Invaders cut down 7 thousand olive trees in Afrin in November
The invading Turkish state and its gangs cut down more than 7 thousand olive trees in Afrin in November.
The occupying Turkish state and its gangs continue to destroy the nature of Afrin, which was occupied on March 18, 2018.
Turkish state and its gangs cut down many of olive trees which belong to Afrin locals and take some of them to Turkey by uprooting the trees.
Afrin Human Rights Organization documented that more than 7 thousand olive trees were cut down in Meydankê village in the district of Shera in November.
Moreover, gangs affiliated with the invading Turkish army uprooted and stole approximately 350 trees in the village of Qızıl Pasha, in Bilbile district, on 19 November.
Based on uncertain data, it is estimated that the occupying Turkish state have so far cut down 280 thousand trees some of which were uprooted and smuggled to Turkey.