Al-Raqqa women: Guven's resistance represented free women's will

A number of al-Raqqa women confirmed that the will of free women and the resistance of the parliamentarian Leyla Guven and her comrades, who were on hunger strike made the impossible and realized their dreams of allowing the lawyers to meet Ocalan.

After 200 days of hunger strike successively, the parliamentarian of the Democratic Peoples' Party Leyla Guven and hundreds of hunger strikers, who demanded to lift the isolation on the Kurdish people leader Abdullah Ocalan declared the end of their hunger strike after the massage, which the leader of the Kurdish people Abdullah Ocalan sent to them.

In this context, our agency, Hawar news agency, interviewed the managers of the Women's Administration in al-Raqqa as Khawla al-Issa said, "Leyla Guven and her comrades' resistance achieved a major victory, as this resistance proved that history responded to the resistant, and that they were able to foil the dictatorial policy against the people."

In her turn, Fahima al-Jassem said, "The human's will makes the impossible. With the will of Leyla Guven and the hunger strikers, the policy of the Turkish occupation state foiled, and as it allowed the meeting with the leader Ocalan, it would be defeated in Syria by virtue of the strong will."

Hala al-Alyan noted that as women, they were proud of the resistance initiated by Leyla Guven, and added, "The same as always, Leyla Guven proved that the will of women was the triumphed, and that they were able to manage the society."   


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