Hawar News Agency’s 2-10-2019

- Following up the resistance of the age in its second phase, and following up the situation of the people of Afrin resident in al-Shahba, and events and activities in support of the resistance to the age.

- Following up on the latest developments in the Turkish occupation army attacks on the territories of northern and eastern Syria and Başûr (southern Kurdistan) and the areas of legitimate defense, and the operations of the People Defense Forces against the Turkish occupation army.

The people of the city of Qamishlo are organizing a mass march in order to denounce the inclusion of representatives of the autonomous administration of northern and eastern Syria in the constitution drafting committee, starting at 10.00 hours(Attached with photos and videos).

- The Department of Foreign Relations in Al-Jazeera Region will hand over two children from ISIS orphans of Austrian nationality to the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at Simalka border crossing at 11:00 (attached with photos and videos.)

Tribal elders asserted that the Turkish aim of settling the displaced in northern Syria is nothing but a new game by the Turkish occupation state which aims to change the demographic of the region as it did in Afrin (attached with photos and videos).

- Thousands of students from Afrin are flocking to residential buildings that have been rehabilitated as schools for their second year of education in Shahba canton and Shirawa district. The students insisted on overcoming all difficulties to complete their education(attached with photos and videos.)

The People's Defense Court began to prosecute Syrian ISIS mercenaries, especially those from the north and east of Syria(accompanied with photos and videos.)


Dr. Seifh Ezoli, Ph.D. in International Law, stressed that the constitutional committee charged with drafting the constitution should be independent. The composition of the committee was announced after a consensus between Turkey, Russia, and Iran(accompanied with photos and videos.)


Badran Hammo, a member of the Bureau of Relations of the Syrian Democratic Council, did not rule out the resumption of the military escalation in Idlib between the regime forces and mercenaries because of the importance of the north-western province to both parties (attached with photos and videos.)