She was introduced to the Kurdistan Liberation Movement through her children, believed in it, and devoted her life to serving the movement and the strugglers until she passed away. Mother Oweish was one of the first Arab women to meet the leader Abdullah Ocalan in the nineties to register a history full of achievements as a woman serving her country. She was characterized by her political and social activities until she sacrificed her daughter "Janda" for the homeland.
Shiraz Hamo indicated that the organization of women in northern Syria has become a reference for all women in the world, and targeting them is nothing but fear of this organization. Furthermore, she called on women to unify their visions and support women in northern and eastern Syria.
The Center for Research and Protection of Women's Rights in Syria launched a campaign to collect signatures under the slogan "Justice for Hevrin Khalaf", and called on all civil organizations and political and legal figures to fulfill the call and sign the petition that will be submitted to the relevant authorities to investigate its file.
According to statistics, about 124 women were killed in the first six months of this year in Turkey, and in June alone, 27 women were killed.
Activists criticized the countries' silence regarding the occupation’s attacks, and its targeting of women, and pointed out that “Turkey believes that women who resist are a threat to its regime, so they deliberately targeted them, and demanded the release of detained women.
Siroush Halabja from Başûr of Kurdistan expressed regret over the international silence over the attacks of the occupier on Başûr and Rojava of Kurdistan. She said that Turkey aims to fight organized women as it discovered that the Kurdish speech leads the people towards victory.
Nora al-Jarawi, Yemeni human rights activist, said that Turkey and Iran target women who are against them, stressing that the two countries follow the policy of arresting women and targeting activists, as do the followers of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan with Kurdish activists in northern Syria.
The political activist Nalin Mohammed made it clear that they proved themselves in Rojava Revolution, so the more women are powerful and organized, the more they are targeted.
According to information provided by the Jalalyan family to the Kurdistan Human Rights Network, Zainab Jalalyan was transferred to Kerman prison.
The Women Council of North and East Syria condemned the decisions issued by the final statement of the Astana sixth summit, considered that the language of the statement is a direct threat to undermine the security and stability of the Syrian regions in general and the regions of northeastern Syria in particular, and demanded their suspension.
The women of Raqqa, who participated in the sit-in tent in the third day of their protest, affirmed that they were steadfast in front of the aggression of the occupying Turkish state, and pointed out that "targeting women to undermine their political identity.