The constant Turkish offensive in northeastern Syria resulted in the forcibly displacement of more than 300,000 civilians from their areas.
In al-Hasakah city alone, the Autonomous Administration allocated more than 64 shelters for the displaced, in addition to Washokani camp in the town of Twaina, west of the city center.
Stories of the forcibly displacement vary from a family to another. Many families’ homes were destroyed by the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation, or the so-called the "Syrian National Army," as the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation burned, looted, and destroyed hundreds of houses.
The Turkish occupation and its mercenaries are trying to fake the facts by deceiving people that the occupied areas are safe, but evidences and documents from the people who remained in their homes, and obtained by Hawar News Agency refute the Turkish allegations.
Majed Temo, a displaced from Serêkaniyê area is living now in one of the shelters of the Autonomous Administration, his house was bombed by Turkey. He said, "We were displaced from our homes because of the Turkish attack and bombing with aircrafts on our areas."
He has evidence that the Turkish occupation destroyed his house, which is a video taken by one of the people who remained inside the city, and Temo says, "Our houses have been destroyed and I have proof of that, which is a video that was sent to me by people who remained in the city."
Temo pointed out that the people who remained in Serêkaniyê area live a difficult situation because of the lack of services, violations and practices of mercenaries of the Turkish occupation. They loot, rob, destroy houses, kidnap people and demand a ransom in exchange for their release.
Temo noted that their living conditions are good and they will resist until they return to their areas.
He called on the international organizations to stand up to the Turkish attack and get it out of their city to return to their homes.
Sultana Sino, a displaced woman from Serêkaniyê area, who lives in shelters with her mother and sister said: "We were displaced from our house by the Turkish shelling, and one of the people who remained in the area told us that mercenaries of the Turkish occupation burned my house completely, and only walls remained."
Sultana Sino pointed out that the situation of those who remained in Serêkaniyê area is very bad. There is no electricity nor water in the city, and the treatment of mercenaries with them is bad.
Sultana Sino called on the international community to speed up the removal of mercenaries to ensure their return to their homes. "We will not return with the presence of mercenaries of the Turkish occupation there." She said.