1st HAT’s course in al-Tabqa finished

Anti-Terrorism Forces (HAT) finished its first course in al-Tabqa during ceremonies where hundreds of al-Tabqa people, a big number of the administratives of the Internal Security Forces, Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and Democratic Civil Administration of al-Tabqa area attended.

AL-TABQA- On Wednesday afternoon, hundreds of al-Tabqa people swarmed waiting for finishing the first course of Anti-Terrorism Forces in the city that was liberated by SDF in May 10, 2017.

The course that lasted for 4 months held the name of Revenging for HAT Martyrs Course.

In the playground of the city, the pictures of the Special Forces’ martyrs who participated in an activity to liberate al-Tabqa city when they carried out an airdrop operation in March, 2017 to announce the beginning of the operation of liberating al-Tabqa and the Euphrates Dam were hung.

The ceremonies started with holding a minute of silence. Then, the general commander of the Special Forces in al-Raqqa Iskander Issa delivered a speech who described the Special Forces as being characterized with high experience to be the fort sold facing the enemy to protect our country.

In his turn, the co-chair of the Interior Committee in al-Tabqa Mazloum Omar congratulated the families of the joiners and the fighters on their finishing the course.

Omar promised that the fascist sultan; in an indication to the Turkish president Recep Teyyip Erdogan would be accountable for his aggression on Afrin by the peoples of North Syria.

The general commander of the Special Forces in North Syria Baran Chev Reş thanked everybody supported this course and facilitated the way to reach this rank of the military development.

After that, the joiners swore the oath promising to protect the homeland, and they assured that they would sacrifice their blood as the martyrs did and follow their footsteps.

After the words finished, the joiners performed several military parades of fitness, special exercises in street fighting, rapid intervention and chase operations, and hundreds of attendees followed-up and got impressed by the variety of performances.

D.H

AHNA


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