The father of the martyr: “We can live without children, but we cannot live without flag, country and nation”
Hüseyin Saygılı, the father of infantry sergeant Ahmet Saygılı, who was martyred in the airstrike in Idlib, Syria, on February 27, 2020, said: “We can live without children, but we cannot live without a country and a flag nation “.
Soldiers who were martyred in the air strike on February 27, 2020 were not forgotten. Ahmet Saygılı’s parents, who were martyred in the attack and registered in the Türkoğlu district of Kahramanmaraş, visited their children’s graves. His martyred father, Hüseyin Saygılı, declared that he was heartbroken but relaxed when he thought of his homeland and the flag.
“I had a problem”
Describing the day his son was martyred, Saygılı said: “I had a feeling inside. I didn’t know what it was either. I walked around him a little sadly. It was already the night of power on February 27, 2020 I went home. After I got home, I prayed and grabbed the rosary. The lady came up to me and said, “I’m comfortable. He said, “No, I’m going to sleep.” I don’t think this my son is a soldier, I wonder if anything has happened? At that moment the gendarme came, the district governor came, the district governor came and hugged me and said, “Uncle Hüseyin, our Ahmed, was martyred. He said,” Although be your son, he is also our son. “He said,” We cannot live without a nation.
“My mom said don’t worry about us, we’re fine”
The martyr’s mother, Ayşe Saygılı, said she made her grandchildren sit crying out the window and said, “I saw a light coming from the other side of the window toward our house. I didn’t think about it. “I wondered if he was coming from the neighbors. There was a discovery because there was a discovery. My Bey Hüseyin was sitting in the car downstairs. I knocked on the window, he didn’t look. I hit him again and I pointed to the road.Cars (ambulance and gendarmerie) stopped in front of our house.I said, “My God, something has happened to my children. I said they have come to us. I learned that my lamb was martyred. Friday, at 8 p.m. , my liver arrived unannounced. Before being martyred, she called and talked to her sister. Her sister also called me. Mom, let’s see how you are. I told my daughter I wanted to keep a job, but I didn’t. I don’t want to do business. The mother said hello to Ahmet. My mom said to her sister, “Don’t worry about us, we’re fine, we’re fine.”