Rural Al-Hasakeh | Clashes erupt among Turkish-backed factions, due to dispute over sharing of wheat and barley crops
SOHR sources say that clashes erupted on Tuesday with light weapons between members of Al-Mutassim Division, Al-Sultan Murad and Al-Hamzat in the villages of Om Ushbeh, Bab al-Khair, Masbagha and Amirat in rural Al-Hasakeh, due to dispute over sharing of wheat and barley crops in the area.
On May 10, SOHR activists confirmed that Turkish-backed factions looted agricultural crops belonging to civilians in the villages of Bu’ayrir, Qasemiyah and Mahmoudiyah in the area between Abu Rasin (Zarkan) and Tal Tamr in rural Al-Hasakah.
These practices come as a part of ongoing violations by Turkish-backed factions against the remaining residents of these areas through stealing and looting their properties and sources of income.
On May 9, SOHR sources reported that Turkish-backed factions seized wheat and agricultural crops whose owners abandoned them during the Turkish military operation “Peace Spring”.
Turkish-backed factions seized the wheat and barley fields in Rihaniya village and Daoudiyet Mala in rural Tal Tamer, Tal Baidar, Attia village, Naddas, Tal Sakher and Asdiyet Al-Izidiyyin in Ras al-Ain countryside.