Turkish regime opens 2 schools in Syria's Raqqa to teach curriculum that serves Ottoman Empire

RAQQA, (ST)_The Turkish occupation forces have opened two elementary schools in the northern countryside of Raqqa with the aim of teaching curriculums that serve the  dissolved Ottoman Empire.  

According to local sources, the two schools were opened by the so-called "Support Center" in the Turkish occupied areas in Syria, which is  affiliated to Şanlıurfa Province, and the "Ummah Care" Foundation whose headquarter is in Britain.

The name of the first school that was opened in Tal Abyad city is "Ayn Al-Aros ", while the name of the second one is "Hasan Al-Iss" in Slouk town.

This step comes within the framework of the Turkification campaign led by the Turkish regime in the occupied Syrian areas.

The Turkish regime continues its Turkification policy in the areas it occupies in Syria in cooperation with terrorist groups in the countrysides of Aleppo, Hasakah and Raqqa through opening schools and branches for Turkish universities where the Turkish flag raises.

Basma Qaddour