Aleppo Province | Turkish-backed militiamen arrest five men and assault woman in Al-Bab • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Aleppo Province | Turkish-backed militiamen arrest five men and assault woman in Al-Bab

Aleppo Province: A joint patrol of the Military Police and the “National Army” arrested five men, and they were as follows: four men of the same families, a teacher and his three sons from Al-Bab and another one from Palmyra. The Turkish-backed factions beat the first man’s pregnant wife, which caused bruises and  she was taken to the hospital.

Over the arbitrary arrest, several people from Al-Bab and Palmyra and others of the Teachers’ Union headed to the Military Police headquarters in Al-Bab where they protested and demanded the release of the arrested people and a formal apology.

According to SOHR activists, the arrest came after calls for staging demonstrations by teachers to improve their living conditions and raise their salaries in light of the ongoing freefall of the Turkish Lira and the high prices in “Euphrates Shield” and “Olive Branch” areas in Aleppo countryside controlled by Turkish forces.

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