After collecting ransoms from ten detainees | Al-Sultan Muhammed al-Fateh faction detains three other civilians in Rajo district in Afrin • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

After collecting ransoms from ten detainees | Al-Sultan Muhammed al-Fateh faction detains three other civilians in Rajo district in Afrin

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that a military patrol of “al-Sultan Muhammed al-Fateh” faction in “Olive Branch” areas arrested, yesterday, three civilians from Ma’mal Ushagi village in Rajo district, over charges of dealing with the former “Autonomous Administration”, and took them to an unknown destination.

Turkish-backed factions detain Afrin civilians, to get benefits and collect ransoms for their release.

These developments came less than a week after ten detainees from the same village were released. They were detained on charges of dealing with the former “Autonomous Administration”, and then they were released on October 14, after the faction had collected a ransom of 2000 T.L for each.

A few hours ago, SOHR activists reported that the Turkish-backed military police arrested a civilian from Kamarshiyah village in Raju district, while he was installing water meters, for “dealing with the Autonomous Administration during its control of Afrin”.

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