Afrin Human Rights Organization: Turkey and its mercenaries kidnap 28 people in Afrin in 10 days

War crimes carried out by the Turkish state and its mercenaries, such as kidnapping, harassment, rape, slaughter of women and changes in the demographic structure are increasing by the day in occupied Afrin. The Afrin Human Rights Organization said in a statement that 28 people, including 11 women, were abducted in Afrin in the last 10 days.

According to the investigation carried out by the Afrin-Syrian Human Rights Organization, it was noted that 28 citizens, including 11 women, were abducted by the Turkish state and its mercenaries in the last 10 days.

The spokesperson for the Afrin Human Rights Organization, Îbrahîm Şêxo confirmed that “28 people from Afrin were kidnapped, among them 11 women.”

According to the data of Afrin Human Rights Organization, the people abducted in Afrin in the last 10 days are named as follows; Gulê Nûrî Reşîd, Mewlde Mihemed Cabo, Helîme Mûsa, Culye Asya and Mihemed Caro from the village of Gazê in Afrin; Ayşe Hiso Hemîd from the village of Baflorê in the Jindirês district of Ferîn, Ferîde Mihemed Hisên, Emîne Hemîd Henan, Şefîqe Mihemed.

According to the organization, a woman named Ayşe Mihemed was murdered by the Al Hamzat mercenaries in Humus headquarters.