Coordinator of Kongra Star in Rojava recalled the painful massacres committed in 2013 and 2016 by Turkey's mercenaries, during a statement, and pledged to follow the martyrs' footsteps until their hopes of co-existence and living in safety are fulfilled.
On the occasion of the ninth anniversary of the July 19th Revolution, the Women's Council in North and East Syria congratulated all the components of North and East Syria, and emphasized adherence to the original values of the revolution, the continuation of the struggle and work to protect and preserve the revolution's gains.
Women of Deir ez-Zour condemned the murders of Eida and Aya as being contrary to human principles and seeking to undermine women's freedom.
A British website said that the French city of Lyon will honor the martyred Kurdish politician and activist Hevrin Khalaf by naming one of its squares after her.
The Turkish state and its mercenaries have committed terrible crimes against women in Afrin since its occupation until today; according to the statistics of the Human Rights Organization in Afrin, 83 were killed and 1,200 women were kidnapped in Afrin.
General-Coordinator of the Syrian Women's Council, Lina Barakat, stated that Turkey's withdrawal from the "Istanbul Convention", in light of the high statistics of violence against women in Turkey is nothing but a legitimization to violence, stressing that the Women Issue is pivotal case worldwide, and that they would support women in Turkey with their rights demands.
To denounce the crime committed against the minor girl "Aida Al-Hamoudi Al-Saeedo" by her family, the women of Al-Hasakah went out in a sit-in, demanding that the criminals be punished.
According to a report by the Women's Press Committee, Turkey is committing the highest level of violations of the rights of women journalists.
Community of the Women of Kurdistan Coordination, the KCK, paid tribute to all feminist activities rejecting withdrawal by Turkey from the Council of Europe Convention on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, known as the Istanbul Convention saying that 1 July is the beginning of a new struggle".
As Turkey officially withdrew from the Istanbul Convention, "We Will Stop Femicide" Platform, the KCDP, documented in its June report, the killing of 18 women and 20 other suspicious deaths in Turkey.
The Center for Research and Women's Rights Protection in Syria condemned the crime of mass murder against a minor girl, calling to impose the most severe penalties on them.