Over 160.000 family members of gangs settled in Afrin

The families of Turkish state allied gangs in Idlib are being settled in Afrin. Invaders have settled over 160.000 family members in Afrin to change the demographic structure of the region.

The invading Turkish state and their allied gangs continue the policy to change the demographic structure to erase all evidence of Kurdish identity and culture from the region.

As the Syrian regime advances in Idlib and takes over Khan Sheikhoun as well as other areas, family members of Turkish state allied gangs settle in Afrin’s districts.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), 160,000 family members of gangs in Idlib were settled in districts and villages of Afrin.

Sources in Afrin say the Turkish state allied gangs settled 1.800 people in the Mersewa and Miremin villages in Shera in the last two days.

Another local source said the invading Turkish army and their gangs settled gang families in the Bilbile district’s Heftaro, Zeri, Ebidan and Kirdo villages as well as Afrin’s border villages and villages in Jindirese.

A source in Jindirese said the gangs set up a military base in the Mihemediye village last week and have their families in the base.

Faylaq al-Sham gangs have settled dozens of members in the Qile village in Jindirese as well.