From sit-in tent: Women are targeted for their political identity

The women of Raqqa, who participated in the sit-in tent in the third day of their protest, affirmed that they were steadfast in front of the aggression of the occupying Turkish state, and pointed out that "targeting women to undermine their political identity.

Women in the city of Raqqa continue their denouncing activities against the occupation attacks against the peoples of northeastern Syria, and the latest massacre that targeted three women in the village of Hallinj, east of Kobani.

On the third day of the sit-in, female leaders and fighters in Raqqa Military Council came to the tent, administrators and members of the Martyrs’ Families Foundation, members of the Internal Security Forces, and local councils on the northern and western lines, along with dozens of families and women in the area.

From under the protest tent, participants confirmed in their words that they were standing up to the aggression of the occupying Turkish state, and pointed out that "targeting women to undermine their political identity.

The words included that the path of freedom will continue to destroy the thought of the Turkish occupation, and added, "The memory brings us back to the arrest of the three martyrs, Sakina Cansiz and her companions, and this indicates the brutality of the Turkish aggression, and its targeting of the woman's personality, who repeated the scenario in the military campaign against the northern areas of Syria with the assassination of Havrin Khalaf.

The words indicated that when targeting the will of women, the Turkish state targets the will of the people.

After the words, a TV show was presented, discussing the reality of women under ISIS rule, and the sacrifices made by Women’s Protection Units.


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