Twenty-one army, law-enforcement martyrs laid to rest
PROVINCES- The bodies of 21 army and law-enforcement martyrs on Wednesday were escorted from the military hospitals of Tishreen in Damascus, Zahi Azraq in Lattakia and Deir Ezzor to their final resting place.
Solemn funeral processions were held for the martyrs who were martyred in the line of duty in Damascus, Damascus Countryside, Daraa, Idleb, Deir Ezzor, Lattakia, Homs, and Hama.
The martyrs are:
-Brigadier General, D. Eng. Mohammad Amin Aslan, from Lattakia.
-Brigadier General, Doctor Anwar Mossbah al-Saqqa, from Damascus.
-Brigadier General, Hamza Ali Nofal, from Lattakia.
-Lieutenant Colonel, Ezz-Eddin Abdullah Sweidan, from Tartous.
-Chief Warrant Officer, Assad Ali Dayyoub, from Hama.
-Chief Warrant Officer, Abbas Aziz al-Kour, from Homs.
-Warrant Officer Ismael Ahmad al-Abd, from Idleb.
-Sergeant Major Alaa Eddin Mohammad Barhoum, from Homs.
-Sergeant Major Hassan Hussein al-Asaad, from Homs.
-Sergeant Major Tarrad Hassan Hassan, from Daraa.
-Sergeant Major Alaa Younes Abbas, from Tartous.
-Sergeant Hassan Mourei Abdullah, from Raqqa.
-Sergeant Akram Mifleh Ismael, from Lattakia.
-Sergeant Mohammad Bassam al-Khalaf, from Damascus.
-Corporal Hussein Haj Jasem, from Hasaka.
-Private Ibrahim Mohammad Nasser, from Homs.
-Conscript Mamdouh Mohammad al-Jaber from Raqqa.
-Conscript Omar Mohammad Said Andej, from Damascus.
-Conscript Hassan Ahmad Mustafa, from Aleppo.
-Conscript Younes Ahmad Hammadah, from Damascus Countryside.
-Policeman Waseem Raheel Wannous, from Hama.
The martyrs' relatives affirmed that the terrorist and criminal acts of the armed groups will neither weaken the Syrians nor deter them from confronting the challenges and going ahead with the reform process.