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When the Syrian government took away agricultural land from the big landowners in Hasoud village and distributed it to peasants worked on it, according to the Agrarian Reform Law issued during the period of the United Arab Republic, Ramadan only got a 2 hectares land to utilize, while other farmers were entitled to larger agricultural land. That was only because Ramadan is a stateless Syrian Kurd. Ramadan al-Muhammad was born in Helwa village, al-Hasakah Governorate in 1945. He is married with children, all of whom are stateless Syrian...
Mihemed neçar ma ku (300) hezar Lêreyên Sûrî wekî bertîl bide, da ku tenê yekî ji zarokên xwe li ba saziya nifûsê a girêdayî desthilata Sûriyê ve tomar bike, û ev yek piştî meheke sax ji hewldanan hat, çi ku ew yek ji Kurdên Sûriyê yên bê nasnametî "ejnebî" ye, berovajî hemwelatiyê xwedî nasnametî, ê ku tenê rojek jê re pêdivête da ku tevahiya zarokên xwe tomar bike. Di sala 1977an de "Mehmûd Ehmed Xelîl" li bajarokê "Hasûdê" yê girêdayî bajarê Qamişlo li parêzgeha Hisiçayê jidayik bûye, bi jin...
As a stateless, and after a month of repeated failed attempts, Mahmoud was forced to pay a bribe of SP.300.000, in order to register only one of his children at the Syrian government's Civil Status Department, while it generally takes Syrian citizen only one day to do so. Mahmoud Ahmed Khalil was born in Hasoud village in Qamishli/Qamishlo in Al Hasakah Governorate in 1977, and is married with children. Mahmoud’s family was divided as a result of the census carried out in 1962. Some became maktumeen, others...