Son of Daraa bid farewell in al-Hasakah

The residents of al-Hasakah bid farewell martyr Amer Tayseer Abizaid, from the Syrian province of Daraa, to his last resting place in Martyr Dijwar shrine in the village of Al-Daoudia.

The mourners received the body of the martyr Amer Abazaid, his nom de guerre is Spartakus, he is a fighter from Darra and joined the ranks of Syrian Democratic Forces in Deir ez-Zor. He was martyred as he was performing his duties in al-Shadadi district of Al-Hassakeh province.

The mourners' convoy launched with dozens of cars with pictures of the martyr towards the Martyr Dijwar shrine in the village of al-Daoudia amid the slogans that glorify the greatness of the martyrs.

When the mourners arrived at the cemetery, they stood a minute of silence, in conjunction with a military parade by the fighters of the People's and Women's Protection Units, followed by the words of the member of the Martyrs' Families Council, Rawah Hussein, she offered condolences to the martyr's family and wished them patience and peace. "Today we remember martyrs of freedom and dignity, our martyrs, because they were martyred for the sake of freedom of the homeland."

On behalf of Syrian Democratic Forces, leader Ziab Hasaka said that the victories in the north and east of Syria were achieved thanks to the martyrs, and pledged to follow their footsteps.

"Our martyrs were martyred for the preservation and protection of this land, which is dominated by love and equality," said administrator of Kongra Star in al-Hasakah Helmiya Ahmed.

She added, "the martyr's name has been recorded in the pages of history for the brotherhood of the people."

After that, Rojda Ahmed, a member of Martyrs' Families Council, read the martyrdom document and handed it to his parents who expressed their pride in their son.

During the ceremony, mourners recalled 54 martyrs who were martyred in different places and times in May.

With mothers' trills and slogans glorifying the resistance and the martyr, martyr Amer was buried.


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