As an answer the call to the women of the World from Kongreya Star for the campaign “Women Rise Up for Afrin!” a delegation of women came to Rojava from Britain. Scotch activist Sarah Glynn gave an interview to ANF about her impressions and inspirations.
‘WE SAW HOW DEEP ÖCALAN’S IDEAS ROOTED IN THE SOCIETY’
When she first arrived in Rojava the most striking thing was the smiles of the people, she said: “How many smiles you see, people really seem enjoying the freedom they got. It was good to see what I wrote a about here was representing what is happening.
It is striking to see, how long before these ideas from Öcalan have been proven before the freedom expression was made possible. How really deep in the culture it is. It is not just a young person’s thing but represented through all ages.
Doing so much in such a short time is really impressive. I have more questions in my mind and I feel like I need to talk to more people to answer them.”