The Women's Council in North and East Syria recalled the memory of the liberation of Kobane, and said: "We bow to the souls of the martyrs, as the pure blood mixed on the land of Kobane, and it was a confirmation of the women's revolution, their refusal to return to the dark ages that the terrorist organization and its supporters wanted to revive."
The Kongra Star in Girkê Legê district condemned the assassination of the co-chair of Tel al-Shaer Town Council of al-Dashisha district, Saada al-Hermas, and her deputy, Hind al-Khudair, describing it as a "crime against humanity, targeting women in the first place."
Yazidi survivor Najla Saeed Ismail indicated that ISIS mercenaries had transferred a number of Yazidi women to Turkey, including her sister, said that if it had not left us a lone by the governments of Baghdad and Başûr Kurdistan, we would not have reached where we are today.
Kurdish Women's Movement in Europe, the TJK-E, has denounced the assassination crime against co-chair of the Tal al-Shayer Council of the Dishisha District Si'da al-Hirmas and deputy Hind al-Khider.
Nida' al-Saleh, member to the Congra Star Coordination in Hasaka, denounced the assassination of the co-chair of the Tal al-shayer Council and her deputy, confirming that women are targeted by the Turkish Occupation Forces due to her prominent role played in the democratic nation project, stressing that ''they would never renounce their ideas''.
The Co-chair of the Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria, Berivan Khaled, said: "Women within the Autonomous Administration have a clear and tangible role in encouraging women to take their active role within society," and indicated that "the struggle to protect women's gains and get rid of the authoritarian mentality continues."
The Research and Women's Rights Protection Center in Syria documented the killing of 66 women in Afrin, and the kidnapping of more than 149 women at the hands of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries, while the number of injuries reached 178 cases of injury and assault.
The Congra Star has indicated that the Turkish State via attacks on Afrin is retaliating ISIS that was defeated in the region, asserting that struggle would proceed until Afrin, Sere Kaniye and Gire Spi are all liberated and protecting the gains made by the women's revolution, calling on the international associations to intervene and bear their responsibility to put an end to the Turkish Occupation and pave the way for people to return home.
Member of the Kongra Star Coordination in Lebanon, Netewî Xemgîn, denounced the arrest of Leyla Güven, and said: "If the Turkish state today cannot bear women's will under the leadership of Leyla Güven, it is because she follows the path of Sara, ZÎlan, Leyla and Bêritan, and the approach of women's freedom."
In conjunction with the 16th anniversary of founding the Kongra Star, Fouza Yousef said that the KS led the advancement of women, and also called on the United Nations to send a fact-finding commission to the occupied areas in northern and eastern Syria, "where atrocious crimes are committed."
Afrin Yazidi women called on the international community to put an end to the violations of the Turkish state against their religious sanctities, and to stop practicing ISIS methods against women, forcing them to abandon their religion.
The spokeswoman for the Kongra Star, Ramziyya Mohamed, indicated that the second phase of the "No to Occupation and Extermination, Together We Protect Women and Life" campaign is scheduled to be launched on January 17th, calling on all women's organizations to join the campaign, stand against all practices against women, escalate their struggle and protect the gains that have been achieved.