Twenty-seven army, Law-enforcement and civilian martyrs paid last tribute
PROVINCES– Accompanied by the music of the 'Martyr' and the 'Farewell', the bodies of 27 martyrs from the army and law enforcement forces on Wednesday were escorted from the military hospitals of Tishreen in Damascus, Zahi Azraq in Lattakia and the Military Hospital of Aleppo to their final resting place.
Solemn funeral processions were held for the martyrs who were targeted by armed terrorist groups while they were in line of duty in Damascus and its countryside, Lattakia, Aleppo and Daraa.
The martyrs are:
Lieutenant Colonel Mustafa Ibrahim al-Zahra, from Homs.
Chief Warrant Officer Mirshid Mahmoud Mohammad, from Lattakia.
Warrant Officer Wajih Mahmoud Ismandar, from Lattakia.
Sergeant Major Adel Jawdat Slara, from Tartous.
Sergeant Ghaith Ali Shaar, from Tartous.
Sergeant Hussein Qais Hassan, from Lattakia.
Sergeant Milad Tamin Ali, from Lattakia.
Sergeant Samer Allawi, from Deir Ezzor.
Sergeant hani Mohammad al-Youssef, from Homs.
Sergeant Haidar Saji' Ismael, from Lattakia.
Sergeant Wissam Mahmoud Abboud, from Hama.
Sergeant Amer Ahmad al-Ali, from Hama.
Sergeant Sami Taysseer Sahnawi, from Sweida.
Sergeant Ghadir Sleiman Mohammad, from Hama.
Corporal Khalil Nawaf al-Hammoud, from Deir Ezzor.
Conscript Munsif Hassan Abbo, from Aleppo.
Conscript Saeed Khaled Jaber, from Daraa.
Conscript Hazim Mahmoud Bajo, from al-Hasaka.
Conscript Wissam Farhan al-Ali, from Aleppo.
Conscript Hamza Abdul-Kafi Moussa Mansour, from Homs.
Conscript Karim Mohammad Abbour, from Hama.
Conscript Alawi Idan al-Ramthan, from al-Sweida.
Policeman Khaled Mahmoud Ibrahim, from Lattakia.
Policeman Ghaled Ahmad Alia, from Lattakia.
Policeman Abdulllah Mohammad al-Jabli, from Damascus.
Civilian Khaled Fayez Dribati, from Lattakia.
Civilian Daham al-Wazzeh, from Lattakia.
The martyrs' families and relatives called for firmly confronting the armed terrorist groups that have been committing criminal and sabotage acts in implementation of foreign agendas to undermine Syria's national and pan-Arab role.
They expressed pride in the martyrdom of their sons, stressing their readiness for martyrdom in defending the homeland whenever duty calls.