Armed group kidnaps an olive oil merchant in Raju Township in Afrin countryside northwest Aleppo • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Armed group kidnaps an olive oil merchant in Raju Township in Afrin countryside northwest Aleppo

Aleppo Province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: the Syrian Observatory learned from reliable sources that an armed group belongs to a Turkish-backed faction kidnapped an olive oil merchant in Raju city in Afrin countryside, while he was on his way home coming back from his place of work, and according to the Syrian Observatory’s information, the merchants $20000 with him because he is a merchants, which suggests that the kidnapping took place with the aim of theft, and the Syrian Observatory published on the 6th of November 2019 that the the pro-Ankara factions are continuing their violations against the people of Afrin represented by daily thefts and looting actions.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that members of the Turkish-backed army of Ahrar al-Sharqiyyah, heads to the agricultural orchards daily in Jendires Township in Afrin countryside, to cut off tens of trees from farm fields owned by persons from the area, of those who have displaced from their villages after the factions of the operation “Olive Branch” and the Turkish forces imposed their control over the area, according to information obtained by SOHR; the trees cutting off is carried out daily and the faction’s members sell them to merchants as firewood for heating.

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