The political activist Nalin Mohammed made it clear that they proved themselves in Rojava Revolution, so the more women are powerful and organized, the more they are targeted.
According to information provided by the Jalalyan family to the Kurdistan Human Rights Network, Zainab Jalalyan was transferred to Kerman prison.
The Women Council of North and East Syria condemned the decisions issued by the final statement of the Astana sixth summit, considered that the language of the statement is a direct threat to undermine the security and stability of the Syrian regions in general and the regions of northeastern Syria in particular, and demanded their suspension.
The women of Raqqa, who participated in the sit-in tent in the third day of their protest, affirmed that they were steadfast in front of the aggression of the occupying Turkish state, and pointed out that "targeting women to undermine their political identity.
Dozens of Kurdish women in German and French cities took to the streets and squares, condemned violence against women and the martyrdom of 3 women in Kobani.
Kongra Star member in Afrin canton Suzan Mustafa called all the world's women to revolt in the face of the Turkish occupation, demanding human rights organizations to put pressure on Turkey to reveal the situation of the kidnapped women in Afrin.
Avin Jumaah and Avin Sweid expressed their concern about the health status of politician Zainab Jalalian. They said that the prisoner should be dealt with according to human rights laws. They called on humanitarian organizations to monitor prison conditions.
The YPJ Yazidi women fighter struggle in Ain Issa district to avenge her family, who was forced to flee to Afrin due to the massacres of the Turkish state in 1934. She says she defends her values within the ranks of the Women's Protection Units, YPJ.
The participants in the dialogue session organized by the Women's Council in Northeastern Syria suggested several service, social and economic projects to avoid the economic crisis in the regions of northeastern Syria in light of imposing economic sanctions on the Syrian regime.
58 women's, human rights, health and cultural organizations and activists around the world signed the call of the Women's Council in northern and eastern Syria to the Secretary-General of the United Nations and women's organizations to stop violations of the Turkish occupation in Afrin.
Women journalists in northeast Syria confirmed that the Kurdish media, especially women's media, is similar to the fruitful tree that did not stop giving. They continued the struggle without fatigue and made the voice of women clear; the evidence of the third Conference's success.