Ongoing arrests | Turkish-backed factions in Afrin impose fine for releasing detainees • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Ongoing arrests | Turkish-backed factions in Afrin impose fine for releasing detainees

Aleppo province: SOHR sources have reported that a patrol of the military police arrested a minor boy from Al-Basoutah village in Afrin countryside, yesterday, for “having a blank gun”. The boy was taken to the military police’s headquarters in Afrin city.

 

On the other hand civil police in Azaz city in northern Aleppo arrested a civilian from Maydanki village in Sharran district in December 2, while he was distributing food in the city, for “dealing with the Autonomous Administration during its control of Afrin”. The man had been arrested for the same charge, and he had his security situation settled at that time, before he was arrested again.

 

Moreover, the courthouse in Afrin city imposed a fine of 1,500 TL on a young man with special need who was arrested by the military police on November 29, although he faced no accusations. It is worth noting that the young man is of a low-income family and does not have the requested money.

 

A few days ago, the military police arrested a young man from Hamam village in Jendires district for unknown reasons, after he returned to his village from Kurdish-backed factions in the northern countryside.

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