During funeral ceremonies: Turkish occupation tries to undermine gains achieved by martyrs

At a solemn ceremony, thousands of residents of al-Hasakah and its villages bid farewell three martyrs of the Resistance of Dignity to their final resting place, and 5 martyrs’ records were announced during the ceremonies held at the Martyr Dijwar Cemetery in al-Dawoodiya village.

The mourners received the corpses of the three martyrs from the Martyrs' Families Council,  launched with a procession including dozens of cars which were ornamented with the martyrs’ pictures, and headed towards the Martyr Dijwar Cemetery in al-Dawoodiya village north of al-Hasakah city.

The martyrs were "Ahmed Abdullah; the nom de guerre Agid Hasakah, Hassen Saleh; the nom de guerre Furat Hasakah, and Seraj Morad; the nom de guerre Ezel Badini."

The ceremony began with a minute of silence, followed by a military parade by the fighters of the People Protection Units (YPG) and Women Protection Units (YPJ), and then a speech was delivered on behalf of the Martyrs Affairs Presidency, Walidah Butti, and she said, “We bow to our martyrs who sacrificed for the freedom and dignity of the people in northern and eastern Syria.''

Walida added, "The Turkish state and its mercenaries want to undermine the gains achieved thanks to the sacrifices of our heroic martyrs."

On behalf of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the commander Thiab al-Hasakah expressed condolences to the families of the martyrs, and he said, “We offer condolences to ourselves and the families of our martyrs who sacrificed their blood for co-existence, and we pledge to follow the martyrs’ path.”

Then, the member of the Council of the Martyrs’ Families, Rojda Ahmed, read the documents of the three martyrs and handed them over to their families.

Furthermore, the records of 5 martyrs who were martyred during their participation in the campaign of Resistance of Dignity were announced during the ceremony, and they were (Youssef Omer; the nom de guerre Entiqam Hasakah, Mohammed Abdullah; the nom de guerre Mazloum Hasakah, Abdul Hamid Ali; the nom de guerre Rohat Hasakah, Malek Ali; the nom de guerre Kabar Hasakah, Zubair Hesso; the nom de guerre Koran Haaskah).

In the end, the corpses of the martyrs were buried amid the mothers' trills and the slogans glorified the martyrs.


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