المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Turkish-backed factions continue their violations, looting water pump stations in Um Ushbeh village in “Peace Spring” areas

SOHR sources say that Turkish-backed factions looted public facilities and stations used for pumping and extracting water in Um Ushbeh village in rural Al-Hasakeh. Turkish-backed factions have been dismantling since yesterday diesel engines, water extraction pumps and submersible water pumps through cranes and were transported to the warehouses in the city of Ras al-Ain “Sari Kani” where the loots are kept.

According to Observatory sources, Turkish forces withdrew from the village of Um Ushbeh during the past hours to the areas of Bab al-Faraj near Al-Assadiya and Al-Mubarakiya.

On March 13, SOHR sources reported that Turkish-backed factions committed violations similar to those committed by regime’s army, which include looting houses and installations in “Peace Spring” areas.

SOHR sources said that the homes of civilians looted in the villages of Bab al-Khair and Jan Tamer in Ras al-Ain countryside. The faction’s members also stole agricultural equipment, water tanks and other sophisticated equipment of great material value.

According to Observatory sources, Turkish-factions are selling the stolen goods in the village of Merix.

On March 12, SOHR sources reported that Turkish-backed factions stole industrial facilities from Umm Ushba village in Ras al-Ain countryside, according to Syrian Observatory sources, Turkish-backed factions dismantled an ice factory, an automated oven, a shop, a cotton gin, a car wash and shops in the village, where they were completely looted with doors, windows and copper wires.

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