المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

The killing of a displaced person from Homs province under torture by the “military police” in Jarabulus at areas of “Euphrates Shield” ignites resentment among inhabitants of the area and the people displaced to it

Aleppo Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory monitored resentment among the people in Jarabulus town, which is under the control of “Euphrates Shield” factions in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, due to the death of a displaced man from Homs countryside under torture within the detentions of the “military police” in Jarabulus, where the man was severely tortured by various methods which led to his death, but no information yet about the reasons for his arrest, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 28th of January 2018 that a violent explosion shook Azaz area in the northern sector of Aleppo countryside, caused by a car explosion southeast of Azaz city at the Kafrkalbin junction that leads to Azaz and Kaljibrin, which caused material damage and injured about 5 people at least, one of them seriously injured, and earlier the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of a displaced man from al-Bokamal city, where he died affected by injured he had in a booby-trapped motorcycle explosion on the 24th of January, near the Center Roundabout in al-Bab city in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, raising the number of victims of the bombing to 4 including a child. This comes in a continuation of the series of security chaos in the area which is under the control of “Euphrates Shield” Operation Forces, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published on the 24th of January 2019 that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored a violent explosion in Afrin city, which is controlled by Operation “Olive Branch” in the northwestern sector of Aleppo countryside, and intersecting sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory that explosion was caused by detonating a booby-trapped vehicle in the market area in the city, which caused serious damage in the bombing area, also the bombing -which according to sources took place near a headquarters of an the Islamic Front-  killed and injured tens of people, where the Syrian Observatory documented the death of 8 people at least, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented on Friday night that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented the death of at least 4 members of a rebel Corps, who were killed as a result of an IED explosion in a vehicle of the Corps at Deir Sawan – Al-Nabi Hori Road in the countryside of Afrin city in the north-eastern sector of Aleppo countryside, the explosion also resulted in the injury of more than 4 others which may increase the death toll, within the continued targeting and assassination in Afrin and its countryside in the wake of the widespread security chaos there, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday evening, Thursday, that at least 4 persons were killed as a result of the bombing which hit an area near Al-Nayruz round about on the road to Rajo, in Afrin city, in the north-western sector of Aleppo countryside, which is controlled by the forces of Operation “Olive Branch”, including one fighter at least, and reliable sources confirmed that the death toll is expected to increase due to the presence of injured cases in serious conditions, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published hours ago, that it monitored alerts on the security and military checkpoints of what is known as the “military police” and the factions of “Olive Branch and Euphrates Shield” Operations, within their controlled areas in Aleppo countryside, in a new attempt by them to “control security” at a time where Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch areas are witnessing growing security chaos on a daily basis, through bombings, assassinations, targeting, theft, looting, and kidnapping etc., the most recent of which was what happened in areas of Euphrates Shield yesterday, Wednesday, and the Syrian Observatory published on Wednesday that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored the continuation of security events caused by the security chaos in areas controlled by factions backed by the Turkish Forces in the countryside of Aleppo Province, where the Syrian Observatory monitored targeting by unidentified gunmen with several shots for 3 people in al-Bab city, which is located in the northeastern countryside to Aleppo, killing at least 2 of them and injuring the third one seriously, which may raise the death toll, and this targeting comes within the series of events that have been taking place in the countryside of Aleppo, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored 2 violent explosions at least in al-Bab city in the northeastern sector of Aleppo countryside, one was caused by detonating a vehicle believed to be a booby-trapped motorcycle near al-Kabir Mosque in al-Bab city, which is controlled by forces of “Euphrates Shield” which is led by Turkey and includes factions loyal and close to Turkey, the explosive killed a person and injured 7 others with varying degrees of severity, raising to 2, the number of people killed in the bombings that hit today the northern and northeastern countryside of Aleppo, while it rose to 33, the number of people who were injured with varying degrees of severity in Azaz, al-Rai, and al-Bab, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in critical situation, and the Syrian Observatory monitored today 5 explosion took place in the countryside of Aleppo in areas controlled by faction close to Turkey and operate under its command, one of them in Azaz by a car bomb attack, another in al-Rai by a motorcycle bomb, and 2 in in al-Bab one of them by a booby-trapped motorcycle, and the last one was in Dabiq, but it is not known whether it was caused by an IED.

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