Accused of “dealing with the Autonomous Administration” | Military police and “Al-Sham Corps” arrest civilians from Afrin • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Accused of “dealing with the Autonomous Administration” | Military police and “Al-Sham Corps” arrest civilians from Afrin

Aleppo province: Reliable sources have told SOHR that members of a military police patrol arrested a civilian from Atama village in Raju district in Afrin countryside for “dealing with the Autonomous Administration”. According to SOHR sources, the arrested civilian had asked a displaced man to pay the rent of the house he lives in, where the house belongs to the arrested civilian’s brother. However, the displaced man refused to pay the rent and filed a complaint in the military police headquarters accusing the civilian of “dealing with the Autonomous Administration”.

 

On the other hand, “Al-Sham Corps”, which is close to the Turkish intelligence, has arrested a two civilians from Kabashin village in Shirawa district for “dealing with the former Autonomous Administration” with the aim to take a ransom.

 

SOHR sources reported earlier today that a joint patrol of military police and Turkish intelligence arrested a resident from “Ramdana” village and living in Jendires district in Afrin countryside on January 10, after he had recently returned from Lebanon to Afrin.

 

Meanwhile, Turkish-backed military police arrested the owner of an olive presser, who is from Mustka village in Sheikh Al-Hadeed district. The man was released after paying a ransom.

 

Moreover, “Al-Jabha Al-Shamiyah” released a resident from Tiranda village in Afrin countryside for a ransom of 2,000 USD.

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