Drug-related crime | Father tortures his son in Turkish backed factions-held areas • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Drug-related crime | Father tortures his son in Turkish backed factions-held areas

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that a addict father has severely beaten his child due to poor economic situation and inability to buy drugs to sustain his addiction, according to local sources.
The police of Al-Bab city in the eastern Aleppo countryside dispatched a patrol to arrest the father.
It is worth noting that drug trafficking and promoting is widespread in Turkish-backed factions-held areas, where these factions manufacture drugs and fight each other over manufacturing and trading of drugs.

On November 8, SOHR activists reported that violent clashes, with heavy and medium weapons and RPG shells, erupted between two groups of Al-Hamza Division in Afrin city center and Julqan village in Jendires district.

According to SOHR activists, “Abu Jaber”, a commander in Al-Hamza Division, kidnapped the brother of “Alaa Junaid”, a commander in Liwaa Al-Ghab which operates under the banner of Al-Hamza Division, in Julqan village in Jendires district in Afrin countryside. Meanwhile, “Alaa Junaid” brought in military reinforcement to Kafr Shil and Julqan villages in Afrin countryside and launched a large-scale attack on Al-Hamza Division’s headquarters in the those villages.

Moreover, Liwaa Al-Ghab launched a violent attack on the headquarters of a group of Al-Hamza Division led by “Hassanki Barir” in the former “Asayesh” building, during which medium and heavy weapons and RPG shells were used near civilians’ houses, which left casualties on both sides, amid a state of panic and fear prevailing among civilians.

It is worth noting that “Alaa Junaid” was accused of selling a Turkish armoured vehicle to the forces of the Russian security company “Wagner” in Libya, while the other two leaders, “Abu Jaber” and “Hassanki Barir”, were accused of running a drug manufacturing laboratory which was revealed in early October.
Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that a civilian has severely beaten his child, due to poor economic situation and inability to buy drugs, according to local sources.

Accordingly, the police of Al-Bab city in the eastern Aleppo countryside sent a patrol to arrest and punish the father.

It is worth noting that drug trafficking and promoting is widespread in Turkish-backed factions-held areas, where these factions manufacture drugs and fight each other over manufacturing and trading of drugs.

On November 8, SOHR activists reported that violent clashes, with heavy and medium weapons and RPG shells, erupted between two groups of Al-Hamza Division in Afrin city center and Julqan village in Jendires district.

According to SOHR activists, “Abu Jaber”, a commander in Al-Hamza Division, kidnapped the brother of “Alaa Junaid”, a commander in Liwaa Al-Ghab which operates under the banner of Al-Hamza Division, in Julqan village in Jendires district in Afrin countryside. Meanwhile, “Alaa Junaid” brought in military reinforcement to Kafr Shil and Julqan villages in Afrin countryside and launched a large-scale attack on Al-Hamza Division’s headquarters in the those villages.

Moreover, Liwaa Al-Ghab launched a violent attack on the headquarters of a group of Al-Hamza Division led by “Hassanki Barir” in the former “Asayesh” building, during which medium and heavy weapons and RPG shells were used near civilians’ houses, which left casualties on both sides, amid a state of panic and fear prevailing among civilians.

It is worth noting that “Alaa Junaid” was accused of selling a Turkish armoured vehicle to the forces of the Russian security company “Wagner” in Libya, while the other two leaders, “Abu Jaber” and “Hassanki Barir”, were accused of running a drug manufacturing laboratory which was revealed in early October.

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