المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Afrin’s displace people witness catastrophic humanitarian conditions in camps at the northern countryside of Aleppo after being displaced by “Olive Branch” Operation and the SOHR renews its appeal to them to return

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitored catastrophic humanitarian conditions experienced by people of Afrin area, who were forced by the Turkish military operation “Olive Branch” to displace from their areas towards camps of displacement in the northern countryside of Aleppo, where tens of thousands of Afrin people are living in tragic humanitarian conditions, distributed in 5 camps, they are Barkhodan camp, Sardam camp, Afrin camp, al-Shahba camp, and al-Awdah camp, all located in the northern countryside of Aleppo and they lack the slightest necessities of life, and their situation is worsening as winter enters, where rainwater seeps into their primitive camps, amid scarcity of aid from the international organizations.

On Monday, the Syrian Observatory published a report about Afrin, its end says: the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights as it continues to uncover crimes and violations committed by Turkey-loyal opposition Syrian factions at the orders of the Turkish President and the Turkish intelligence; SOHR calls on people of Afrin to confront Turkey’s attempts to carry out a demographic change in the area and calls for People and residents of Afrin who are displaced in the northern countryside of Aleppo, to return to their homes and defend them and face the demographic change operation, before they miss the opportunity and became displaced forever, in light of the Turkish attempts to settle new inhabitants in the area and keep its original people away of it completely, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also calls on international humanitarian and human rights organizations to put pressure on Turkey and the international community in all possible ways to counter Turkey’s demographic change in the Syrian territory. The Syrian Observatory also warns of the dangers of abuses by the Turkey-loyal factions, which will have a negative impact in the area and its population in the short and long term.

Lens of the Syrian Observatory from the northern countryside of Aleppo monitors the catastrophic humanitarian situation experienced by people of Afrin area in camps of Barkhodan and Sardam, after “Olive Branch” Operation forced them to displace from their areas

Lens of the Syrian Observatory from the northern countryside of Aleppo monitors the catastrophic humanitarian situation…

Posted by Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on Tuesday, November 5, 2019

Lens of the Syrian Observatory from the northern countryside of Aleppo monitors the catastrophic humanitarian situation…

Posted by Syrian Observatory for Human Rights on Tuesday, November 5, 2019

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