Aleppo | "Military police" arrest two siblings and release civilian after paying ransom in Afrin • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Aleppo | “Military police” arrest two siblings and release civilian after paying ransom in Afrin

SOHR activists have reported that “Military Police” in Afrin have released a civilian for a ransom of 1000 USD. The civilian had been arrested for “Performing a Self-Defence service during Autonomous-administration control over Afrin” on May 11.

Meanwhile, a patrol of “Turkish Military Police and Intelligence” arrested two siblings from Maabatli district in Afrin countryside on May 10 for ” Performing self-defence service during Autonomous-administration control over Afrin.”

On May 10, SOHR activists reported that members of Al-Sultan Murad Division, which controls Dirswan village in Sharan district lured a woman and her daughter from Damascus city on the pretext of smuggling them into Turkey, but the faction kidnapped them, demanding that their relatives pay a ransom.

Meanwhile, Political Security service released a man from Afrin for a ransom of 3,500 Turkish liras. The released man had been arrested on May 7 on charges of dealing with Kurdish forces and SDF.

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