From Amuda: No to Turkish occupation

Thousands of residents of Amuda district of Qamishlo canton protested against the Turkish attacks on northern and eastern Syria and called for international forces to protect the area.

Rejecting the attacks of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries on the northern and eastern areas of Syria and in support of the SDF, the Amuda District Council organized a demonstration in which thousands of residents of the district and its villages participated.

The demonstration began from Martyr Jihad Square and roamed the streets of the main area amid chanting slogans condemning the attacks of the Turkish occupation.

The demonstrators raised pictures of victims of the occupation, and banners reading "Death to betrayal, not massacres against northern and eastern Syria, and attacks by the Turkish ISIS."

The demonstrators also carried flags of the People’s Protection Units (YPG), Women’s Protection Units (YPJ) and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

When the demonstrators stood in front of the Martyrs' Families Foundation headquarters, the Democratic Union Party’s (PYD's) co-chairperson, Aisha Hassou, said: "We must escalate our struggle and support our military forces. No matter how severe the attacks are, we will not go back. Its goal is to occupy other parts of Kurdistan as well. "

At the end of her speech, Aisha Hassou called on all components of the people to unite in the face of these occupation attacks.

The demonstration ended with chanting slogans that salute SDF resistance and glorify martyrs.


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