Farewell to martyrs Zeyneb and Beritan in Heseke
People of Heseke bid farewell to Zeyneb Mohamed, who was martyred while on duty due to Turkish UAV strike on Derik road, and Nermin Sino, who was also martyred while she was on duty in the city of Tabqa.
Residents of the Heseke (ar: al-Hasaka) city, SDF officials, YPJ, and members of civil institutions participated, on 28 September, in a funeral ceremony to bid farewell to the co-chair of the Justice and Reform Affairs Office in the Cizire (al-Jazeera) region, Zeyneb Mohamed, who was martyred while on duty due to Turkish UAV strike on Derik road, and Nermin Sino, who was also martyred while she was on duty in the city of Tabqa.
The funeral ceremony began with a minute of silence in tribute to the souls of the martyrs, followed by a military parade by fighters of the SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) and YPJ (Women’s Defense Units).
Evindar Derik, a member of the al-Jazeera military council delivered a speech during which she offered condolences to the families of the two martyrs and said, “The revolution in North-East Syria is known across the world as the “Women’s Revolution”, through the resistance of the YPJ and the SDF”.
Derik stressed that over the past 10 years, the people of North-East Syria fought the most dangerous terrorist organizations in the world, and were victorious, but paid heavy costs.
At the end of the military ceremony, the documents of the two martyrs were read and given to their families, after which the bodies of the martyrs were buried amid slogans glorifying the martyrs’ resistance and struggle.