Invaders pillage Afrin’s history
The invading Turkish army and their allied gangs are stealing historical artifacts in the Afrin Canton, cutting down olive trees and continuing their atrocities.
According to a local source in the Badîna village of the Rajo district, the invading Turkish army and their allied gangs who want to destroy the culture and history of the region are stealing historical artifacts and remains from the Kitixe plains and the Sewiya village in the Mabata district.
The soure said the Turkish army and their gangs cut down olive trees to the north and south of the Sewiya village and that the invaders stole historical remains from the region.
The source said the Turkish army and their allied gang groups El-Munteser Bîllah, Mihemed El-Fatih and Ehfad El-Resûl conducted excavations in the Kitixe plains and took the historical remains they found to Turkey.
The invading Turkish army and their allied gangs had stolen many historical remains from the Marmaron ancient region in the Berade village of the Sherewa district last month.
Turkish invasion forces aim to destroy the culture and history of Afrin, and have already torn down various holy sites of the Yazidi (Êzidî) people.