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Attended by Shatara and Al-Naqueeb, Coordinative Committee of the Southern Transitional Council in UK Holds a Forum Celebrating Reconciliation and Tolerance

SMA News – Sheffield – UK – Exclusive
Coordinative committee of the southern transitional Council in Sheffield and Rodham held a forum celebrating reconciliation and tolerance with the attendance of Lotfy Shatara, chairman of media department and Dr. Aidarous Al-Naqueeb, chairman of foreign affairs department at the southern transitional council in addition to southern activists and members of the southern community in UK. Shatara indicated that the council is willing to involve all southern citizens, who believe in the right of the southern people to establish his independent state, in the council. He also asserted the importance of preserving the southern achievements and not to let enemies of the south to disrupt the southern unity through territorial projects fostered by northern influential powers in cooperation with some pragmatic southern powers. Dr. Aidarous Al-Naqueeb asserted the importance of reconciliation and tolerance in supporting the southern achievements until the south reaches its ultimate goal by establishing his modern democratic federal state. Abd Al-Hafez Al-Afif, chairman of the coordinative committee, asserted the significance of reconciliation and tolerance as a value in the hearts of the southern people while Gamal Al-Abady referred to the reasons that led to reconciliation and tolerance and difficulties faced by the southern people in 2006 to declare it. Ambassador Awad Karama, member of the consultative committee of the foreign affairs department, talked about the path of the southern struggle since its beginning, reaching reconciliation and tolerance and then forming the southern transitional council.

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