SDF withdraw from Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) and warnings from gangs kidnap citizens under the pretext of smuggling them to Iraq • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

SDF withdraw from Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) and warnings from gangs kidnap citizens under the pretext of smuggling them to Iraq

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the Syria Democratic Forces have begun to withdraw some of their armored vehicles from Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) city, where sources of the Syrian Observatory monitored the beginning of withdrawal of the Syria Democratic Forces from the city towards “Sarin” area, the sources also monitored the spread of Russian military police in Tala market in the middle of the city, in order to shop and buy their needs, in addition to their spread within al-Laban market, and the sources said that ” YPG or the SDF no longer exist within neighborhoods of the city.”

The sources continued: “But there is something important to note the citizens and warn them of, where there are smugglers who trick the people that they will smuggle them to the north of Iraq; but they are being handed over to mercenaries of Turkey where the Turkey-loyal factions then demand a ransom money, in addition to showing them to the public as prisoners of war, where a family of 2 brothers and their younger sister and the wife of one of the brothers were rescued; after being taken to Kafifeh village and handed over to the Free Army, where they received a ransom of 1.5 million Syrian pounds from them, before the forces intervened, killed the smuggling gang, and returned the family.”

A video of the Turkey-loyal factions shows new details of the arrest of Kurdish women’s protection units the fighter woman Jijek Kobani, and it shows Yasser Abdul Rahim, the commander of al-Majd Corps along with members of his faction chanting “Allahu Akbar” while saying profane things towards the Kurdish female fighter

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