Aleppo | Military police arrest three civilians in Jendieres district in Afrin countryside and release others for ransom • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Aleppo | Military police arrest three civilians in Jendieres district in Afrin countryside and release others for ransom

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that a patrol of the military police arrested three civilians of Tel Selour in Jendieres district this week for “dealing with the former Autonomous Administration.

Meanwhile, military police in Afrin released a man from Raju district in Afrin countryside for a ransom of 5,000 TL. The man had been arrested for appearing on a Kurdish channel.

Jaysh Al-Islam faction also released a civilian from Zafankah village in Bulbul district for a ransom of 350 USD. The man had been arrested on June 29 over fighting with a member of Jayish Al-Islam faction.

On June 29, SOHR activists reported that members of Ahrar Al-Sharqiyah faction severely beat a civilian, who lives in Afrin city and works as a taxi driver, from Darkreh in Ma’batly district on June 26, for “blocking the road for a military vehicle”.

The civilian suffered bruises in different areas of his body, and he was forced to pay 200 USDs ransoms for “dealing with the former Autonomous Administration.”

On the other hand, members of Al-Sham Legion severely beat three civilians from Ba’ya village in Shirawa district in Afrin countryside, opened fire in the air to intimidate civilians and took the civilians to the infamous Iska prison, without knowing the charges pressed against them.

On June 17, two members of Jaish Al-Sharqiyah severely beat a civilian from Sandyanka village in Jinderes district in Afrin countryside, took his money, motorbike and cellular phone and tied him to an olive tree, and although the civilian issued an official complaint to the faction, the faction refused registering his complaint.

Moreover, a member of Al-Jabha Al-Shamiyah overtook a commercial store in the centre of Afrin city, and rented it for 50 USDs per month. The store belonged to a civilian from Atmanly village in Rajo district.

On the same context, a member of Luwaa Al-Shamal sold a house near Nairoz Square for 2,500 USDs. The house belonged to a civilian from Bulbul district.