Accused of “dealing with Kurdish forces” | Four civilians arrested by Turkish intelligence and military police in Jendires district in Afrin countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Accused of “dealing with Kurdish forces” | Four civilians arrested by Turkish intelligence and military police in Jendires district in Afrin countryside

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that a joint patrol of Turkish military police and intelligence arrested three civilians from Tel Slour in Jendires district in Afrin countryside, north-west of Aleppo on June 15 for “dealing with Kurdish forces.” The patrol members also arrested another civilian from Kafr Safra in Jendires district for the same charge.

Yesterday, June 18, SOHR activists reported that a patrol of the Turkish-backed military police arrested a civilian from Kakherah village in Ma’batli district on June 14 for “managing properties of civilians collaborating with the former Autonomous Administration,” where the patrol’s members asked for money in return for his the civilian’s release.

Similarly, members of a military police patrol arrested two civilians from Ramadiyah village in Jendires district last week for “dealing with the former Autonomous Administration.”

Moreover, members of Al-Sham Corps which are close to Turkish intelligence arrested three civilians from Qarrah Baba village in Raju district on June 13 for “dealing with the former Autonomous Administration.” The arrested civilians included two siblings who have returned recently from Aleppo city. While the third man was the elder of the village who was arrested for not informing the faction of the return of the two siblings. The three civilians were taken to an unknown destination.