Tabqa and Raqqa youth protest Turkish invasion
The youth said they will be taking part in the resistance alongside the SDF fighters.
People of northern Syria continue their protests against Turkish genocidal campaign seeking to invade North and East Syria.
Hundreds of young people gathered in al-Karama town of Raqqa and staged a march in protest at the Turkish state’s invasion attacks against northern Syria. The march through the main streets of the town was followed by a rally at the Salama Square where speeches on behalf of youth organisations were made. Stressing that resistance is the only way against invasion attacks, the youth said they will be taking part in the resistance alongside the SDF fighters.
A number of youth joined a press conference in front of the Martyr Hani al-Alis Youth Centre in the Tabqa city. Speaking here, Tabqa Youth Council co-chair Rehma Mihemed pointed out that the Turkish state tried to cover up the crises it is currently experiencing through the invasion attacks.
Pointing out the Turkish state’s war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in the ongoing invasion campaign, the youth vowed to be a part of the resistance.