Last Armenian in Afrin forced to migrate
The Turkish state and their allied gangs confiscated the last Armenian who was still in Afrin Harut Kivork’s home and turned it into a mosque.
The Turkish state and their allied gangs have continued their robbery, pillaging, rapes and all manner of inhumane attacks since the first day they invaded Afrin. Thousands of families’ homes have been confiscated to date, now including the home and all possessions of the last Armenian who was still living in Afrin, Harut Kivork.
Harut Kivork’s family is one of hundreds of thousands who were forced to migrate to Afrin in 1915 during the Ottoman Empire’s Armenian Genocide. They have lived in Afrin since then, and Kivork had been making a living in a metal shop, which was confiscated along with his home by the Turkish state allied gangs.
Kivork’s home on the Jindirese road was turned into a mosque and named Al Farooq.
Kivork migrated to Aleppo due to the torture and pressure by the gangs.