The mercenaries of the Sulayman Shah (al-Amashat) imposed royalties on Sumac crop, which belongs to the people of Shia district in the Afrin region. The source pointed out that the mercenaries imposed on each family 10% of its crop.
On the other hand, al-Hamzat mercenaries were able to arrest dozens of cars that were carrying the sumac crop at the checkpoint of the village of Rabbana in Rajo district and imposing the royalties on them. The source pointed out that the mercenaries imposed on each car 5,000-15,000 according to the amount of the load.
On the other hand, the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries set fire to olive trees and forest forests in the villages of Afrin.
On July 20, the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation army set fire to the trees and forests of the villages of Qimara, SogKana and Aqbya, which resulted in the burning of a large number of olive trees, in addition to the forests located between the villages mentioned.
On the same day, the Turkish occupation army set fire to 3,000 olive trees belonging to the citizens of Rajo, whose names are Mohammed Sheikh Musa, Ahmad Sheikh Musa, Ali Shih Mustafa, Ismail Omar Kutou, Mohamed Ahmed Kalou, Anwar Bakir, Birm Kassem and Muslim Sheikh Musa.
On 21 July, the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries set fire to a large number of olive trees belonging to the villagers of Anqala and Sennarah in Shia district.
At the same time, the occupation set fire to the forests of the village of Kakra village in Mobata district, while the people rushed to extinguish fires and managed to control it. On the other hand, the Turkish army's mercenaries cut dozens of olive trees in the same village to take advantage of its wood.
With the aim of changing the demographic of Afrin, and the Turkish occupation settled more than 100 people, returned them from Turkey to the region, in Afrin. One source said that all returnees were not indigenous of Afrin people.
It is noteworthy that Turkey expels the displaced Syrians who have been displaced to Turkey since the beginning of the Syrian crisis, which was Turkey's hands, and return them to Afrin, in the context of changing the demographic Afrin occupied since 18 March 2018.