The Council of Martyrs’ Families in the Euphrates region remembers the martyrs of June, at the shrine of the martyr Dijla Kobani at 19:30. (Video and photos attached).
Kongra Star in the Euphrates region recalls the martyr Zilan during a meeting to be held for women at the Baki Khado Center for Culture and Art in the city of Kobani. 10.00 (attached with video and photos).
The people of Qamishlo canton march, denouncing the attacks and massacres committed by the Turkish occupation in the regions of north and east Syria and the mountains of Kurdistan, starting from the Martyr Robar roundabout in the center of Qamishlo city, at 10:00. (Video and photos attached).
The families of the martyrs expressed their indignation at the new ban announced on the 26th of this June, which prohibits meeting with Commander Ocalan and other detainees in Imrali for another three months, and called on the Kurds to go to the squares.
During the course of his struggle, the martyr Farhad Shibli instilled in the hearts of thousands of people of northern and eastern Syria a determination to achieve more achievements, gains and victories during the July 19 revolution, which he started with his comrades in 2012.
Muhammad Musa stated that the Russian and American forces have not yet shown any position regarding the attacks of the occupying Turkish state. He said that deals are made on Kurdistan and the world in NATO meetings, but that these parties will not achieve anything in this way.
Intellectuals from Al-Jazeera region and the co-chair of the General Council of Sheikh Maqsoud and Ashrafieh neighborhoods praised the historical resistance of the Popular Defense Forces in the face of the Turkish occupation army, and denounced the betrayal of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK).
The academic, researcher in Turkish affairs, and director of the Center for Strategic Studies in Beirut, Dr. Muhammad Noureddine, warned against the project to resettle refugees in the occupied north of Syria, stressing that Turkey seeks to establish a focus of influence that threatens Syria, Iraq and other countries, and annexes the occupied areas at a later stage.
The Turkish occupation army has destroyed 14 schools, many mosques, churches, shrines and service institutions in the areas of Tel Tamer and Zarkan since its occupation of the Serêkaniyê area in October 2019, thus continuing the series of war crimes that it started with the beginning of the Syrian crisis in 2011.
The head of the Turkish occupation state, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is intensifying initiatives to normalize relations with regional powers, including Saudi Arabia, Israel and the UAE, less than a year before the presidential elections scheduled for mid-June 2023, disregarding all the resounding slogans he repeatedly utters.
The root of the resistance is still alive in Manbij. On this basis, the fighters of the Manbij Military Council, the Autonomous Administration of the city and the people of the region, united together against all forms of attacks and threats, vowed to resist.