Civilzation does not grow behind walls - Let's tlak

An invitation to Cultural dialogue

Cultural integration is an objective that must be realized while preserving the identity and privacy of each culture, and this is done through international cultural activities such as artistic and literary festivals, where each culture is defined and what distinguishes it from other cultures …  so LELOUN was. 

Perhaps the launch of a film festival in the conditions that the entire Syrian homeland and the regions of northern and eastern Syria (Rojava) in particular, and especially occupied Afrin and the displacement of its people to Al-Shahbaa Province, are the most expressive message of the will and resistance that characterizes the people of Rojava, and it may remove blurring from the eyes and eliminate deafness From the ears that stood deaf and deaf to what happened and happen throughout Rojava, especially the occupied Afrin.

Civilization does not flourish behind the walls ... let's talk

An invitation to Cultural dialogue

Cultural integration is an objective that must be realized while preserving the identity and privacy of each culture, and this is done through international cultural activities such as artistic and literary festivals, where each culture is defined and what distinguishes it from other cultures …  so LELOUN was. 

Perhaps the launch of a film festival in the conditions that the entire Syrian homeland and the regions of northern and eastern Syria (Rojava) in particular, and especially occupied Afrin and the displacement of its people to Al-Shahbaa Province, are the most expressive message of the will and resistance that characterizes the people of Rojava, and it may remove blurring from the eyes and eliminate deafness From the ears that stood deaf and deaf to what happened and happen throughout Roﮊava, especially the occupied Afrin.

MOUNT LELOUN

  • Mount Leloun is considered to be a proud and archaeological Kurdish mountain that is part of the Kurdagh Mountains and is located to the southeast of the Afrin Kurdish Region, northwest of Aleppo Governorate and extends from the Qatamah Plain and Kafarjana in the north to the Zarzita Plain in the south, and overlooks the western side of the Afrin River (Qibar, Trinda, Ain Dara – Ghazwya )
  • Geological and historical research and studies, although few have said, mention that Mount Leloun was a springboard for the first humanity and a cradle for human and religious civilizations from Yazidis, Christianity, and others

MOUNT LELOUN

  • Mount Leloun is considered to be      a proud and archaeological Kurdish mountain that is part of the Kurdagh Mountains and is located to the southeast of the Afrin Kurdish Region, northwest of Aleppo Governorate and extends from the Qatamah Plain and Kafarjana in the north to the Zarzita Plain in the south, and overlooks the western side of the Afrin River (Qibar, Trinda, Ain Dara – Ghazwa )
  • Geological and historical research and studies, although few have said, mention that Mount Leloun was a springboard for the first humanity and a cradle for human and religious civilizations from Yazidis, Christianity, and others

THE MEANING OF THE LELOUN

  • The name of Mount Leloun is mentioned in many ancient historical sources with different names.
  •  In the Torah, “Mount Nabo” is attributed to the Rafidid deity, which was famous during the ninth century BC in the region of Mesopotamia, which is the home of the ancient Kurdish empires.
  •  In the Kurdish language, the word Leloun
  •  It is called olive fruit before it ripens when it is crude, and means extra bitterness(Lilan) means mirage or lilan, and it is a plural of singular (lol, lil, or lilose), which means defla, a well-known plant that is extensively found in Wadi Lawilk, which is located at the northwestern end of Mount Leloun.
  •  As for the popular account of the people of Mount Leloun in regard to the name, it is said that it is Lalan, which means lilies (meaning Mount Lilies), and it is known from the nature of Mount Leloun in the spring of the large number of wild lilies

THE MEANING OF THE LELOUN

  • The name of Mount Leloun is mentioned in many ancient historical sources with different names.
  •  In the Torah, “Mount Nabo” is attributed to the Rafidid deity, which was famous during the ninth century BC in the region of Mesopotamia, which is the home of the ancient Kurdish empires.
  •  In the Kurdish language, the word Leloun
  •  It is called olive fruit before it ripens when it is crude, and means extra bitterness(Lilan) means mirage or lilan, and it is a plural of singular (lol, lil, or lilose), which means defla, a well-known plant that is extensively found in Wadi Lawilk, which is located at the northwestern end of Mount Leloun.
  •  As for the popular account of the people of Mount Leloun in regard to the name, it is said that it is Lalan, which means lilies (meaning Mount Lilies), and it is known from the nature of Mount Leloun in the spring of the large number of wild lilies