Three more civilians abducted in Turkish-occupied Afrin

The Turkish forces and allied mercenaries continue committing crimes in the territories they have invaded in North-East Syria in violation of international law.

According to reports from the ground, the Turkish-backed Faylaq al-Sham mercenaries have abducted three people from the villages of Burc Qasê and Fafirtîn in occupied Afrin.

The kidnapped civilians were identified as Yasir Cuma Elo and Xelîl Ehmed from the village of Fafirtîn and Mihemed Ehmed Silêman from the village of Burc Qasê.

The kidnapped civilians were reportedly subject to violence in front of their relatives and their aftermath is not known.

Turkey has established a regime of terror and corruption in all the regions it has occupied, particularly in Afrin, which has been invaded since March 2018. Crimes such as kidnapping, execution, torture, looting, forced migration have become rampant in the city, which has become a hotbed for war crimes.

According to what the Human Rights Organization Afrin - Syria documented, more than 8,063 civilians were kidnapped during four years of occupation, the fate of more than a third of them is still unknown, and hundreds of them were released in exchange for a huge ransom.

More than 655 civilians lost their lives, including 498 people who were killed as a result of the Turkish bombing, 90 lost their lives under torture, and more than 696 were wounded as a result of the Turkish bombing, including 303 children and 213 women.

More than 333.900 olive trees and various forest trees have been cut down, and more than a third of the area designated for cultivation, estimated at more than 11 thousand hectares, has been burned since the occupation of Afrin.