Pursuit on orders of Turkish intelligence | Military police raid colonel's house in Azaz city in northern Aleppo countryside for "refusing to reconcile with regime • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
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Pursuit on orders of Turkish intelligence | Military police raid colonel’s house in Azaz city in northern Aleppo countryside for “refusing to reconcile with regime

Aleppo province: On Turkish intelligence orders, members of the “Military Police” have raided the home of a colonel named “Ahmad Al-Qanatari” in Azaz city in the northern countryside of Aleppo, to arrest him under the pretext of “inciting demonstrations,” but Al-Qanatari was not at his home during the raid.

According to Syrian Observatory activists, “Qanatari” does not operate under the banner of Turkish-backed “National Army.”

The reason for pursuing the colonel with the aim of arrest is that he refuses to reconcile with the regime, SOHR activists reported.

It is worth noting that Turkish intelligence listed eight persons on the wanted list because of their opposition to rapprochement and reconciliation with the regime.

On January 18, SOHR activists reported that a patrol of the “Military Police” arrested a civilian displaced from Saraqib city arbitrarily in front of “Al-Boshy” mosque in the centre of Al-Bab city in north-eastern Aleppo countryside within “Euphrates Shield” area without knowing the charges pressed against him, and he was taken to a security centre.

Arbitrary arrests and chaos are escalating in areas controlled by Turkish forces and their proxy factions in the “Euphrates Shield” area