President of Bethnahrin National Council Naim Michael Hadodo: Commitment of Syriac people to their responsibility and their care for their homeland is the only way that gives meaning to life

BETH NAHRIN —  President of the Bethnahrain National Council (Mawtbo Umthoyo D’Bethnahrin, MUB) Comrade Naim Michael Hadodo spoke about the positive developments of Syriac people, through which they became known all over the world.

“The Syriac people began to consolidate their relations with the neighboring peoples, and became one of the founding peoples of the Democratic Autonomous Administration (DAA) of North and East Syria, which is considered a global democratic model,” he declared, indicating that the DAA establishment was not as easy as some believe. The DAA establishment necessitated many meetings, discussions and tensions, which eventually led to an Administration of democracy, equality and coexistence among its founding ethnic peoples. The DAA guarantees the will and freedom of all peoples in determining their own destiny and managing their own affairs.

Hadodo stated that Syriac people have reached a stage of sufficient awareness, and have become certain of the necessity of rapprochement among their political parties, as well as abandoning disputes over naming.

“Our roots are Akkadian, just as all the names of our Syriac-Assyrian-Aramaic-Chaldean people share the same Akkadian origin,” he continued.

Hadodo stressed that all political parties and institutions based on differences of Syriac people naming are destined to disappear sooner or later, because Syriac people no longer respect or care for this policy that does not enrich them or chart their future. On the contrary, every political party based on building the future, will continue and develop according to the needs and requirements of our people.

On the dispute between our people churches, Hadodo pointed out that all churches of our people have begun to realize that their origins go back to the Antiochian See.

Hadodo declared that the war did not end in the Middle East, including Syria, Iraq and other regions of Beth Nahrin (Mesopotamia).

“What is clear now is that all authoritarian regimes have begun to decay and fall, due to a new concept of coexistence among peoples of the region. This will lead to establishing alliances, federations and confederations, such as the U.S. which was established due to alliance of many states in one country, in addition to the German Confederation and the European Union,” Hadodo concluded.