The mourners received the bodies of the martyrs in front of the headquarters of the Martyrs' Families Council, their names are: Doaa Yousef, her nom de guerre is Ronas Halab, Salima Dangiri, her nom de guerre is Vejin Tekman, Mizgin Mohamad, her nom Ronida Qandil are fighters of the Women’s Protection Units.
Alaa Hameed, Mohammad Malik, Mizgin Najm, Mohamed Jouli from Self-Protection Forces fighters, martyrs Lezgin Hamo, Elias Khabat Hawar, Ali Khabour, Elias Lawrence Hasaka, Matar Saadoun, Mourad Hassake, Issa Mohammed, Dogan Hasaka, Rooney Badr Rooney, from the Syrian Democratic Forces who were martyred in the Resistance of Dignity in the city of Serekaniye.
The funeral procession, which included hundreds of cars were decorated with pictures of martyrs, went to the shrine of the martyr Dijwar in the village of Dawoudia.
In the shrine of the martyrs, the ceremony began with a minute of silence and a military parade by the YPG and the Self-Defense Forces.
Then co-chair of Hasakah Council Abdul Ghani delivered speech, he noted "As we know today, we are being brutally attacked by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries, who are trying to occupy our areas,".
"Everyone in the north and east of Syria resisted and fought all terrorist organizations, until we defeated and eliminated ISIS mercenaries.
He stressed that they draw strength from "our martyrs who were martyred for the sake of our freedom and the freedom of the homeland."
At the end of the ceremony, another martyr, Ammar Qamar, identified as Cedar Agri, a fighter in the ranks of the Syrian Democratic Forces, was martyred in Girê Spi/ Tel Abyad.
On the shoulders of fighters, and on the echo of mothers’ trills, the bodies of martyrs were buried.