Sinam Mohamad

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Sinam Mohamed is the European representative of the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria (DFNS).[1] The BBC News described the DFNS as "a self-declared autonomous region", largely populated by members of the Kurd ethnic group.

The New York Times published anop-ed by Mohamad, entitled "Once We Beat ISIS, Don’t Abandon Us".[2]


  1. Emma Vardy (2017-10-28). "'Jihadi Jack' charged with being IS member, Kurdish officials say". BBC News. Retrieved 2017-11-08. "But Sinam Mohamad, the European representative of DFNS, strongly disputed this." 
  2. Sinam Mohamad (2017-05-11). "Once We Beat ISIS, Don’t Abandon Us". New York Times. Retrieved 2017-11-20. "Not only is our aim to fight against the Islamic State — and not Turkey — but we are also fighting for democracy, for a just and inclusive society in which Arabs, Kurds, Syriacs, Turkmen and other ethnic groups in our diverse area of Syria govern together, where women and men have an equal voice, protected by law. In city after city that we have liberated, whether majority Kurdish or not, we have given residents the opportunity to form their own democratic local governments."