Turkish-backed factions’ violations | Military police storm several houses in Jarabulus, arresting ten displaced young people from Homs
Aleppo Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: SOHR sources have reported that the Turkish-backed military police have stormed several houses in Al-Mal’ab camp in Jarabulus city, belonging to displaced families from Homs province. During this raid, the military police have arresting ten young people from Al-Hawla.
According to SOHR sources, the Turkish-backed military police were searching for ISIS cells, and they terrorized the children and women and seized their possessions, including personal properties and money, then they took the ten young people to the police station in Jarabulus.
On January 20, SOHR activists reported that gunmen from the Turkish-backed “Suleiman Shah” faction arrested a 16-year-old girl after raiding her family’s house in the village of Hajj Bilal in Sheikh Hadid district in rural Afrin, north-west of Aleppo. The reasons and motives behind this arrest remained unknown.
While on January 18, reliable sources informed the Syrian Observatory that members of the Ankara-backed “Al-Jabha Al-Shamiya” arrested two civilians from the village of Hassa of Ma’abatli district in Afrin countryside, including an elderly man, and they were taken to the faction’s prisons in the district.