Ongoing atrocities | “Al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah” storms house of a girl, after escaping from affiliated military camp • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Ongoing atrocities | “Al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah” storms house of a girl, after escaping from affiliated military camp

SDF intelligence arrests the girl’s father

Al-Haskah province: Local sources have told SOHR that members of the “al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah” (the Revolutionary Youth) have stormed the house of the family of a young girl known by her initials as R. A. who managed to escape from a military camp affiliated to “al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah”.


According to the sources, a group of four people of “al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah”, including two women, trespassed the girl’s house in al-Darbasiyyah city and attempted to take over mobile phones from the inhabitants to check them and communicate with the fugitive girl who managed to reach a safe place away from the grip of “al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah”.


On the other hand, SDF intelligence service had arrested the girl’s father a few days ago, at orders by “al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah”, and he has been still detained.


On September 29, SOHR activists reported that a girl under the age of eighteen known by her initials as F. R. from Qourmanyah village in Derbasyah countryside joined al-Shabiba al-Thawriyah, after she had fled her family’s house over disagreements with her family.


According to SOHR sources, the girl’s parents staged a sit-in for two days in front of al-Shabibah al-Thawriyah center in al-Qamishly city and started a hunger strike, calling for the return of their daughter who had joined the military camps of al-Shabibah al-Thawriyah. However, the officials responsible for the training camps rejected to bring the minor girl back to her family, but they promised them to allow them to visit her after the end of the training course. Meanwhile, the girl’s parents continued their hunger strike.


Al-Shabibah al-Thawriyah worked on recruiting children into the military formation in SDF-held areas, exploiting the disagreements between these children and their families, along with exerting pressure on these children’s families in order not to ask for the return of their kids.

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