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At last, after long years of bitter, suffering and deprivation of his most basic rights, Muhammad finally managed to realize his dream and obtained the Syrian citizenship.   Muhammad Hasan Omar was born in Ras al-Ayn, Sari Kani city in 1978. He is now married with three children. Muhammad and some 30 members of his family were all stateless, specifically from the maktumeen[1] class, but fortunately he managed to obtain the Syrian nationality lately in June 2018, as he recounted to STJ...
Dema yekbûnê di navbera Sûriyê û Mesir de, di salên (1958 û 1961)an de, desthilata Sûriyê li gor yasaya "çaksazkirina erdên çandiniyê" wê hingê, erdên çandiniyê li bajarokê "Hasûdê" ji xwedanan "melakan" stendin, û li ser cotkaran belav kirin, da ku ji bo wergirtina sûdê tê de bixebitin, lê berovajî cotkarên din ên ku mafê wan hebû ku rûberne mezin ji van erdan bigrin, ji bilî du hêktaran (1 hêktar = 100 mitro × 100 mitro, an ku 1 hêktar = 0.01 k.m çargoşe) bi dest Remezan neket da ku tê de bixebite, ji ber ku...
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 Kurds, specifically...