democratic Forces played in combating terrorism with the support of the international coalition because of the positive impact on the security and peace of the international community, and the role of these forces in making  agreements with many parties internally or internationally to keep the people away from scourges of war and protect them from further ethnic genocide and demographic change. They also praised the stable and safe conditions that the areas of the Autonomous Administration of Northern and Eastern Syria enjoyed, compared to the chaos, insecurity and lack of stability in other regions of the Syrian geography, especially those under the occupation of the Turkish state.

We express our deep thanks to the management of the Rojava Center for Strategic Studies and appreciate all the participations and interventions, and the valuable inquiries that have come from the attendees.

We raise to the public opinion of the world a summary of the ideas from this Forum, which express the will of an elite group of literates, intellectuals, academics, jurists, and politicians in northern and eastern Syria, who have a constructive role in consolidating the peace and security situation that the region’s residents have enjoyed since 2011, in a form of proposals and recommendations that are considered to be among the most important points agreed upon by the attendees. That aims at stopping the genocide, ethnicity, stopping and ending processes of demographic change, liberating occupied land and returning the forcibly displaced to their homes, holding perpetrators accountable and bringing them to justice and compensating those affected by those practices; all within the framework of international humanitarian law and the relevant United Nations charters; the recommendations are as follows:

Documented reports, civilian victims numbers and the difficult conditions of the   forcibly displaced populations from their areas, taking over their property and  occupation  a part of the territory of a neighboring country, indicate that the Turkish state and its mercenaries have committed serious human rights violations and flagrant violations of international covenants and laws. This requires the international judicial bodies and organizations that defend the rights of human beings holding their responsibilities and obligations to provide justice to victims and hold perpetrators accountable.

The international community’s affirmation and commitment to international conventions, covenants, agreements, and resolutions will guarantee effective pressure on the Turkish state to stop the genocide and demographic change it is committing against the components of northern and eastern Syria, and to put an end to its negative interference in the affairs of the region. Achieving this needs the development of strategies and the implementation of joint political and human rights activities by the international community and the United Nations organizations, and the countries that sponsor the ceasefire agreements in northeastern Syria (USA and Russia) must oblige the Turkish state to stop its aggression on the region, end its occupation and allow the return of the population to their areas and properties in safe and secure conditions.

The Autonomous Administration in Northern and Eastern Syria is a guarantee to prevent the emergence of terrorist entities in the region that threaten international peace and security, has had an influential role in defeating the terrorist organization ISIS and pursuing its sleeping cells, and has credit for the state of peace and security in the region it manages; therefore, any attack or aggression against this administration will be for the benefit of terrorism and cause a humanitarian catastrophe, and this is what happened after the aggression of the Turkish state and its mercenaries on the region.  This matter requires from the international community to provide support  to this administration at all political, military and economic levels, and to include militias of the so-called “ the National Army” that have committed violations against the residents of the region on the list of terrorist organizations, as their actions and violations constitute a source of material, moral and military support for terrorist organizations, especially the Jabhet al-Nusra and ISIS terrorist organizations who support these militias with fighters and information and carry out bombings and assassinations by their sleeper cells.

The Autonomous Administration is the legitimate representative of the components in northern and eastern Syria, and  SDF – the legal forces in northern and eastern Syria – have sacrificed a lot to support international peace and security; and the absence of participation of representatives of the components of the region in the constitutional committee for the project to resolve the Syrian crisis presented by the international community is considered prejudice against these components; they are not concerned with or bound by any constitutional or legal formula in which you did not participate; it is the responsibility of the relevant institutions of the United Nations to involve the political will in northern and eastern Syria in all work and conferences related to solving the Syrian  crisis.

In order to achieve justice and peace, and to eliminate extremism that forms the core of hate culture, it is imperative to establish an international criminal court that is specialized in considering the violations and crimes committed in Syria in general, and northern and eastern Syria in particular; to prosecute the Turkish state and its mercenaries from reactionary fundamentalist militias such as ISIS, Jabhet al-Nusra, and factions under the wing “the National Army” for their war crimes and crimes against humanity, especially the crime of ethnic cleansing and demographic change against the inhabitants of the region as well as causing a humanitarian catastrophe and feeding extremism and a culture of hate for international or other international judicial bodies to do this duty.

The nature of the agendas and the size of the plot targeting the components of northern and eastern Syria, and what their ancestors were subjected to by the predecessors of the Turkish state, it is imperative for the components of the region with their various affiliations to close their ranks, cling to the soil of the homeland and raise the level of support for the Autonomous Administration of  Northern and Eastern Syria and the SDF, in addition to escalating the resistance at all cultural, economic, political and military levels to resist occupation and hegemony projects, and to preserve peace and national identity.

 ANHA

Rojava Center for the Strategic Studies completed the works of the “Ethnic Genocide and Demographic Change” Forum in North and East Syria by reading the final statement of the conference.

The final statement read by the member of the Preparatory Committee, Leila Sawar, included a set of recommendations that were come up by the participants in the Forum:

The statement included the following:

At the invitation of the Rojava Center for Strategic Studies (NRLS) and under the name “Ethnic Genocide and Demographic Chang Forum: Agendas, Implications, and Defending Strategies); a large meeting was held in Rumailan, in the Gezira region in northeastern Syria, attended by over a hundred personalities, politicians, researchers, and human rights defenders,  civil society and the Autonomous Administration in Northern and Eastern Syria.

The attendees discussed, in their reports, the studies, and interventions, the ethnic genocide and demographic change carried out by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries in the occupied areas of northern Syria, and its various historical, political and legal dimensions, and looking for ways to stop these operations and hold their perpetrators accountable under the international laws and conventions, and how to deal with those operations.

The participants appreciated the key role that the People and Women Protection Units and the Syrian Democratic Forces played in combating terrorism with the support of the international coalition because of the positive impact on the security and peace of the international community, and the role of these forces in making  agreements with many parties internally or internationally to keep the people away from scourges of war and protect them from further ethnic genocide and demographic change. They also praised the stable and safe conditions that the areas of the Autonomous Administration of Northern and Eastern Syria enjoyed, compared to the chaos, insecurity and lack of stability in other regions of the Syrian geography, especially those under the occupation of the Turkish state.

We express our deep thanks to the management of the Rojava Center for Strategic Studies and appreciate all the participations and interventions, and the valuable inquiries that have come from the attendees.

We raise to the public opinion of the world a summary of the ideas from this Forum, which express the will of an elite group of literates, intellectuals, academics, jurists, and politicians in northern and eastern Syria, who have a constructive role in consolidating the peace and security situation that the region’s residents have enjoyed since 2011, in a form of proposals and recommendations that are considered to be among the most important points agreed upon by the attendees. That aims at stopping the genocide, ethnicity, stopping and ending processes of demographic change, liberating occupied land and returning the forcibly displaced to their homes, holding perpetrators accountable and bringing them to justice and compensating those affected by those practices; all within the framework of international humanitarian law and the relevant United Nations charters; the recommendations are as follows:

Documented reports, civilian victims numbers and the difficult conditions of the   forcibly displaced populations from their areas, taking over their property and  occupation  a part of the territory of a neighboring country, indicate that the Turkish state and its mercenaries have committed serious human rights violations and flagrant violations of international covenants and laws. This requires the international judicial bodies and organizations that defend the rights of human beings holding their responsibilities and obligations to provide justice to victims and hold perpetrators accountable.

The international community’s affirmation and commitment to international conventions, covenants, agreements, and resolutions will guarantee effective pressure on the Turkish state to stop the genocide and demographic change it is committing against the components of northern and eastern Syria, and to put an end to its negative interference in the affairs of the region. Achieving this needs the development of strategies and the implementation of joint political and human rights activities by the international community and the United Nations organizations, and the countries that sponsor the ceasefire agreements in northeastern Syria (USA and Russia) must oblige the Turkish state to stop its aggression on the region, end its occupation and allow the return of the population to their areas and properties in safe and secure conditions.

The Autonomous Administration in Northern and Eastern Syria is a guarantee to prevent the emergence of terrorist entities in the region that threaten international peace and security, has had an influential role in defeating the terrorist organization ISIS and pursuing its sleeping cells, and has credit for the state of peace and security in the region it manages; therefore, any attack or aggression against this administration will be for the benefit of terrorism and cause a humanitarian catastrophe, and this is what happened after the aggression of the Turkish state and its mercenaries on the region.  This matter requires from the international community to provide support  to this administration at all political, military and economic levels, and to include militias of the so-called “ the National Army” that have committed violations against the residents of the region on the list of terrorist organizations, as their actions and violations constitute a source of material, moral and military support for terrorist organizations, especially the Jabhet al-Nusra and ISIS terrorist organizations who support these militias with fighters and information and carry out bombings and assassinations by their sleeper cells.

The Autonomous Administration is the legitimate representative of the components in northern and eastern Syria, and  SDF – the legal forces in northern and eastern Syria – have sacrificed a lot to support international peace and security; and the absence of participation of representatives of the components of the region in the constitutional committee for the project to resolve the Syrian crisis presented by the international community is considered prejudice against these components; they are not concerned with or bound by any constitutional or legal formula in which you did not participate; it is the responsibility of the relevant institutions of the United Nations to involve the political will in northern and eastern Syria in all work and conferences related to solving the Syrian  crisis.

In order to achieve justice and peace, and to eliminate extremism that forms the core of hate culture, it is imperative to establish an international criminal court that is specialized in considering the violations and crimes committed in Syria in general, and northern and eastern Syria in particular; to prosecute the Turkish state and its mercenaries from reactionary fundamentalist militias such as ISIS, Jabhet al-Nusra, and factions under the wing “the National Army” for their war crimes and crimes against humanity, especially the crime of ethnic cleansing and demographic change against the inhabitants of the region as well as causing a humanitarian catastrophe and feeding extremism and a culture of hate for international or other international judicial bodies to do this duty.

The nature of the agendas and the size of the plot targeting the components of northern and eastern Syria, and what their ancestors were subjected to by the predecessors of the Turkish state, it is imperative for the components of the region with their various affiliations to close their ranks, cling to the soil of the homeland and raise the level of support for the Autonomous Administration of  Northern and Eastern Syria and the SDF, in addition to escalating the resistance at all cultural, economic, political and military levels to resist occupation and hegemony projects, and to preserve peace and national identity.

 ANHA

Rojava Center for the Strategic Studies completed the works of the “Ethnic Genocide and Demographic Change” Forum in North and East Syria by reading the final statement of the conference.

The final statement read by the member of the Preparatory Committee, Leila Sawar, included a set of recommendations that were come up by the participants in the Forum:

The statement included the following:

At the invitation of the Rojava Center for Strategic Studies (NRLS) and under the name “Ethnic Genocide and Demographic Chang Forum: Agendas, Implications, and Defending Strategies); a large meeting was held in Rumailan, in the Gezira region in northeastern Syria, attended by over a hundred personalities, politicians, researchers, and human rights defenders,  civil society and the Autonomous Administration in Northern and Eastern Syria.

The attendees discussed, in their reports, the studies, and interventions, the ethnic genocide and demographic change carried out by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries in the occupied areas of northern Syria, and its various historical, political and legal dimensions, and looking for ways to stop these operations and hold their perpetrators accountable under the international laws and conventions, and how to deal with those operations.

The participants appreciated the key role that the People and Women Protection Units and the Syrian Democratic Forces played in combating terrorism with the support of the international coalition because of the positive impact on the security and peace of the international community, and the role of these forces in making  agreements with many parties internally or internationally to keep the people away from scourges of war and protect them from further ethnic genocide and demographic change. They also praised the stable and safe conditions that the areas of the Autonomous Administration of Northern and Eastern Syria enjoyed, compared to the chaos, insecurity and lack of stability in other regions of the Syrian geography, especially those under the occupation of the Turkish state.

We express our deep thanks to the management of the Rojava Center for Strategic Studies and appreciate all the participations and interventions, and the valuable inquiries that have come from the attendees.

We raise to the public opinion of the world a summary of the ideas from this Forum, which express the will of an elite group of literates, intellectuals, academics, jurists, and politicians in northern and eastern Syria, who have a constructive role in consolidating the peace and security situation that the region’s residents have enjoyed since 2011, in a form of proposals and recommendations that are considered to be among the most important points agreed upon by the attendees. That aims at stopping the genocide, ethnicity, stopping and ending processes of demographic change, liberating occupied land and returning the forcibly displaced to their homes, holding perpetrators accountable and bringing them to justice and compensating those affected by those practices; all within the framework of international humanitarian law and the relevant United Nations charters; the recommendations are as follows:

Documented reports, civilian victims numbers and the difficult conditions of the   forcibly displaced populations from their areas, taking over their property and  occupation  a part of the territory of a neighboring country, indicate that the Turkish state and its mercenaries have committed serious human rights violations and flagrant violations of international covenants and laws. This requires the international judicial bodies and organizations that defend the rights of human beings holding their responsibilities and obligations to provide justice to victims and hold perpetrators accountable.

The international community’s affirmation and commitment to international conventions, covenants, agreements, and resolutions will guarantee effective pressure on the Turkish state to stop the genocide and demographic change it is committing against the components of northern and eastern Syria, and to put an end to its negative interference in the affairs of the region. Achieving this needs the development of strategies and the implementation of joint political and human rights activities by the international community and the United Nations organizations, and the countries that sponsor the ceasefire agreements in northeastern Syria (USA and Russia) must oblige the Turkish state to stop its aggression on the region, end its occupation and allow the return of the population to their areas and properties in safe and secure conditions.

The Autonomous Administration in Northern and Eastern Syria is a guarantee to prevent the emergence of terrorist entities in the region that threaten international peace and security, has had an influential role in defeating the terrorist organization ISIS and pursuing its sleeping cells, and has credit for the state of peace and security in the region it manages; therefore, any attack or aggression against this administration will be for the benefit of terrorism and cause a humanitarian catastrophe, and this is what happened after the aggression of the Turkish state and its mercenaries on the region.  This matter requires from the international community to provide support  to this administration at all political, military and economic levels, and to include militias of the so-called “ the National Army” that have committed violations against the residents of the region on the list of terrorist organizations, as their actions and violations constitute a source of material, moral and military support for terrorist organizations, especially the Jabhet al-Nusra and ISIS terrorist organizations who support these militias with fighters and information and carry out bombings and assassinations by their sleeper cells.

The Autonomous Administration is the legitimate representative of the components in northern and eastern Syria, and  SDF – the legal forces in northern and eastern Syria – have sacrificed a lot to support international peace and security; and the absence of participation of representatives of the components of the region in the constitutional committee for the project to resolve the Syrian crisis presented by the international community is considered prejudice against these components; they are not concerned with or bound by any constitutional or legal formula in which you did not participate; it is the responsibility of the relevant institutions of the United Nations to involve the political will in northern and eastern Syria in all work and conferences related to solving the Syrian  crisis.

In order to achieve justice and peace, and to eliminate extremism that forms the core of hate culture, it is imperative to establish an international criminal court that is specialized in considering the violations and crimes committed in Syria in general, and northern and eastern Syria in particular; to prosecute the Turkish state and its mercenaries from reactionary fundamentalist militias such as ISIS, Jabhet al-Nusra, and factions under the wing “the National Army” for their war crimes and crimes against humanity, especially the crime of ethnic cleansing and demographic change against the inhabitants of the region as well as causing a humanitarian catastrophe and feeding extremism and a culture of hate for international or other international judicial bodies to do this duty.

The nature of the agendas and the size of the plot targeting the components of northern and eastern Syria, and what their ancestors were subjected to by the predecessors of the Turkish state, it is imperative for the components of the region with their various affiliations to close their ranks, cling to the soil of the homeland and raise the level of support for the Autonomous Administration of  Northern and Eastern Syria and the SDF, in addition to escalating the resistance at all cultural, economic, political and military levels to resist occupation and hegemony projects, and to preserve peace and national identity.

 

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