Gunmen from the Turkey-loyal "Hamza Division" kidnap a young Kurdish man in Afrin countryside to force his relatives to pay 20 million SYP ransom • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Gunmen from the Turkey-loyal “Hamza Division” kidnap a young Kurdish man in Afrin countryside to force his relatives to pay 20 million SYP ransom

Reliable sources told the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that gunmen from the Turkey-loyal “Hamza Division” faction; kidnapped a citizen from Faqira village of Jandairis area in the countryside of Afrin; while he was going to the center of Afrin city, local sources told the “Syrian Observatory” that fighters of “Hamza Division” faction contacted the family of the kidnapped citizen and demanded them to pay 20 million Syrian pounds ransom in exchange for his release, and they threatened them to kill the citizen if the money was not paid.

The Syrian Observatory published yesterday that reliable sources informed the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, that members of the Brigade “Shuhada’a Al-Sfireh” which is affiliated to the Turkish-backed faction of “Sultan Murad”, publicly loot shops in Deir Suran town in Afrin countryside, and according to the information obtained by the SOHR; the looting acts are represented by forcing the shop owners to sell goods for the faction’s members on credit, and when the shop owner asks a member to pay the overdue money, the member threatens the seller to arrest and kidnap him.

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