Women’s Board in AANES condemns beheading of two female civil employees

The Women’s Board in the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES) condemned in a statement on Sunday the kidnapping and murder of two civil officials by ISIS agents.


On Friday, armed men believed to be from Islamic State (ISIS) sleeper cells stormed the house of the co-president of the town of Tel Shaier, Saada al-Faisal al-Hermas kidnapping her along with vice-chair Hind Latif al-Khudair.


Hours after their abduction, townspeople found their beheaded bodies on the side of the road near the town, in the Dashisha district in the countryside of Shaddadi.


In the statement, the Women’s Board appealed to women’s humanitarian and human rights organizations to condemn the violations and massa...
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