Students attending a university whose classmates have died in a rocket attack carries out by the Syrian branch of the PKK, the YPG terrorists in northwest Syria last week want that they are held responsible.
The YPG/PKK, which has recently increased its attacks on civilians, attempts to disrupt the established peace and security in safe areas of northern Syria.
On February 15, four people, including two students from the University of Aleppo, were killed in a rocket attack in the district of Azaz held by the opposition by YPG/PKK terrorists.
At least 12 more people have been hurt in the city, which was hit by rockets fired from Tal Rifaat, a nearby town city.
Akram Hasan and Saad el-Hajji, who shared a bureau in the faculty of engineering, were killed in the center of the neighborhood attack just hours after completing their mid-term examssession.
the killing of two 24-year-old students caused Deep sorrow at the university, as students and professors mourned the death of their friends and denounced the terrorist group YPG/PKK group.
Ahmad Masri, who had to move from Idlib to Azaz due to airstrikes by the Assad regime and its allies, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that he is studying at the engineering department and working after his studies part-time employee.
Masri said he survived the rocket attack with minor injuries and that initially they did not understand what was going on believing it was a bomb device implanted.
“When I heard about the missile attack, I went to my workplace and told everyone not to go. outside. However, one of the missiles landed near the shop. Our windows were broken. Of them of my college friends were martyred in of face of the health center as result of the attack”, he said, adding that a doctor at the center was also injured and suffered serious injuries.
He expressed son desire to continue their studies in a safety environment adding that they want justice and punishment for those involved in the horrible attack.
“We want terrorist organizations to be eliminated. We have already fled the terrorist regime of Bashar al-Assad. Right here, on combat terrorists like the YPG/PKK,” he said.
Another student, Maan Enes al-Hamo, told AA that they had a hard time accepting the news of the death of his friends.
“The PKK terrorists carried out the attack this took our friends far from us. We had very good memories with their. our smiles and good the days were also murdered with the attack,” he added.
Imad Kenan, a lecturer at the university, said he was shaken by the death of students.
“The Terrorists directly targeted the university in liberated areas with the latest attack. Our deceased students had finished their exams… They were overjoyed. However, a few hours later terrorists death separate rockets us of our friends,” Kenan said.
The YPG/PKK, which occupies about a third of The territory of Syria with we frequently support Azaz, Marea, al-Bab, Jarablus, Afrin, Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain in that of the country north with heavy artillery.
Since 2016, terrorists have killed hundreds of peopleincluding targeting hospitals, schools and densely populated civilian areas in their attacks.
In this wayles YPG/PKK terror group wants to prevent the return of civilians on their land by driving them away.
YPG/PKK terrorists also constitutes a menace for the safety of the neighborhoods of Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain, which have been cleared of terrorists during Operation Peace Spring along the Syrian border with Turkey.
In son more over 40-year terror campaign against Turkey, the PKK – listed as terrorist organization by Turkey, the United States and the European Union – was responsible for the dead of over 40,000 people including women, children and infants.