Turkey crimes against women is to undercut their will

Women from Manbij canton considered the unjust rulings of the Turkish occupation state and its mercenaries against its kidnapped women as desperate attempts to undermine the resistance of the people and women who reject its occupation, and an indication of their weakness in the face of the free will of women who cling to their land and homeland.

Turkey crimes against women is to undercut their will
17 January 2024   06:04
MANBIJ

The spokeswoman for the Women's Council of the Future Syria Party, Ibtisam Abdel Qader, confirmed that the unjust provisions imposed by the Turkish occupation state against women are "desperate attempts by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries to end the resistance of the people and women who reject the occupation, and are carried out with the silence and failure of international powers."

She noted: "The Turkish occupation state is still continuing its arbitrary policies in the areas it occupies, and the people of these areas, and women, have had the largest share, as they have suffered displacement, arrest, and kidnapping."

Ibtisam described the death sentences issued against women kidnapped by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries as “unjust sentences,” and considered them “a violation of international conventions and laws,” and explained, “This indicates the weakness of the Turkish occupation in the face of the will of the struggling and resistance woman who clings to her land and home, and who gives strength to her children and family to resistance in the face of occupation.

At the conclusion of her speech, Ibtisam Abdel Qader sent a message to the whole world stating, “Exposing the war crimes committed by the Turkish occupation state against women in the occupied territories, and we affirm that women’s freedom is the freedom of society.”

Buthaina Al-Hassan, for her part, said: “All this injustice against women by the Turkish occupation state and its mercenaries is a crime that history will not forget.”

While Reem Darwish mentioned the plan of the occupying Turkish state in Afrin, which is to empty it of its citizens by committing brutal crimes against the people and women in particular, is aware that “women are the foundation of the land and society.”

Reem wondered: “How can Turkey, which has raised its hand from protecting women in its country and has a long history of genocide and massacres, protect Syrian women?”

As for Amina Al-Jarrah, for her part, she condemned "the crimes committed by the Turkish occupation state and its mercenaries against women in the occupied territories, and its displacement of families and citizens."

T/ Satt.

ANHA