For more than a year, the women of Afrin have suffered from the most inhumane practices of kidnapping, killing and displacement as a result of the Turkish occupation of the city.
In order to shed light on the practices of the Turkish occupation army and its terrorist mercenaries from the human rights point of view, Hawar human rights news agency interviewed the human rights activist from the Arab component in al-Shahba canton Nariman Hussein.
"During the Syrian crisis and the bloody conflicts, Afrin canton was considered one of the most secure and stable areas, and thousands of families from inside and outside the Syrian territories have headed to it, in turn, Autonomous Administration received them and secured them all," Nariman Hussein said.
She noted that the attacks by the Turkish occupation army planes and its mercenaries over 58 days against the people of Afrin is brutal and inhumane, which cannot be accepted legally, "and denounced the international silence on the Turkish aggression and its practices against civilians.
"One year after the occupation and violations of the Turkish occupation army, the brutality of Turkey and its mercenaries in the region are exacerbated against women in particular, not only by restricting their freedom and free women's return to darkness and slavery but brutally killing them," she added.
"Turkey's practices are the continuation of Daesh mercenary practices, like putting pressure on women's freedom and executing them by shooting in public, abducting women and violating their freedom," said Nariman, who has lived in al-Shahba and witnessed oppression and Daesh mercenaries practices for four years.
Human rights activist Nariman Hussein ended her speech by pointing out that through the media and communication with the people present in Afrin, they documented the violations and actions of Turkey and its mercenaries against the Afrin residents and women. She called on the International Criminal Court to expedite the expulsion of Turkey from Syrian territory and its prosecution for violations against women.