Activists from As-Suwayda agree that women need to unite their ranks and organize their work in the face of the suppression of freedoms they are subjected to, and they called on all Syrian women to stand with them and go out to the squares to demand their freedom and independence, after years of torture and persecution.
A feminist activist believed that women's participation in As- Suwayda protests should not be limited to raising banners and condemning only, but rather it should be participation based on a sufficient degree of awareness, and she pointed out that it is necessary to assign these protests to a project with specific points to make them successful.
The co-chair of the Legislative Council in the Euphrates region confirms that Turkey's resettlement of Syrian refugees in areas it occupied in Syria and the construction of settlements within them are a continuation of its efforts to achieve demographic change, after targeting its cultural and historical monuments.
A civil activist from As-Suwayda stressed that women's participation in the protests is natural, in comparison to their social and political role, and drew attention to the fact that raising the slogan "The blood of Hevrin Khalaf is blooming in As-Suwayda" comes as the cause of Syrian men and women is the same.
Female journalists in al-Shahba confirmed the inability of the Turkish occupation state to obscure the truth with its attacks and said: "The struggle will continue on the path of free media."
At least 25 women have been killed in mysterious circumstances in Iran since the beginning of August.
Female journalists on JIN TV confirmed that the Turkish occupation, by targeting male and female media figures in northern and eastern Syria, seeks to silence the truth and cover up its crimes committed against the people in the region.
The work of the second conference of the Women's Council for Martyrs' Families in NE Syria ended a while ago, with the election of a council from the regions and a number of decisions.
The Zenobia Women's Gathering denounced the targeting of the Jin TV crew by the Turkish occupation, and held human rights organizations responsible for these crimes.
In the meantime, the second conference of the Women's Council for Martyrs' Families in NE Syria is being held, under the slogan "With the spirit of August 15 resistance, we will raise the pace of women's struggle to ensure the freedom of Leader Apo".
A member of the Preparatory Committee for the Regional Women's Conference, Hanan Othman, praised the interaction of the attendees with the topics raised at the conference.
Participants in the regional women's conference discussed the isolation applied against the leader Abdullah Ocalan, and indicated that complaints were submitted to local and international bodies, but to no avail, and stressed, "The struggle must be in the street, and the adoption of this issue" in order to achieve the leader Abdullah Ocalan's physical freedom.