Journalists, media workers and the martyr's family went today to the shrine of the martyr Muhammad at the martyr Dijla shrine, south of the city.
The ceremony began with a minute's silence, followed by Co-chair of the Free Media Union Bengin Sido speech, in which he emphasized the prominent role of journalists in lighting the path of victory for the oppressed peoples in the midst of the Rojava Revolution.
For her part, Aisha Affendi, member of the Martyrs' Families Council, said: "The journalists in Rojava took great steps to communicate Rojava Revolution to the international community. They paid the price of that for their lives, in exchange for extinguishing the fire of strife that targeted the revolution over the past years."
The family of the martyr also thanked all the attendees, and confirmed their pride with the martyr Mustafa and the path he took.
Muhammad comes from the village of Al-Yabisa, west of Girê Spî / Tel Abyad. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Information in the Syrian capital, Damascus. He had worked as a reporter and programmer for Ronahi TV for several years. He was also member of the Free Media Union Council in Rojava.
Mustafa covered many military campaigns by the YPG in northern Syria, and Manbij liberation by Manbij Military Council in early June 2016. It was the last military campaign to cover it, as he died on the 18th of July of wounds in a landmine in the neighborhoods of Manbij city.