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“SDF liberated 500 Yazidi women, children till now”

NEWS DESK- The Yazidi Women’s Freedom Movement disclosed the number of the Yazidi women and children who have been liberated by the Syrian Democratic Forces from the grip of Daesh.

The Yazidi Women’s Freedom Movement have released a statement about the Yazidi women and children kidnapped since Daesh’s attack on Şengal in 2014 liberated by the Syrian Democratic Forces.

The statement assured “During the campaign led by Syrian Democratic Forces in the areas of Deir-ez-Zor and al-Raqqa, they have managed to liberate 500 Yazidi women and children in the Syrian North areas, the liberated were handed over to us; the Women’s Body in the Autonomous Administration, and we in turn, worked on providing them the need support for their security.”

The statement also mentioned that the Yazidi Women’s Freedom Movement have worked on registering the names of all the liberated, and these records are available to any international concerned foundations, unfortunately, none of these did call or provide any assistance to women and children.”

The movement in its statement appealed to the international concerned foundation to psychologically and hygienically support them assuring that those persons can overcome those pains and distress they were subjected to through their existence on their own land and amongst their community.

The Yazidi Women’s Freedom Movement also thanked all the forces that contributed to liberating Yazidi women and children, particularly the Syrian Democratic Forces, People Protection Units, and Women Protection Units, asserting “we will never forget their favor.”

The Yazidi Women’s Freedom Movement also thanked the Women’s Body in al-Jazeera canton which provided all kinds of support and assistance, and the fighters of the Şengal Resistance Units, and Şengal Women Units in Şengal which participated in al-Raqqa liberation campaign and managed to liberate the kidnapped Yazidis, “we are very proud of those fighters; liberating their mothers and sisters, and repeat our thanks and gratefulness to them.”

J.O

ANHA