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Turkish-backed factions’ violations | Al-Hamza Division burns down five houses in rural Tal Tamr, after looting their contents

Al-Hasakah Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: SOHR sources have reported that members of the Turkish-backed “Al-Hamza Division” burned down five civilian houses in Al-Qasimiyah village in west Tel Tamr countryside, after looting their contents.

 

Al-Qasimiyah village is empty of population as the residents had fled from the village during the attack by Turkish forces and their proxy factions on the region. The village also hosts a large Turkish military base.

 

This development coincided with ongoing violations against the residents and their properties and the Turkish-backed factions’ escalating dominance.

 

On February 3, SOHR sources reported that members of the Turkish-backed “Al-Hamza Division” set fire to four houses belonging to displaced families in Al-Qasimiyyah village in Tal Tamr countryside, near the Turkish post.

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