Manbij youth confirm to stand against Turkish violations

A number of administrators in the Youth Movement in Manbij affirmed that the Turkish occupation, through its attacks on the region, seeks to destabilize security and stability and divide peoples by provoking strife, and they stressed that they will stand up to these violations and practices.

Manbij youth confirm to stand against Turkish violations
2 July 2021   04:16
​​​​​​​MANBIJ

In recent weeks, the Turkish occupation has intensified its attempts to strike the Autonomous Administration (AA) project and the stability of areas administered by AA via several means and methods, including military, psychological, and media.

One of the means of the Turkish war was the military escalation on the fronts of Manbij and the western countryside of Gire Spi, bombarding the populated villages.

On this, Administrator of the Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement in Manbij, Nasser Hassen, said, "We condemn and denounce the Turkish occupation's attacks on the areas of north and east Syria in general and Manbij city in particular, and we believe that their goal is to strike the Autonomous Administration and democratic nation project."

He made clear that blocking the Euphrates, attempts to create internal crises in the region and launching military attacks on the fronts aim to undermine the security and stability that the areas of north and east Syria are blessed with.

Administrator of the Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement in Manbij stressed that "as youth, our stance against these attacks is strict because these violations by the Turkish occupation aim to destabilize security and stability and divide peoples by provoking sedition, and we will be facing these violations and practices."

In the same context, Administrator of the Culture and Art Committee of the Syrian Revolutionary Youth Movement in Manbij, Hussein Baqqari, said, "We reject any Turkish aggression against our city, and we affirm that we will be unified against any attack targeting our city, even if we get forced to carry a weapon to defend our land."

A few days ago, the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries escalated bombardment on the northern and western villages of Manbij, adjacent to the Syrian areas occupied by Turkey, which caused great financial losses to civilian property, in addition to the serious injury of a girl and a woman as a result of a shell hitting their house in Aoun al-Dadat village on July 1st.

D.H

ANHA