In The Loving Memory of Our Heroes

Jaser Fawzi al-Qintar

Date of birth: 1991

Date of martyrdom: 12/7/2014

The Syrian soldier Jaser was martyred in the line of duty in Damascus countryside. Jaser was honest and brave in fighting terrorist groups. He sacrificed himself for the dignity and pride of his Homeland Syria. The mother of the martyr said in a sad voice: “I miss him a lot I miss his voice. I miss his face that shows gallantry and kindness “.

“His martyrdom is a source of pride and glory for me; I believe he is still alive in heaven” she added.

 

In The Loving Memory of Our Heroes

Story of a Hero

Lieutenant Nour Shukair, one of the heroes of the Syrian Arab Army, fought against terrorism in different parts of Syria and was wounded three times during battles with terrorists. The last injury caused him quadriplegia, yet couldn't break his will to continue living and achieving his ambitions.

  Wearing his military uniform and sitting in his wheelchair, the wounded soldier is currently taking his high school exam with a strong will to continue obtaining science and knowledge after repeated injuries in the fight against terrorism  forced him to leave the battlefield.

In The Loving Memory of Our Heroes

Muhannad Jihad Murad

Date of birth: 1993

Date of Martyrdom: 17/3/2018

Civil Status: Single

Muhannad was martyred when he was fighting terrorist groups in Damascus countryside .Martyr Muhannad participated alongside his comrades in the Syrian Arab Army liberating his homeland from terrorism. He was injured however that didn’t weaken his determination to continue fighting till he was martyred.

Noha Murad, the mother of the martyr, said that: “My son loved his country. That is why he scarified himself to preserve the pride and dignity of our homeland, so he was an example of courage and heroism. He didn’t fear death. God have mercy on all martyrs”.

 

In The Loving Memory of Our Heroes

Bassam Salim Younes

Date of Birth: 1973, Al-Sweida

Date of martyrdom: 24/4/2014

Bassam was martyred when he was fighting terrorist groups.

 “May God have mercy on you and peace be upon your soul” the mother of the martyr said sadly.

 “Really you passed away and left us, but you will not leave our hearts. Our soul misses you so much I hope that you can hear the pulse of our hearts, I hope you can hear their anguish”, she added.

 

In The Loving Memory of Our Heroes

A story of a hero

Wounded Lieutenant Colonel Asem Shanan, one of the heroes of the Syrian Arab Army, returned to his village Qarasa in the western countryside of Sweida province after more than ten months of medical treatment due to his serious injury while performing his duty to defend his homeland against terrorism in the countryside of Hama. The injury led to the amputation of his legs.

Standing on his  “feet”, the wounded hero returns to his family amid a popular and official celebration.  

Asem told SANA that he underwent about 55 surgical operations to install prostheses at Tishreen and Hamish Military Hospitals in Damascus.

His injury didn’t weaken his determination to continue the fight alongside his comrades in the Syrian Arab Army to liberate the homeland from terrorism.