المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Life returns to Darbasiyah, locals and displaced people open businesses in the city, and fears of sending children to school continue despite appeals of the “Autonomous Administration”

The life in “al-Darbasiyah” city is returning to its normal situation amid general calm in conditions of the city, and according to what the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored, there is a state of general calm in al-Darbasiyah city, and the life returned to normal in the city, where the citizens began to reopen their businesses and shops and the furnaces began to return to work again, reliable sources told the Syrian Observatory that “a lot of the displaced people of Ras al-Ayn (Sari Kani) are coming to al-Darbasiyah, and they rent houses and open businesses in al-Darbasiyah city.”

Although the situation is in a great state of calm, there is still a state of fear among the people of al-Darbasiyah, where they refused to send their children to school fearing of any development in the area. And sources said: “the people are still having some concerns in case any development happens, although the Autonomous Administration issued several appeals and demands for the people to send their children to school so they do not interrupt the children’s education, these appeals are being made through loudspeakers that roam the entire city.”

It worth mentioning that the courses taught in al-Darbasiyah schools are delivered in Kurdish Language, in addition to one course in Arabic.

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