Woman from Afrin abducted in Jarablus
War crimes have been committed systematically and almost on a daily basis in the territories occupied by Turkey in North-East Syria.
Turkish intelligence service (MIT) agents have abducted a woman from the Afrin region occupied by the Turkish army and allied mercenaries since March 2018.
The woman from the village of Mosako in Rajo district, identified as 27-year-old Sîlda Kemal Şêxo, was reportedly kidnapped in Turkish-occupied Jarablus city.
The kidnapped woman, a mother of five, is suffering from health issues, according to reports.
War crimes have been committed systematically and almost on a daily basis in the region since 2018, when Afrin was occupied. A complete terror regime has been established in the occupied area.
According to the human rights organization, 84 women have been murdered, more than 6 women have committed suicide after being raped, more than 1000 women have been abducted and more than 70 have been raped since Afrin was invaded. It is further reported that at least 216 women were injured during the invasion attacks.