International forum on ISIS opened in Amude

International forum on ISIS opened in Amude

The international forum on ISIS started in Amude with participants coming from around the world.

The international ISIS forum organized by the Rojava Strategic Research Center (NRLS) in the Beylesan hall in Qamishlo’s Amude district started with hundreds of participants from around the globe, journalists, academics, politicians, researchers and representatives from faith organizations.


NRLS Member Ehmed Sino gave the opening speech in the forum and said: “Our wish was to reveal the crimes ISIS gangs committed against the Kurdish people and the peoples of the region, and involve all peoples of Syria in this forum. The forum aims to determine a strategy to defend security in the region and to put forth opinions and suggestions for the fight against ISIS. Countries of the world should come together and fight ISIS gangs.”


Sino said the forum will help uphold the values of the people and added that the crimes against humanity ISIS committed against the peoples will be uncovered and necessary methods for that will be employed. Sino said: “This forum is also a great opportunity to discuss the issue of trial for the ISIS members in accordance with international treaties and laws, as well as to make clear the duties that befall the international public.”

A screening was held after the speeches showing ISIS terrors.

The forum continues with witnesses and victims of ISIS atrocities speaking.

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