Two martyrs laid to rest, in absentia ceremonies for two others in Kobani

​​​​​​​Hundreds residents of Kobani district laid two martyrs to their last resting place and in absentia ceremonies for two others ceremonies held at the shrine of the Martyr Tigris.

Dozens residents of Kobani district, members of local institutions and the Internal Security Forces, participated in the funeral ceremony held in the Martyr's shrine Tigris south of Kobani.
The two martyrs are Ibrahim Mustafa, nom de guerre Ibrahim from the Internal Security Forces, and  Fewaz Kurt, nom de guerre Erdal Amed, who were martyred on duty in northeast of Syria, while in absentia ceremonies were held for the two martyrs Raba'a Abdel Aziz Khalil, and her husband Muhammad Qadir who was martyred during the last Turkish invasion of Girê Spî / Tel Abyad while performing their homework at school.

The ceremony began with a silence minute, after which commander of the Military Council in Kobani, Esmat Sheikh Hassan, delivered a speech in which he said: "These martyrs sacrificed themselves in order to protect humanity, freedom and moral values. Today we pledge to follow their path until victory."

A speech was delivered on behalf of the Education Authority in the Euphrates region, by Rayhan Ali, who said: "Today we live in freedom and peace, thanks to these martyrs who sacrificed their lives for freedom, and we are continuing in their footsteps."

After that, the certificates of martyrdom were handed over to the families of the martyrs.

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