Fathers of 2 martyred leaders: Heritage of martyrs must be preserved, be aware of Daesh thought

The fathers of two martyred leaders from Manbij pointed out that the people of northern and eastern Syria must preserve the gains of the martyrs and keep up their heritage, and they noted that after the declaration of Daesh defeat, one must be aware of the post-Daesh danger and its sleeper cells since their ideas are nestled in the minds of many.

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced victory over Daesh in its last stronghold in al-Baguoz. In this regard, correspondents of the Hawar News Agency met with the fathers of two martyred leaders of the Manbij Military Council, who martyred as they confronted the mercenaries and resisted them.

Salahaddin Mustafa, the father of the martyr Botan Turkmani, said that during the liberation campaigns against the mercenaries, thousands of our children have lost their lives, not only my son Botan as they defend their land against the aggressors and mercenaries.

Mustafa pointed out "The defeat of Daesh mercenaries was announced, but its mindset has not yet ended, and as the people of the region, we are required at this stage to preserve our country and our homeland because we are owners of this country and we must be careful about it.

For his part, Abdul Aziz al-Hamdiya, the father of the martyr Adnan Abu Amjad, considered the liberation of the north and east of Syria from Daesh an eid and said that it is a conclusive day in the history of Syria for its people and the peoples of the world.

Abdel Aziz explained through his speech, "After the geographical and military elimination stage on the Syrian territory, the people and SDF must be aware of the sleeper cells of Daesh mercenaries and their ideas which are nestled in the minds of many.

At the end of his speech, the father of the martyr Adnan Abu Amjad demanded that the people in northern and eastern Syria preserve the gains made by the martyrs and keep up their heritage in the resistance and struggle and face the Turkish occupation of the Syrian territories.

ANHA


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