Turkish army and gangs set fields on fire in Afrin

The invading Turkish state and their gangs continue to burn trees and fields in Afrin. Tens of thousands of acres of land and olive groves have been set on fire in Meydanke and Rajo.

The invading Turkish state and their allied gangs continue to harm the natural environment as well as oppressing the peoples of Afrin. The invaders have set fire to trees and fields in several districts of Afrin, and started to set fire to fields and groves in the Meydanke village, the Meydan Ekbez village in Rajo and the Zahre and Shengali villages in Bilbile last night.

With the invasion operation launched on January 20 and subsequent entry to Afrin city center on March 18, the invading Turkish state has been abducting/holding to ransom, raping and killing civilians, as well as massacring the history and nature of Afrin.

Many buildings, historic artifacts and sites have been destroyed in Turkish state bombings from jets and tanks. Tens of thousands of acres of land have been burned to ashes.