An interview with South African activist Mehmud Batal on the Future of Rojava


22/8/2016 12:32:00
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     South African activist Mehmud Batal

He believes that forming the cantons is a good model not only for Kurdish people but for the entire Middle Eastern people. In Rojava, he believes, the rights of minority as well as women rights are protected and that is why teachers in many different countries have gone to there to teach people.

Prepared by Hozan Afrini

Translated by Diyar Aziz Shareef

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