Hasaka, SANA – Locals of Hasaka city in northeastern Syria took to the streets on Sunday to pledge support to the army and the armed forces whose units are courageously fighting Takfiri terrorism on the Syrian land.
The people, who came forward in large numbers, gathered in the main square at the city’s center, chanting slogans exalting the “heroism and sacrifices” of the soldiers who have fought hard against the terrorists of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Hasaka and made gains in several areas in the southern countryside of the province.
Earlier today, the army units, aided by the popular defense groups, established full control over al-Watwatiyeh and al-Alya villages and pulled back ISIS terrorists away from the main electricity converter station, the Juvenile Delinquency Institute, the Agricultural Arboretum, and the martyrs’ cemetery.
Hasaka Governor Mohammad Za’al al-Ali affirmed that the people of Hasaka will remain steadfast and that they stand firmly on the side of the national military institution in its efforts to defeat the terrorist organizations and restore peace and security to all the Syrian areas.
The participants in the demonstration were brimming with jubilation over the army’s new victories and said they sought through this event to send a message of unshakable loyalty to the army and its personnel who are sacrificing their lives to preserve Syria’s territorial integrity and keep its dignity intact.
At the end of the event, hundreds of the participants rallied Hasaka city’s streets in cars, chanting slogans in support of the army.