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The Turkish occupation and its mercenaries are launching a campaign of arrests among civilians in the villages of Al-Madan and Mabruka in the Ras Al-Ain countryside

2019-12-15T17:25:59.153Z

Al-Hasakah-SANA The Turkish occupation forces and its mercenaries from terrorist groups continued their criminal activities against the people



Al-Hasakah-Sana

The Turkish occupation forces and their mercenaries from the terrorist groups continued their criminal activities against the people in the Syrian island area, where they launched a campaign of arrests and kidnappings of civilians in the countryside of Ras al-Ain in Hasaka Governorate.

A SANA correspondent reported that terrorist groups belonging to the Turkish occupation forces stormed homes in the villages of Al-Madan and Mabrouka in the Ras Al-Ain countryside and kidnapped dozens of civilians.

The reporter pointed out that the terrorist organizations have blackmailed the kidnapped relatives and demanded a financial ransom in exchange for their release.

In a related context, the reporter indicated that 20 modern Mitsubishi cars entered this border village via Sukkariya carrying more than 300 terrorists from the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation, and spread to the villages of Merkez and Jan Tamr, east of the Abu Rasin district, and they established installation points in them and raised flags and banners of the so-called Terrorist Islam Army.

The crimes of the Turkish occupation forces and their mercenaries come in the context of its systematic terrorist acts to pressure the people to force them to leave their homes in order to bring about a demographic change in the region and the housing of terrorists supported by the Turkish regime in the region, where during the past few weeks he transferred hundreds of terrorists with their families to the city of Ras Al-Ain and housed them in homes Civilians.

Source: sena

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