المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Members of the Turkish-backed “al-Majd Legion” smash the head of a person defended himself as his car was being stolen north of al-Raqqah

Reliable sources confirmed to the Syrian Observatory the death of a citizen in Tal Abyad area in the northern countryside of al-Raqqah, after he defended himself while a group of “al-Majd Legion” attempted to get him out of his car trying to steal it, and the sources explained that the young man -who is a civilian- was killed after being hit on the head with an iron stick.

And sources of the Syrian Observatory reported that the Turkish-backed factions arrested today several citizens in Tal Abyad countryside, and according to sources of the “Syrian Observatory”, members of “Ahrar al-Sharqiyyah” faction of the “National Army,” arrested this afternoon nine civilians -including children and elders- from Zaidi village east of Sluk town, without pressing charges against them, and they were detained in a prison inside Sluk town in Tal Abyad countryside.

The Syrian Observatory monitored today that the Turkish-backed factions continue to carry out the most horrendous violations against civilians in the areas they recently took over in northeastern Syria after the military operation “Peace Spring”.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented a new incident in which one of the factions located in the city of Ras al-Ayn (Sari Kani) kidnapped a Kurdish young man with special needs, after returning to his home with his mother, the Syrian Observatory sources said that members of the faction tried to kill the young man but the intervention of the residents of the neighborhood prevented that from happening, then was kidnaped by the faction waiting an unknown fate.

The Syrian Observatory sources added that the mother of the young man tried repeatedly through dignitaries close to the factions in order to release her son, but all her attempts failed, amid reports that the faction who kidnapped the young man was “Al-Hamza Division”.

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