Accused of “dealing with autonomous administration” | Jaish Al-Islam and military police arrest more Afrin residents • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Accused of “dealing with autonomous administration” | Jaish Al-Islam and military police arrest more Afrin residents

 

 

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that a military police patrol has arrested a resident from Hajiku village in Raju district in Afrin countryside on charges of “going out in guard shifts” during the autonomous administration’s control of Afrin city.

Jaish Al-Islam faction also has illegally arrested a civilian from Afrin for “dealing with the former autonomous administration” and collecting a ransom for his release.

Early today, SOHR reliable sources reported that Al-Jabha Al-Shamyiah had released a civilian from Taranda village in Afrin countryside last Friday, after he had paid a ransom of USD 3000. The civilian was arrested on December 30 on a charge of “dealing with the former autonomous administration”, the faction also had seized his mobile phone and 1000 US dollars.

On January 5, military police had released two residents from Maamal Ushagi village in Raju district, who had been arrested on January 4, on a charge of “going out in guard shifts” during the autonomous administration’s control of Afrin city, after paying 2,400 Turkish lire for their release.

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