Martyr Serdeşt band releases video clip on 'Zap Resistance'
The Martyr Serdeşt music band released a new video clip about the resistance of the guerrillas against the Turkish occupation forces in Zap, Avaşin and Metina.
The Martyr Serdeşt band, formed by a group of young musicians from the Germiyan region of southern Kurdistan (northern Iraq), shot a video clip for their song "Bazên Çiya" [Falcons of Mountains] which describes the ongoing guerrilla resistance in the guerrilla-held Medya Defense Zones in where the Turkish army has been conducting an invasion operation since April 14.
In a statement, the group said that they wanted to express, with the video clip, their support for the resistance of the guerrillas against Turkey’s invasion attacks on Zap, Metina and Avaşin.
The group noted that the song describes the resistance and heroism of the guerrillas, stressing that artists should stand against these attacks through their art.