Ongoing violations in Afrin | Military police release civilian and his son after paying large ransom • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Ongoing violations in Afrin | Military police release civilian and his son after paying large ransom

Aleppo province: Reliable sources have informed SOHR that the military police in Afrin released a civilian and his son yesterday, after they had paid a ransom of 5,000 USD. The two civilians who have been displaced from Al-Mayser neighbourhood in Aleppo city had been arrested on May 11 for “communicating with SDF.”

In the same context, military police released a civilian from Kayla village in Bolbol district, after having arrested for “participating in guard shifts during the Autonomous Administration’s control of Afrin city.”

On the other hand, members of a patrol of military police arrested, on May 15, three civilians from Darkarih village in Maabatli district for “participating in guard shifts during the Autonomous Administration’s control of Afrin city.”

Observatory sources have just reported that members of a patrol of “Al-Jabha Al-Shamiyyah” arrested a 70-year-old man from Maabatli district in Afrin countryside for unknown reasons.

On the other hand, the military police arrested, on May 11, a civilian and his son who have been displaced from Al-Mayser neighbourhood in Aleppo city for “communicating with SDF,” where the two civilians were taken to a prison in Afrin.

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that “military police” in Afrin released, on May 11, a civilian after paying a ransom of 1,000 USD. The civilian had been arrested for “performing a military service in the ranks of the Self-Defence Forces during Autonomous Administration’s control of Afrin.”

Meanwhile, a joint patrol of military police and Turkish intelligence service arrested two siblings from Maabatli district in Afrin countryside on May 10 for “performing a military service in the ranks of the Self-Defence Forces during Autonomous Administration’s control of the area.”

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