Follow-up the events taking place in the north and east Syria.
Follow-up the events and activities in north and east Syria.
The people of Ain Issa district expressed their concern about the suspicious international silence about what their district is exposed to, especially after the increase in the intensity of the Turkish shelling on its outskirts and entrances in the recent period, calling on the international community and the Russian guarantor to put pressure on Turkey and its mercenaries to stop its attacks and violations in order to prevent a recurrence of their tragedy during the extended period from the year 2012 until 2017. (Attached with photos and video).
The almost daily bombardment operations in villages located opposite the Turkish-occupied Syrian areas in the north and west of the city of Manbij are continuing, and they are accompanied by a threat to the lives of civilians in those villages.
A Lebanese human rights researcher praises the need for an international law cover to combat violence against women, especially in the occupied areas and which are witnessing wars, while she described Kurdish women in northern and eastern Syria as the real heroines of their struggle against violence.
During her organizational work, Şêlan Kobanî left an imprint of struggle on the souls of the people of Aleppo, and she was one of the first female fighters who contributed to spreading the ideology of the Kurdistan Freedom Movement in the city, and dozens of women who were affected by her work and struggle followed her footsteps.
The people of Şengal said that they do not need other forces, as they have an administration to run their affairs, and forces that protect them and spread security and safety in the region. They confirmed that the Iraqi government and the forces affiliated with the Kurdistan Democratic Party were previously in Şengal, and they caused a massacre against the people of the region.