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The International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination was adopted on 12.21.1965 by the General Assembly of the United Nations. States Parties undertake to work towards the elimination of all forms of racial discrimination and promote understanding among all races.

The Anti-Racism Convention
• contains a precise definition of racial discrimination: “any distinction, any exclusion, limitation or preference based on race, color, descent, national or ethnic origin which has the purpose or effect of the recognition, exercise or the enjoyment of human rights and freedoms to annul or impair “.
• requires Member States to refrain from racial discriminatory acts
• require Member States shall take appropriate measures against racial discrimination
counts on individual civil and political, economic, social and cultural human rights that are guaranteed without distinction as to race. Any doctrine of racial superiority is scientifically false, morally condemnable, socially unjust and
dangerous and can be justified by anything, all individuals and groups have contributed to the advancement of civilization and cultures, and the common heritage of mankind
is. All forms of discrimination, based on the notion of racial superiority or hatred, exclusion, are violations of fundamental human rights and jeopardize the friendly relations between people, between nations and to world peace and international security.

Ladies and gentlemen,

The reality of the Kurdish people in Syria (3 million), far away from objectives and tasks of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination and all other international conventions on human rights. Although the Syrian government has ratified the Convention on 21.4.1969, though the Kurds are discriminated against solid, marginalized, disadvantaged and excluded in all areas of life. The reason for this is the ideology of the ruling Baath Party is based on dogma and ideas of racial superiority, the Arabs (Arabism) against the Kurds and other minorities. The doctrine of the Baath Party is to provide a homogeneous and pure Arab society to establish the exclusion of other nationalities, or their assimilation into Syria. The thoughts and good teaching of Baath based on hatred, and ethnic discrimination. And that’s why she is the clear violations of fundamental human rights and jeopardizes the friendly relations between different ethnic groups in Syria. This fact is reflected as well in programs and proclamations of the Baath Party, as well as on farms of the officials in the administrative, cultural, social and economic life and in the legislation. The Kurds feel racism and discrimination in all aspects of life, skin tag and close daily. The Baathist government in Syria has signed a party undertakes to refrain from racial discriminatory acts, but she is leading an open policy of discrimination against the Kurdish people.

The following examples, the racial discrimination against the Baath party make clear:
1-Law Number 93 on 08/23/1962 Extraordinary census was conducted exclusively in the Kurdish area, and consequently, was then stamped 125 000 Kurds stateless, and currently their number has increased to 400,000.
2 -. According to the decision of the Baath Party No. 521 of 24.06.1974, Arab, 44 colonies in the Kurdish area built and 150,000 Kurdish families displaced.
3 – The Kurdish area is governed since 1969; a total economic blockade and therefore, 95% of Kurds in Kurdistan Armutsgrenze.180 villages are empty and 500,000 persons in the Kurdish area Algasira, Efrin and Cubans to leave.
4 – The Kurds are totally excluded from political, economic, social and cultural life of the country; you can not find a single high Kurdish official or officer. The Exclusion of three million Kurds is done on schedule and on racial grounds, well thought out and costed.
5 – There are in Damascus and other Syrian cities of various institutions for foreign languages, but for three million Kurds, one finds not a single Kurdish school or institution. The Kurdish language and culture are prohibited by law and punishable. The Kurdish culture and identity is ruined by deliberate racist actions of the Syrian government.
6 The mass murder genocide against Kurds, such as: in the town of Amuda 1960 (300 victims), Central City Prison Hasaka 1993 (73 victims), 13-14 March 2004 (47 victims), March 2009 (3 victims), March 2010 (2 victims), massacres of villages in the area of Cirnek Kamishli 13/12/1980 (22 victims), assassination of Sheikh Al-Maashuk Chaznawi June 2005.All these cases were never investigated because the police and security forces are immune to loud and Law No. 14 (25.01 1969).
7 Since the outbreak of the Kurdish uprising in 2004 and to date more than 44 Kurdish soldiers killed by bombings and torture. The official version of the Syrian government is: suicide, electric shock or injury. We investigated a single case by the army. This is more than one reason to believe that elimination of Kurdish soldiers in an ethnic cleansing takes action.
The 8-racist and discriminatory policies of the Syrian Baath Party government, which since 1963 has the power, devastating and extremely negative consequences for the Kurds: they live in atmosphere of hate, exclusion, fear, persecution, discrimination, insecurity and misery.
The Baath doctrine is dangerous not only for social peace and coexistence of Arabs Kurds in Syria, but for regional and international stability and peace. From retaining power reasons Syrian regime calls tensions, hatred and mistrust between ethnic and social groups in this Country.

We as non governmental and non profitable Kurdish organizations listed below asking your excellency:
Reaffirm our faith in human rights and fundamental freedoms which are enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations from 1945;
Recalling the Universal Declaration of Human Rights contained solemn declaration that all men are free in dignity and rights that created equal and for everyone, without distinction of kind, race, color. Furthermore, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights is recognizing that all men are equal before the law and have a right to equal protection of the law against any discrimination and incitement to discrimination;
Recalling the 1966 UN Convention that adopted two International Covenants: Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights;
in the belief that the existence of racial barriers to the ideals of any human society is incompatible, and we focus our memorandum to NGOs to help us and support a resolution by the UN General Assembly to adopt and regard the Baath Party as a kind of racism and pleadings.
This resolution is a milestone on the way to avoid racial discrimination, exclusion, ethnic and religious conflicts in Syria.
As evidence of the discriminatory and racist policies of the Syrian government against the Kurdish people, we enclose the following documents:
1 study of Muhammad Talab Hilal, head of the security apparatus, “The province alhasake – a sociological, political and ethnic study, published in 1963.Die Syrian government has subsequently implemented most points of his plan;
2 – Banning the Kurdish language in Syria. No. / 932 / H, to the heads of the Local Authorities of the cities and towns;
3 – Closing down the Kurdish music store in Syria, Order no. 768 The major of Aleppo
4 – Giving order to shoot on civilian Kurds in Syria
5-top secret: Syrian Arab Republic district, Alhasake, executive committee Date Number 4 / 690: 12.03.2004, Dr. Salim Kabbul, Governor of District Alhasake

6 – A racist announcing from Syrians Minister of Interior of Year 2000
7 – Legislation Decree No. (49) The Syrian President Bashar Aasad of Year 2008

yours faithfully

A- Kurdish Organization for Human Rights in Austria

Kurdischer Verein für Menschenrechte in Österreich

Zibermaystr.23, 4020 Linz, Austria

Telefon: 0043/ 0676- 495 08 69


Vorsitzende/CHAIR: Dr. Alan Kader

B- Defense organization of the Kurdish Human rights in Syria

Kurdischer Verteidigung Menschenrechte Organisation in Syrien

Box; 1123 – 32063 Bad Salzuflen -Germany


Tel: 0049-15774094438

Vorsitzender/CHAIR: Mag.  Hekmat Aziz

C- Canadian-Kurdish Association

For Human Rights

Vorsitzender/ CHAIR: Dr. Ihsan Efrini

Tel:   0014033999555


Adress:   CKAHR, INC.
P.O. BOX 34088

Germany, Austria, Canada


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    You are kindly invited to our forthcoming KSSO and Kurdish Society at SOAS (KSSOAS)

    The forgotten People: Kurds in Syria

    The state of statelessness, rightlessness and systematic marginalization of the Kurds in Today’s Syria


    Ms. Sheila Mosley, Co-chair of SKS International Support Kurds in Syria Association
    Mr. A.Semo Independent researcher

    Date/time: 19th November 2010 @19:00

    Venue: B 102/ School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG

    Seminar abstract:

    This seminar will focus on marginalization of Kurds in Syrian since its establishment in 1946. The Kurds in Syria have been subjected to discriminatory practices for decades. The exclusive ethno-centric Arab nation-building project also officially called the Arab republic of Syria has denied other ethnic and cultural groups equal and law full existence. The Census in 1962 deprived 100,000 thousands of Kurds to become citizens and they are now de-jure stateless. This means they are not allowed to own property, or to work within the state institutions, they have been denied education in their own culture, they do not qualify for state aid, and they cannot travel as they have no documents.

    Furthermore about the marginalization policies of Syrian state against the Kurds their land rights have been abused and the Kurdish areas have been raised, through the state giving strips of land to Arabs in order to break up the Kurdish geographical and cultural cohesion. The latest discriminatory law – Decree 49 – implemented on 10/09/2008 makes it a condition that in the Kurdish areas, a license must be obtained for building, renting, selling, and buying property but licenses are not given to Kurds. This is affectively destroying one of the key sources of income for Kurdish families, that is to say, the construction industry. This policy is forcing Kurds to move out of their area into the cities through poverty.

    Moreover about Syrian state fight against the Kurdish culture and heritage a systematic cultural attack practiced daily attempting to undermine the use of Kurdish language, for example, Kurdish shopkeepers are threatened with closure if they use the Kurdish language on the shop frontage, Kurdish children are not allowed to have Kurdish names – and these names would not be registered. Cultural rights are being abused: Newroz is the Kurdish celebration of New Year, and takes place on 20/21 March. It is recorded that in 2008 and 2010, people were killed in the street whilst celebrating Newroz,

    The economic and welfare rights of the Kurds have been abused: the Kurdish area are being affected by drought due to climate change, and the natural water that would have flowed to the area from Turkey is being rerouted into Turkey which has resulted in the agricultural industry being decimated as the land is becoming barren. People are suffering, and although international aid is being given to the Syrian Government, there is as yet no evidence that this aid is reaching Kurdish families. The UN Rapporteur for food rights recently raised this issue with the Syrian authorities. People without citizenship are not entitled to food aid.

    Political rights are being abused: There are no legal Kurdish political parties in Syria. They are all banned. There has been a state of emergency since 1963, ostensibly to counter a threat from Israel; however, it is used to make arbitrary arrests and to imprison political activists indefinitely without trial. Sentences given to political activists by the courts are disproportionate and this system is designed to create fear in those who wish to challenge the Government. The UN Committee on Torture in May was highly critical of the Syrian Government for its use of torture on prisoners, and in particular on political prisoners.

    Relevant reports abut the abuse of human rights in Syria are available from Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, UN, UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and the Home Office, Kurdish Human Rights Project.

    Further information

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