44 Army, law-enforcement and civilian martyrs laid to rest
PROVINCES– The bodies of 44 army, law enforcement forces and civilian martyrs on Sunday were escorted from Aleppo Military Hospital, Tishreen Military Hospital and the National Hospital in Raqqa to their final resting place.
Solemn funeral ceremonies were held for the martyrs who were targeted by armed terrorist groups while they were in the line of duty in Damascus and its Countryside, Homs, Aleppo, Idleb, Daraa and Raqqa.
The martyrs are:
Captain Hussam Kamel Sabiha, from Lattakia.
Chief Warrant Officer Haitham Ahmad al-Shreiqi, from Hama.
Chief Warrant Officer Fouad Ahmad al-Hamdan, from Damascus Countryside.
Chief Warrant Officer al-Mougheira Ahmad Amin, from Aleppo.
Warrant Officer Ali Nawaf Izz Eddin, from Damascus Countryside.
Warrant Officer Mohammad Hussein Izz Eddin, from Damascus Countryside.
Major Sergeant Mohammad Suleiman Darwish, from Hama.
Sergeant Suleiman Kaser al-Salem, from Hama.
Sergeant Fadi Issa Jawhara, from Hama. Sergeant Suleiman Ali Saqr, from Homs.
Sergeant Aeoup Rezq Mohammad, from Tartous.
Sergeant Abdullah Mahmoud al-Ibrahim, from Homs.
Sergeant Radwan Ibrahim Radwan, from Homs.
Sergeant Hafez Saleh Saqr, from Homs.
Sergeant Ahmad Raheel Rahal, from Hama.
Sergeant Mohsen Nour Eddin Ali, from Hama.
Sergeant Akram Hweijeh Mohammad, from Deir Ezzor.
Sergeant Ghassan Mohammad Za'our, from Damascus Countrysdie.
Sergeant Hadi Mohammad Ismael, from Homs.
Sergeant Maher Mohammad Ahmad, from Damascus.
Corporal Abdulaziz Ahmad Balloul, from Homs.
Corporal Mohammad Ahmad al-Hamo, from Hasaka.
Conscript Ayman al-Sawas, from Deir Ezzor.
Conscript Marwan Mohammad al-Tarad, from Daraa.
Conscript Ahmad Awad al-Khalaf, from Damascus Countryside.
Conscript Hilal Abdullah al-Ibrahim, from Aleppo.
Conscript Abdel Khaleq al-Sayes, from Deir Ezzor.
Conscript Rami Salah Eddin al-Shiyeh, from Aleppo.
Conscript Suleiman Adel Younes, from Hasaka.
Conscript Ahmad Abdullatif al-Ahmad al-Najar, from Aleppo.
Conscript Khaled Mohammad Mohammad, from Damascus Countryside.
Conscript Hussam Eddin Ziad Salhani, from Damascus.
Conscript Mohammad Ali al-Sadeh, from Deir Ezzor.
Conscript Madian Ali al-Jassem al-Mousa, from Hama.
Conscript Mahmoud Mohammad Aseir, from Homs.
Conscript Ghaiath Saif, from Sweida.
Conscript Marwan Selman Mounzer, from Sweida.
Conscript Loai Yousef Hussein, from Tartous.
Conscript Hussein Alaa Eddin Nasser, from Aleppo.
Conscript Mahmoud Khaled al-Laham, from Damascus Countryside.
Conscript Adnan Ahmad al-Qawas, from Damascus.
Conscript Yaman Fawaz Abu Hwiyeh, from Daraa.
Conscript Ammar Nasser Kharzoum, from Idleb.
Civilian Wissam Suleiman, from Homs.
The martyrs' families expressed pride in the sacrifices of their sons, stressing their readiness to defend the homeland whenever duty calls.
They stressed rejection of all forms of foreign interference in Syria's internal affairs, calling for confronting the armed terrorist groups and striking with an iron fist those who try to tamper with the homeland's security and stability.