“There are heroes and makers for each victory, sons of Tal Afar an example for Iraqi victory”

 “They sacrifice for Iraqis to give them the joy of victory and safety, while their families are deprived of it”

People of Tel Afer  were the first who have fired the revolution of the 1920s, the first who have resisted al-Qaeda terrorism and have tested the bitterness of their crimes in 2005 and 2006 and sacrificed by more than 2,000 martyrs in ongoing battles with al-Qaeda gangs.

In the war with Daesh, their blood, which have dropped on the land of Tharthar, Beiji, Mosul and other lands of Iraq is a witness to their patriotism and their sacrifice for the homeland.

The published statistics of the number of martyrs during the last three years in the war against Daesh, talks that the number of martyrs in the province of Basra reached (1000) martyrs, and the province of Nasiriyah (1200), while the martyrs of Iraqi Turkmen city of Tal Afar, exceeded (1300) martyrs, all of them are displaced with their families, and they are suffering and facing bitterness And the harshness of living in exile.

 In the battles to liberate the right coast of Mosul, the number of martyrs of Tal Afar so far (66) martyrs.

On 1st of June 2015 in the district of Tharthar 48 fighters killed from the sons of Tal Afar.

On 9th of February 2017 and during their response to the attack south of Tel Abtah (11) fighters from Tal Afar have been killed. 

Its sons have contributed to the liberation of dozens of cities and the return of their people to them and are still waiting for the liberation of their city , to return and live in it again. They are contributing to give the people the joy of returning home and safety, and they are deprived of this feeling.


Dr Ali Akram 

Chairman of TRF

13 July 2017 

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