11 women abducted in Turkish-occupied Gire Spi in a month
At least 11 women have been kidnapped by the Turkish-occupied Gire Spi (Tal Abyad) city of northern Syria in the past four weeks.
More reports are coming through of war crimes committed by the Turkish army and allied mercenaries in the regions they have occupied in North-East Syria in violation of international law. Bombing of civilian settlements, murder, torture, and abduction have become routine in the occupied areas.
According to reports from the ground, a woman named Uwêş Ehmed El-Uwêd has been kidnapped from the town of al-Ali Bajaliya in the Turkish-occupied Gire Spi (Tal Abyad) city of northern Syria. The woman is a member of the al-Bo Asaf tribe.
Previously, the occupation forces kidnapped Zelxa El-Hisên and Fatime El-Giûd on October 6, and 18-year-old Cewser El-Ebid from the same town on September 19. Before that, 6 women were kidnapped from the Hemam Tirkmen town and a woman from Siluk.
Reports say that at least 11 women have been kidnapped during the past one month.