MSD calls on international community to stand up against invasion
The Syrian Democratic Council appealed to the international community to stand up against the Turkish aggression, end up its cancerous project of genocide and ethnic cleansing against the inhabitants of the region.
The Syrian Democratic Council (MSD) released a statement on occasion of 1 November World Kobanê Day.
Celebrating the first day of November 2019 on the fifth anniversary of the International Day of Solidarity with Kobani, MSD remarked that this occasion is the fruit of the historic resistance that took place in the battles of dignity mounted by the city of Kobani against the Islamic State terrorist organization( ISIS), where all the peoples of the world showed solidarity and the world public opinion united to support Kobani resistance, making Kobani become a symbol of resistance and an icon of peace.
MSD said that “when we recall resistance of Kobani, we remember the resistance and sacrifices of women through symbolism of the martyr Arin Mirkan, who redeemed Kobani with her pure spirit to defeat terrorism in the capital of the resistance.”
While celebrating the International Day of Solidarity with Kobani, MSD condemned the Turkish aggression against north and east of Syria that resulted in occupation of towns of Ras al-Ain (Serekaniye), Tal Abyad (Gire Spi) and their villages, and continuation of Turkish threat to occupy the city of Kobani which Erdogan seeks to destroy for its symbolism and revenge from the spirit of resistance that defeated ISIS militarily and ended its alleged geography.
The Syrian Democratic Council appealed to the international community to stand up against the Turkish aggression, end up its cancerous project of genocide and ethnic cleansing against the inhabitants of the region. MSD also called for the deployment of UN troops on the border, the establishment of a no-fly zone and safe return of residents to their homes.
The statement added: “We appeal to the United Nations and humanitarian organizations to provide humanitarian support, showing solidarity with resistant Kobani, rejecting attempts to harm its symbolism, threatening its people to displace and changing the demography of the region in favour of racist regional agendas towards the indigenous people. We assure to the public opinion that Turkish threat is very serious towards Kobani and any attack on it will mean the revival of the terrorist organization ISIS and giving it a favorable opportunity to rearrange its loyalists and supporters.”