DEIR EZ-ZOR- Armed with strong will and high morale in addition to using various weapons, they are participating in al-Jazeera Tempest campaign fulfilling their promise of liberating women from IS mercenaries’ clutches in the Syrian north.
Women Protection Units (YPJ) have been effectively participating in al-Jazeera Tempest campaign since the campaign has been launched in order to liberate Deir ez-Zor northern countryside from IS mercenaries, and the female fighters swore to struggle till the last breath aiming at liberating women and children from the mercenaries’ hell according to what they have assured in an interview with Hawar news agency.
The fighter in the ranks of YPJ and the driver of a tank Azadi Zaradasht stated “we have sworn since our joining to the ranks of YPJ to protect all women of all components from IS mercenaries’ hands, and to struggle for them till the last breath. And by our participation in al-Jazeera Tempest campaign and our continuous progress, we are fulfilling our promise.
While the fighters Dalila Dil Bak who joined YPJ in 2012, and fighting IS mercenaries with a sniper weapon assured that their advance towards the northern countryside of Deir ez-Zor continues, and they are achieving historical victories by defeating the terrorists and liberating women from mental and physical restrictions of the mercenaries.
The fighter Alin Hasakah is also participating in al-Jazeera Tempest campaign using Dushka, and she said “my main aim of the participation in al-Jazeera Tempest campaign is the response to the women’s appeal in Deir ez-Zor and liberating them from the oppression imposed on them by IS mercenaries in addition to protecting them and their rights.
In addition, the fighters in the ranks of YPJ Payman Barfin stated “I have participated in many campaigns to liberate the cities of north of Syria, and my basic aim was liberating women and restoring their rights to them, and we would continue struggling till all oppressed women would be liberated”.