Not only restores ISIS, Turkish occupation also reinforces displacement, demographic change

The memory of the people of Girê Spi / Tel Abyad has gone back four years, and blackness veiled the camp as Turkey and its mercenaries occupied the city and ISIS returned to it, and in addition to the crimes and violations, the policy of displacement and demographic change which the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries follow: theft, kidnappings and starvation, but the people of Girê Spi did not stand idly by this time and announced an uprising against it.

The Turkish occupation and its mercenaries, in an attempt to isolate the occupied areas from the Syrian lands and annex them to the Turkish lands, practices the policy of abandonment and demographic change by settling the families of their mercenaries, contrary to what the Turkish head of state Recep Tayyip Erdogan claims to return the indigenous population to.

The events that took place during the week since the beginning of December confirm the intentions of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries in the Syrian territories.

Disputes erupt between mercenaries on stolen goods

Clashes and disputes broke out between Ahrar al-Sharqiyah mercenaries and Jabha Shamia in the center of Girê Spi/ Tel Abyad, after the theft of Kurdish family Mirzo shops.

Mercenaries stole the contents of the family's shops, and after that disagreements erupted over their sharing, which led to clashes between the two parties, which resulted in deaths and injuries between the two parties.

Attack on a member of al-Bukhamis clan; uprising against mercenaries

Al-Bukhamis tribe rose up against the theft and attacks that Ahrar Sharqiya mercenaries and Jabha Shamiya affiliated to the Turkish occupation in the village of Khirbet Al-Raz carry out, northeast of Girê Spi, following the attack on the shopkeeper from Al-Bukhamis tribe and stealing the contents of the shops.

The disputes erupted after a group affiliated with the mercenaries of Jabha Shamiya attacked a grocery owner of Al-Bukhamis clan named “Issa al-Abed,” after they asked him for a “gas cylinder” and for the lack of gas, the owner of the grocery apologized to them, but the mercenaries did not believe him, leading to row between them at the beginning, then it developed to using weapons by mercenaries, who indiscriminately pelted bullets in the area, seriously wounding a young man named "Mustafa Al-Awad", who was subsequently transferred to the hospitals of the Turkish city of Urfa.

Members of the clan did not remain silent about the practices of mercenaries, and the people gathered in front of the mercenary headquarters in the village of Khirbet El-Raz and expressed their anger and rejection of the practices of mercenaries.

Here again the mercenaries returned to spray bullets at the community, and accordingly clashes took place between the residents and the mercenaries of Ahrar Sharqia and Ahrar Sharqiya, which resulted in the death of 4 civilians and two mercenaries.

Popular uprisings continue and spread…

The patience and tolerance of the people in the occupied territories are depleted of the practices and violations that turned the lives of civilians into hell and brought them back to the time of the ISIS mercenary control of the area.

Consequently, the demonstrations and uprisings of the people expanded in the villages of Girê Spi / Tal Abyad and the occupied Ain Issa.

The people went out in the villages of "Ali Bajlih, Khirbet Al-Raz, Sukkariya, Mastour, Gire Spi, Al-Ma`bar neighborhood.

The mercenaries opened fire at civilians at the demonstrations, which led to skirmishes between the mercenaries and the people as a number of civilians lost their lives and four others were injured in the demonstration of the people in the village of Khirbet al-Raz, in addition to the arrest of more than 13 civilians.

Starvation policy

Life, water, bread and foodstuffs, in addition to the high prices, have disappeared in Girê Spi/ Tel Abyad.

Private sources from the region say that most of the food and commercial shops were closed in the area to steal the contents of some, and cut off roads to secure the materials.

On December 5, a footage posted on social media from the occupied town of Suluk east of Girê Spi showed a row of people lining up in front of one of the bakeries to get some bread after the occupation and its affiliated mercenaries have destroyed and looted most of the bakeries in the region.

The video showed a man talking and saying that they suffer from a shortage of all basic life materials, as they do not have bread, water, electricity and fuel, and it confirms that the occupation army and its mercenaries’ checkpoints impose exorbitant taxes on everyone who tries to enter the materials into the occupied areas, which leads to a lack of materials and high prices.

Homes destroyed

On the other hand, sources confirmed that the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation brought "bulldozers" vehicles to the village of Kuramaz, located in the south of Girê Spi, 30 kilometers away, and destroyed the homes of civilians.

The source pointed out that the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation destroyed a number of houses after they looted the contents of the houses, on the pretext that the children of these families are joining the Syrian Democratic Forces.

On the other hand, on December 4, the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation attacked the shop of the young Hussein Al-Zamil; assaulting and beating him in addition to insults, after looting the young man's place before his eyes.

School opened for children amid Turkish military mobilization; the area Turkified

The Turkish occupation exploits children in its endeavor to Turkify the region by teaching children the Turkish language instead of their mother tongue, in addition to writing informative signs for schools and public facilities in the Turkish language.

The Turkish occupation announced, amid a military rally, that the elementary school was surrounded by the opening of a school in the village of Mushairfa Al-Hawi in Girê Spi/ Tel Abyad and called it "Spring of Peace."

In the context, a special source confirmed that the children who are present in the school are the children of mercenary families settling in the area.

In the context of Turkifying the region, the Turkish occupation changed the signs of hospitals and public facilities in the region and wrote them in both Turkish and Arabic, and took the Turkish language as a primary language.

Stealing wheat and selling it to Turkish dealers

Immediately after its occupation of area, the Turkish occupation has taken to looting and stealing of the contents of Dahliz silos in Suluk, and Sakhrat in the north of Ain Issa.

The mercenaries of the Turkish occupation continue to loot wheat from the warehouses and sell them to Turkish merchants, while the region witnesses lack of bread amid the resentment of the people.



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