Turkish-backed faction arrests two men for dealing with Syrian regime in Afrin’s Jendires
Aleppo Governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: Activists told the Syrian Observatory that members of Turkish-backed “Al-Hamza Division” arrested two men in Bablit village, which belongs to Jindires area of rural Afrin in northwest Aleppo, for collaborating with Syrian regime, and were taken to an unknown destination to date.
A few days ago, The Syrian Observatory had reported that an armed group belonging to “Jaysh Al-Sharqiya” faction stormed the house of a displaced person from Idlib, originally displaced from eastern Ghouta. The civilian was severely beaten in front of his family because of his refusal to leave the house on the pretext that the house was owned by “Jaysh Al-Sharqiya” faction, knowing that the victim had rented the house from his owners in Jindires. The faction leader sent death threats to the civilian through his members if he did not leave the house immediately, thereby forcing the civilian to leave the house.