Turkish Army Resettles Over 200 Family Members of Terrorists in Northern Syria

The Turkish Army has resettled more than 200 family members of the terrorists in occupied Afrin in Northwestern Aleppo, a Kurdish-language media outlet reported on Tuesday.

Hawar news reported that the Turkish troops and Ankara-backed militants have forced the remaining pockets of local residents out of Mobata region in Afrin and settled over 200 family members of terrorists in their residential units.

Hawar news further reported that the Ankara forces continued suppressing popular uprisings in the region, adding that tens of residents of the village of Tal Salour and in Jandaris region are still homeless.

It went on to say that at least 75 civilians have been kidnapped by the Ankara forces in the village of Mobata, Jandarisah, Bolbolah and Shirawa in the last two weeks to blackmail their family members to pay a hefty amount of money for their release.

The Kurdish-language Hawar news reported on Saturday that governor of Turkey’s Hatay called on Ankara-backed militants in Afrin in Northwestern Aleppo to hand over the entire olive crops to the Turkish province.

In the meantime, Salah Ibo, the deputy head of Afrin Agriculture Department, said that Ankara intended to steal $100 mln of Afrin residents’ agricultural products.

Also, Hawar news went on to say that terrorists of Ahrar al-Shamiyah and Tajamo’a Adl, both affiliated to the Turkish army, have started fierce clashes in the village of Qajomo in Jandaris region over distribution of looted olive products.

It added that residents in Jandaris are now allowed to step onto their farms after the Ankara forces seized their lands.


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