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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Aleppo | Civil police arrest local council member, while al-Hamza Division declines number of members at checkpoints in Afrin countryside.

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that the civil police in Rajo district in Afrin countryside have arrested the president of the agriculture chamber in the local council of Rajo. The civil police stormed the civilian’s house in Kowira village in Rajo district and took the man to the security centers on July 28 for unknown charges till now.

 

On the other hand, Turkish-backed al-Hamza Division has decreased the number of members stationed at its checkpoints in Kafrdally Tahtani, Kafrdally Foqani, Maarrata and Mazen villages, while other checkpoints have been removed completely for unknown reasons.

 

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that the military police arrested a civilian from Afrin and dragged him to its prisons in Afrin city, while reasons and motivations for the arrest have remained unknown. Meanwhile, members of the civil police arrested civilians from Kila village in Bulbul neighborhood in Afrin, but reasons remained unknown.

 

In Ma’abtly neighborhood, a patrol affiliated to the political security arrested civilians of Shourbah village on July 27 because they moved during the time of monitoring during the Autonomous Administration control on the region. On the other hand, Sultan Muarad faction released a civilian of Simalka village in the neighborhood of Ma’abtly after ten days of arrest on charges of dealing with the Autonomous Administration, after the civilian has paid 2,000 Turkish Lira for his release.

 

On July 27, also al-Hamzah Division, released two civilians from Konaki from Ma’abtly neighborhood as each of them paid 2,000 Turkish Lira for their release after had been detained for 15 days.

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