Women’s Administration holds meeting on crimes of Turkish occupation

The Women’s Administration in Al-Raqqa held a meeting in the southern countryside of Al-Raqqa, to talk about the violations against Syrian women by Turkey.

Violations and crimes of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries against women and children continue in the occupied areas.

In this regard, the Women’s Administration in Al-Raqqa held a series of meetings for the women, in which they explained the general political situation on the Syrian scene and the violations that Syrian women are subjected to in the occupied areas. The first of these meetings was in the town of al-Jadidat in the eastern countryside of Al-Raqqa, while another meeting was held today in the southern countryside of Al-Raqqa.

Dozens of women attended the meeting, which started with a minute of silence, and then a member of the Syrian Democratic Council, Diller Khalil, spoke about the political situation on the Syrian arena, and the international intervention on the Syrian arena, which contributed to the complexity of the crisis.

Khalil touched on the violation's women in the occupied territories from heinous crimes that are not related to any moral or religious norm, as the women were kidnapped there by mercenaries of the Turkish occupation army and were subjected to rape, murder, and physical and psychological violence.

The meeting was concluded with a sine vision presentation that addressed a number of crimes that occurred in the areas occupied by Turkey and its mercenaries.

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ANHA


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