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Ain Issa | SDF confiscates flock of sheep owned by tribal chief, for “attempting” to smuggle it into areas held by Turkish-backed factions

SOHR sources say that SDF’s military police have confiscated a large flock of sheep, some 550 sheep, for trying to smuggle them into the areas controlled by Turkish-backed factions.

The shepherds were grazing their cattle in areas east of the M4 road. The cattle owned by a tribal chief of the Jiss clan in Ain Issa. 

The areas’ dignitaries intervened to resolve the dispute and return the flock to its owner.

Yesterday, reliable sources informed the Syrian Observatory that SDF intelligence service arrested three persons in Ain Al-Arab (Kobani) for “spying for Turkish intelligence”. According to SOHR sources, the arrested people are Kurds from Ain Al-Arab, and they are accused of telling the Turkish intelligence about coordinates and military movements. They are also accused of giving the Turkish intelligence the coordinates of the place where “Star Conference on Women” was held in the countryside of Ain Al-Arab (Kobani).

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