Violations by Turkish-backed factions | “Azm” operations room loots, sabotages and devastates civilians’ properties in rural Aleppo • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Violations by Turkish-backed factions | “Azm” operations room loots, sabotages and devastates civilians’ properties in rural Aleppo

Aleppo province: SOHR sources say that Turkish-backed military groups operating under the banner of “Azm” operations room devastated the roof of a house near the frontlines with regime forces in the northern countryside of Aleppo in order to take the steel and sell it, as a ton of steel is sold for nearly 400 USD. It is worth noting that the devastated house contained nearly a ton of steal.

 

On the other hand, Turkish-backed militiamen of “Abu Bakr Mu’az”  group have felled fruit-bearing olive trees in the section of Tadef which is under the control of al-Sham Corps, one of the factions operating under the banner of “Azm” operations room, in order to sell them as logs used for heating. It is worth noting that a ton of logs is sold for 100 USD, while the felled trees weigh nearly 250 kilograms each.

 

It is worth noting that the unified operations room of “Azm” was formatted in mid-August, and it comprised al-Jabha al-Shamiyyah, Jaysh al-Islam, al-Majd Corps the 51st Division, Malak Shah Division, liwaa al-Islam, al-Sham Corps, Sultan Murad Division, Liwaa al-Shamal, ninth Division, the 112th Brigade, al-Muntaser Bellah Division, Thowwar al-Sham and other Turkish-backed factions and battalions.

 

On November 14, SOHR sources reported that members of a group of Sultan Murad Division, led by a commander known by his initials as A. A., cut down trees and stole caps of sewage system in areas under the control of factions of the National Army in Tadef town in al-Bab countryside in eastern Aleppo.

 

According to SOHR sources, Turkish-backed factions in al-Bab city blocked the road between Tadef town and al-Kurayzat village with the aim to cloak the thefts and cutting down of trees in the region.

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