Demonstration in Til Berak against invasion and isolation
In the North Syrian town of Til Berak, hundreds of people demonstrated for the freedom of Abdullah Öcalan and against the Turkish invasion of Northern Syria.
In the northern Syrian town of Til Berak, hundreds of people took to the streets on Sunday to protest against the Turkish invasion of northern Syria and for the freedom of the Kurdish people’s leader Abdullah Öcalan, who is isolated on the prison island of Imrali in Turkey.
Under the slogan "We will defeat the occupation and defend the values of the revolution," the march continued through the streets of the town. Speakers referred to the war crimes committed by the occupation forces in Northern and Eastern Syria and the expulsion policy of the Turkish government. They vowed to enhance the struggle to end the atrocities and occupation in the region.