Today, the Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement organized a demonstration in Al-Darbasiyah district to condemn the isolation on the leader Abdullah Ocalan and the attacks of the Turkish occupation state on the legitimate defense areas.
The Young Women Union called on international organizations and institutions concerned with human and child rights to break their silence, and to define their position on the violations committed by the Turkish occupation against the peoples of the region, starting with the occupation process and ending with inhuman practices such as killings, kidnappings and torture.
Today, the Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement in al-Shahba canton announced its joining the “We Will Definitely Win” campaign that was announced recently.
The Co-Chair of the Youth and Sports Body in the Autonomous Administration indicated that the "special war" policy, by which Turkey targets youth is a continuation of the implementation of its ambitions, calling on youth to increase awareness and organization and not to be dragged behind the occupation that is trying to recruit them in its favor.
The administration of the Youth and Sports Committee in Al-Hasakah canton explained that the campaign of "We will definitely win" is to support the resistance of the People Defense Forces in Haftanin, and called on all youth in Rojava regions to continue their activities in order to deter Turkish aggression on Kurdistan.
The Revolutionary Mouth movement in Afrin region announced its solidarity with the "We Will Win" campaign against the Turkish occupation and appealed to all youth to escalate the struggle, through a statement.
The Revolutionary Youth Movement indicated that they have nothing to do with the words written by unknown persons on the door of the office of the Kurdistan Democratic Party - Syria, noting that the aim of these seditious acts is to distort their campaign.
The Revolutionary Youth Movement and the Union of Young Women in the cities and regions of North and East announced the launch of the "We Will Win" campaign, and called for an escalation of the struggle against the Turkish occupation
Dozens of Kurdish youth gathered in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, to remember the martyr Qasim Engin, and issued a statement pledging to fulfil continue his struggle.
Hundreds of youths from Aleppo condemned the attacks of the Turkish occupation army on the legitimate defense areas and the cities of Başûr, recalling at the same time the martyr Qasim Engin, one of the most prominent moral leaders of the Kurdistan Youth.
The Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement (SRYM) in Afrin and Al-Shahba cantons demanded an end to the isolation imposed on the leader Abdullah Ocalan, and called for the unification of the Kurdish political movement.