Girl from Serekaniye: My friends were killed before my eyes
The little victims of the Turkish genocidal offensive are trying to overcome the terror and trauma they have just experienced.
The genocidal attacks launched by the Turkish army and allied mercenary groups against North and East Syrian territories on October 9 claimed the lives of hundreds of civilians, including women and children, and left more wounded. In addition, more than 300,000 people were displaced from their homes and lands.
The displaced civilians from Serekaniye (Ras al-Ain) and surrounding areas are struggling to live under challenging circumstances in the emptied schools and the Washokani Camp newly built by the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria near the Heseke city.
Thousands of children were deprived of education because of the invasion. The little victims of the Turkish genocidal offensive are trying to overcome the terror and trauma they have just experienced.
Little girl Nêwîn Xabûr, whose family was forced to move from Serekaniye to Heseke, is a witness of children and civilians massacred in the air raids of the Turkish state on their land. Nêwîn witnessed their house and village targeted by bombardments, their house demolished and their properties looted and seized.
“I MISS PLAYING WITH MY FRIENDS”
Nêwîn Xabûr mentions that the European people raise hell even when an animal is killed, and says the following; “Numerous children and civilians have been killed here. My friends were massacred by the Turkish state before my eyes. Why is everyone silent on this?”
Nêwîn wants to return to her hometown and school as soon as possible, adding; “I miss playing with my friends. I fear that Turkish jets could drop bombs on us at any moment.”
Nêwîn ends her words with a call to “unite against terrorist Erdoğan”.