Gangs abduct 16 people in a village of Afrin
The invading Turkish army and allied gangs abducted 16 people, including a woman, in a village of Afrin.
According to a report by Rojava-based Hawar News Agency (ANHA), Turkish soldiers and allied gangs abducted 16 people, including a woman, in the village of Qorta in Afrin’s Bilbile district 8 days ago.
Whereabouts of Cemal Ebdo Qoce, Menan Reşo, Mustefa Elî Horo, Yûsif Ebdulqadir Seydo, Mihemed Ebdulmenan Koço, Nûrî Izet Silêman, Eslan Ebdulmenan Koço, Ehmed Reşîd Horo, Behîr Horo Reşo, Menan Horo Reşo, Reşîd Mihemed Ibrahîm, Ibrahîm Mihemed Seydo, Ebdulrehman Mihemed Ibrahîm, Mihemed Horîk Horo, Mihemed Hisên Horo and his wife Elmasa remains unknown for days.
Reports suggest that the gangs are not allowing food access into the village. They have reportedly seized the properties of the people and are torturing the residents.
On the other hand, Turkish soldiers and gangs are not allowing the residents of Bilbile’s Kotana village to return home.