The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Fears for the life of a displaced person from the Eastern Ghouta to Idlib who was handed over to the Turkish intelligence after appearing in a video threatening Erdogan to buy the Turkish area of Rayhanli

Idlib Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory received information from intersected sources that the Turkish intelligence forces arrested Abu Badr Eid from the displaced people of Zamalka town in the Eastern Ghouta to Idlib Province in the Syrian north, where Eid appeared in a video at the separation wall that was built by the Turkish Forces along the border strip between Idlib and Iskenderun, and they deployed their forces and border guards, where Eid in the video criticized the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatening him: “at the moment you will sell Idlib we will buy al-Rayhanli from you”, then Eid returned and appears in another video justifying the first video as a “joke”, as it was not known whether Eid had received a threat after appearing in the first video to justify his personal opinion and what he said in a second video, and sources told the Syrian Observatory that the fingers are pointing to al-Sham Corps faction which is close to Turkey of handing over Abu Bader Eid to the Turkish intelligence, amid fears for his life.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 13th of September 2018 that that the Turkish Jandarma killed 2 young men of the same family, from Kherbet Al-Joz village in the northern countryside of Idlib, where the sources confirmed that one of them was killed after being shot by the Turkish Jandarma, while the latter killed the other young man after being beaten and tortured to death, raising to 410 civilians at least, the number of citizens who have been killed since the beginning of the Syrian Revolution, including 75 children under the age of eighteen and 37 citizen women over the age of eighteen, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the injury of hundreds of others in the continued targeting by the Turkish border guards for the Syrian citizens who escaped from the military operation in their areas towards places in which they can find a safe haven that keeps them away of the death that is following them in their country Syria, in order for their children to have a better life and their fate doesn’t end up to be like the fate of more than 20000 children killed since the start of the Syrian revolution, or the fate of tens of thousands of other children who had permanent disabilities, or the fate of thousands of children who were dragged into the military operation and turned into fighters and bombers.