The people of Qamishlo offered condolences to the families of the martyr Ali Qamishlo; the nom de guerre Ali Ali who was martyred on November 1, 2019 in al-Mahmoudiyya village in Tel Tamr town in the result of the Turkish bombing, and the fighters in the ranks of the People Protection Units (YPG) Delbrin; the nom de guerre Delbrin Mohammed who was martyred in October 4, 2014 in al-Husseiniya village in Tel Hamis district, and Mazloum; the nom de guerre Mazloum Ramadan who was martyred in October 4, 2014 in Tel Burak district in Qamishlo canton while they were repelling the attacks of ISIS mercenaries.
The condolence tent was decorated with pictures of the martyrs and flags of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the People Protection Units (YPG), the Women Protection Units (YPJ), and the Martyrs’ Families Council.
The ceremony began with holding a minute of silence, followed by the words of the member of the Martyrs' Families Council of Qamishlo Mohammed Khair Aliky and the member of the Democratic Union Party Ibrahim Gilo, who offered condolences to the families of the martyrs.
The words pointed out that the gains in northern and eastern Syria had been made thanks to the sacrifices of the martyrs. The words also confirmed that the region witnessed a state of security and stability under the project of the democratic nation, but the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries of Jabhet al-Nusra and the remains of ISIS were seeking to strike these gains, and the peoples of the region should have not allowed this to happen.
The speakers expressed their pride for their martyrs who had liberated the territories of northern and eastern Syria from terrorism, and stressed that Erdogan was trying to revitalize terrorism by attacking the areas of northern and eastern Syria.
The condolence ceremony ended with chanting the slogans that saluted the resistance and glorified the martyrs