المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Pretended to be Syrians | National Army arrests nine Iranian people, after having deported from Turkey to Syria

Reliable sources have reported that the Turkish government deported nine Iranian people to areas under the control of Turkish forces and factions of the National Army in north Aleppo countryside a week ago.

 

According to the sources, these people were from Paveh city in Kermanshah province in west Iran, which is inhabited mostly by Kurdish citizens, and they entered Turkey a few months ago. When the nine people were arrested later by the Turkish Border Guard Forces (Jandarma), while they were attempting to sneak into Europe, they claimed that they were Syrian citizens, so that they would be deported outside Turkey. However, the Turkish government deported them to Syria, via Bab al-Salamah crossing, which is under the control of the factions of the National Army.

 

As soon as the Iranian people had arrived in Syria, they were all arrested, while their fate remained unknown, amid appeals by their families on social media to disclose their sons’ fate.

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