Syrian tribes visits HUDA PAR
SANLIURFA - A delegation composed of Syrian tribal chiefs visited HUDA PAR Şanlıurfa Provincial Presidency.
A delegation consisting of Radif Mustafa President of Kombeta Suryi Serbuxe, Tayi Tribe Chief Nevaf Tayyi, Şemera Tribe Chief Huseynel Hacım and Naimi Tribe Chief Suphudil Adan visited HUDA PAR Şanlıurfa Provincial Presidency.
HUDA PAR Provincial Chairman Lokman Yalçın welcomed the delegation. During the party visit, the Syrian issue and the victims were discussed.
During the visit, HUDA PAR Şanlıurfa Provincial Chairman Lokman Yalçın, Haliliye District Chairman Basri Demir and HUDA PAR Syrian Commission members Hasan Çelik were present.
Lawyer Radif Mustafa, President of the Kombeta Suryi Serbuxe, talked about the Syrian issue which has been continuing for 7 years and the victimization that had become representational war and emphasized that the policy of HUDA PAR about Syria issue is in very correct.
HUDA PAR Şanlıurfa Provincial Chairman Lokman Yalçın stated that, “The main topic of the visit was the Syrian issue. Because these people are the people who have been victimized in their own land and come to our country as refugees.”
“PYD resembles a yellow-colored commercial taxi, getting all in except Kurds”
Yalçın stated that the visit was quite beneficial. “We were amazed at the announcements made by the Reverend Hüseynel Haçım, Chief of the Şemara Tribe and the explanations of the Tayi Tribe Chief Nevaf Teyyi. In particular, it surprised us that Radif Mustafa, the Attorney General of the Kombeta Suryi Serbuxe, likened the PYD to the yellow commercial taxi, saying that only the Kurds did not get in this taxi. Although they said that they have suffered from Daesh and other organizations in their own regions, they also said that the people are suffering from the PYD as well. They expressed that they had emigrated from Kobani because of PYD. They also said that it is not the war of the Syrian people that is the representational war.”
The visit ended after a mutual exchange of views. (Ramadan Casuk – ILKHA)