Celebrations of Women's Day ended in northeastern Syria

The mass celebrations, which were held on the occasion of International Women's Day in Al-Jazeera, Raqqa, Al-Shahba and Manbij , were concluded in the presence of thousands of Kurdish, Arab and Syrian women from the canton with the slogan "Our struggle is freedom, our resistance is victory".

Qamishlo

The mass event took place in Mizgafit in Tirbespia area, east of Qamishlo, with the participation of women from Qamishlo and various components of the region.

All the women participated in their folkloric costumes, which were based on the legacy of each component.

The mass event began with reading the recent instructions of the leader Abdullah Ocalan, and the message of the components in Kurdish, Arabic and Syriac.

 The mass celebration was attended by mothers, wives and daughters of the martyrs, and concluded with singing and dancing performances by Kurdish, Arab and Syriac groups.

Al Hasaka

March 8th, the International Women's Day celebration ended with performances.

A celebration was held today in Al Hasaka canton on the occasion of March 8th, under the slogan "Our struggle is freedom, our resistance victory", organized by Kongra Star in the town of Tweina, where hundreds people attended the ceremony.

The ceremony was dominated by the folkloric costume that embodied the unity of components and their coexistence.

The instructions of the leader Abdullah Ocalan, were read in Arabic and Kurdish, in addition to a statement in the three official languages, Arabic, Kurdish and Syriac, after which several band in Al Hasaka  performed artistic performances, including Kurdish folk dabike, which was presented by the Tolhldan band, and a musical performance.

At the end of the ceremony, the Women's Protection Units and members of the Kurdish Red Crescent were honored in the town of Tal Tamer with commemorative shields in recognition of their sacrifices in the Dignity Resistance.

Al-Raqqah

 The International Women's Day  ended with several artistic and theatrical performances.

The celebration, organized by the Women's Administration in Al-Raqqa and Al Tabeqqa Square. It continued with singing the revolutionary songs and folk arts that revived the steadfastness and the resistance of the fighters. It also included performances by the committee of the Culture and Art in  Al Raqqa and Al Tabeqqa.

 The ceremony ended with some old songs of the artist, Ruhlat Butan and Yasmine Askar which simulated the popular heritage and the resistance of the militants. They also sang songs about Afrin, Syria and the SDF.

Then a play was performed by Al Tabeqqa band, which simulated the reality of the search for freedom, followed by a song by the Committee of the Culture and Art in Al Raqqa as the Wattar Band.

The event ended with performing the folk dabke rings and folk singing amid a large crowds of people.

Al Shahba- Aleppo

The International Women's Day celebration ended with the escalation of the struggle, making all days a day for women.

The celebration was in the village of Ma'ra al-Muslimia in the district of Al-Shahba under the slogan "Our struggle is freedom, our resistance is victory".

After the speeches, the band of  Martyr Mizgin of the Golden Crescent in Al-Shahba canton performed lyrical songs, then the Martyr Barin band presented a play entitled "Women are life, don't kill them", which focused on violence against women, and how to break the authoritarian regimes for women's freedom.

The  band of the Martyr Vian Soran which belongs to the Golden Cresent also performed dance performances and violin by Golden Crescent member Romina Sido.

The ceremony concluded with performances by the band of the Martyr Haifa and Martyr Bergam songs and dance sing-alongs.

Manbij

A mass march of women began in the morning, which came out at Al Nazafa roundabout to the Social justice Council square west of the city.

After the speeches, various performances were presented by bands from the city and beyond, including the band of Havren Khalaf, which performed a song and a play, and Jean Vida band, which presented a Korean dabika, in addition to presenting a folkloric and heritage dabka.

The celebration concluded with a song in the middle of holding dabka circles on the folk songs rythems.

A.J

ANHA


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