After SOHR had posed the issue .. the regime’s president refuses to confess the education of 300000 students who studied in “Kurdish” in the past years .. and questions about their fate after that statement
After the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights had previously highlighted the fears of a large number of locals of the Syrian North after the agreement that is stipulated the entry of the regime forces and their deployment in some areas in the Syrian North, of the possibility of regime’s return to dominate the social and political affairs once again, the matter that raised fears of more than 300000 students whose issue was posed previously by the Syrian Observatory.
The Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad, said in TV interview “our government will not accept instruction in Kurdish in north-east Syria, and we do not confess the certifications they have got in schools there, there are those who rule the areas of north-east Syria as if they rule a semi-state, we will never give up the legitimate rights of the Syrian State.”
These statement come after SOHR had raised questions about the fate of 300000 students who used to study in Kurdish, at the time when the Autonomous Administration was in control of the area, and some of them reached grade 5.
After the regime declared its attitude, SOHR renews its questions about the fate of these students, as well as the fate of thousands of teachers who used to work in these schools, and whether the regime’s statements means that these students will return to grade 1, or they will be considered illiterate.