Occupation uproots olive trees in Afrin to set up a camp for displaced

Two days ago, the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries uprooted dozens of trees in the villages of Kafr Safra and Hajika to create a camp for the displaced.

The Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries have uprooted 150 trees in the village of Kafr Safra in the district of Janders, owned by Murad Agha.

According to sources from the village, the occupation army cut down trees to create a camp for the displaced.

In the village of Hajika, which belongs to Shiya district, the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries uprooted dozens of olive trees, each of which age exceeds 70 years.

On the other hand, the source said: The mercenary faction, elite, of the Turkish Intelligence is harassing the indigenous people in the village of Amara of Mobata district, with the aim of removing them from their homes, and resettling the families of mercenaries displaced from the city of Idlib instead of them.

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