Today, the Revolutionary Youth in Al-Hasakah organized a demonstration on the last day of the sit-in tent, in which it denounced the international conspiracy against the leader, stressing: “We will confront their attacks, and break the walls of isolation of Imrali.”
Thousands of people from Koban canton took to the streets in a demonstration denouncing the Turkish attacks on the Gara region in southern Kurdistan, and expressing their rejection of the Southern Kurdistan authorities' indolence with the Turkish attacks.
Under the slogan "It Is Time for APO's Freedom, We Will Definitely Prevail," today, the youth of Qamishlo, went out on a march, through which they affirmed that they will foil the Turkish plans in the region, and that they will continue the resistance until the liberation of the leader Ocalan.
The Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement in Kobane and al-Shahba condemned the international conspiracy against the leader Ocalan, stressing to increase the pace of struggle and resistance against the Turkish occupation and its fascist policies until the leader is liberated.
In support of the resistance of detainees in Turkish prisons and to end the isolation on the leader, the Revolutionary Youth Movement in al-Hasakah set up a sit-in tent.
Hundreds of male and female students from Afrin region took part in a demonstration from Bazaar Square in the center of Tel Rifaat district, condemning the Turkish attacks on Ain Issa and denouncing the policies of the Kurdistan Democratic Party against the Kurdish people and the Popular Defense Forces.
This evening, the march of the Revolutionary Youth and the Young Women’s Union arrived in the Tirbespiyê district, and was received by townspeople.
The Democratic Union Party (PYD) youth in the Lebanese capital Beirut condemned the attacks of the Turkish occupation state on the northeast Syria, and called for closing the door on Kurdish infighting in Başûr Kurdistan, during a statement.
The Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement in Çil Axa district condemned in a statement the Turkish attacks on Ain Issa district, and the international community's silence towards the violations of the Turkish occupation against civilians.
The Young Women's Union in Aleppo condemned the crime of assaulting a 15-year-old girl in Jerkush area by officials and members of the Turkish state, and indicated that the crime is beyond description and that the organizations should hold the perpetrators accountable, through a statement.
The Revolutionary Youth Movement and the Young Women’s Union in Qamishlo saluted the resistance of the hunger strikers in the Turkish occupation, and denounced the plot hatched on Şengal during a torchlight procession.