المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Ain Arab (Kobani) | Asayish forces disperse students protests calling for teaching Syrian regime curriculum

Aleppo province: Dozens of high junior and high school students have went in protests in Ain al-Arab (Kubani) city where they called on the Autonomous Administration of north and east Syria to teach the educational curriculum of Syrian regime but Asayish forces have dispersed them and threatened them to be beaten and arrested it the protests are repeated.

Anger of students grow in the Autonomous Administration because their education curriculum aren’t recognized and many of the Autonomous Administration officials have been sending their sons to the Syrian regime schools and universities but they forbid this in their areas.

On Sept. 13, SOHR activists reported a sit-in by male and female students outside Roj Afa University in al-Qamishly City in al-Hasakah countryside against the results of the admission tests.

The students showed discontent about the limited time compared to the number of questions and demanded to adjust the results by the University administration.

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