After looting houses… Turkish-backed factions demolish homes stealing electrical wiring from them

Turkish-backed factions continue to carry out all kinds of violations in areas of “Peace Spring” Operation, where the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored looting carried out by these factions in Om Eshbeh village in Hasakah countryside.

Reliable sources said that the factions demolished the old mud houses to extract wood from them, also the electrical wiring was taken from the houses to be sold as scrap.

It is noteworthy that houses of citizens suffered major thefts after they were controlled by “Peace Spring” operation, and these factions took over the houses that their owners abandoned.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored on the 19th of February 2020 that the Turkish-backed factions continue to carry out the most heinous violations against civilians in the areas they recently captured in northeastern countryside of Syria after “Peace Spring” Operation, where the Syrian Observatory monitored the Turkish-backed factions releasing a citizen they detained for a month with the purpose of extortion and demanding a ransom, after he returned to Ras al-Ayn city.

The factions released him after receiving about $10,000.

The Syrian Observatory monitored on the 30th of January 2020 that the Turkish-backed factions continue to carry out the most heinous violations against the civilians in the areas that they recently controlled in northeastern Syria by “Peace Spring” Operation, where members of those factions stole 20 sheep belong to one of the citizens in al-Amir village, which is located on the international M4 road north al-Raqqah.

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