The violations of the Turkish occupation were not limited to its military attacks on areas in NE, Syria and committing massacres against civilians, but rather destroyed homes due to shelling with missiles and warplanes, and at least 300,000 civilians were abandoned and ended up in the camps.
Where the black ISIS cloud returned again to cover the sky of the city of Girê Spî/ Tel-Abyed and Suluk city of its blackness and injustice, with the occupation of the city, the features of the city have been changed, the colonial fangs of the occupation were exposed, the false arguments were dissolved and Turkey's goal was clarified from the background of the "safe zone" that it was claiming through its inhuman practices against the people region.
Displacement of indigenous people and the practice of demographic change
Thousands of civilians were displaced by the Turkish occupation to exercise demographic change and resettle mercenary families as did in Afrin city, as Turkey brought hundreds of families of mercenaries present in its lands to Girê Spî/ Tel-Abyed, and claimed that it had returned the indigenous people, in addition to bringing families from Azaz, Jarablus, al-Bab, Idmah and Hama province and settling them in the homes of the displaced civilians.
Hawar news agency (ANHA) has learned from its sources that the occupation worked to settle 180 mercenary families in the neighborhood of al -Lail and al-Gawish, who came from the city of Azaz, and entered the city through the border gate with Turkey, in addition to settling families in other neighborhoods and the countryside, in particular in homes belong to the Kurds who were forcibly displaced.
As over 500 mercenaries who were in direct contact with ISIS mercenaries fled to Turkey during the Syrian Democratic Forces campaign to eliminate ISIS in NE, Syria, to Tel Abyad and joined the ranks of the occupation mercenaries.
Not to mention the stability of ISIS women escaping from Ain Issa camp when it was bombed by the Turkish occupation air forces, in the town of Ain al-Arus and in the al -Lail neighborhood and, and the Armenian neighborhood and al-Jaser neighborhood in the center of the city of Tel Abyad.
Turkification policies continue
The Turkish occupation began to change the city's landmarks and historical civilization by changing the names of public facilities and schools, codifying identifying regulations in the Turkish language, and marginalizing the official languages of the components.
As it changed the name of the al-Alam roundabout located in the south of the city and its name after the name of one of its mercenaries, "Alaa al-Sawas", in addition to changing the name of the municipality roundabout in the city center to the name " Tayybah roundabout."
Not to mention the opening of a school in the village of Mishrifah al-Hawi, amid a military build-up around the school and its name in the name of the Turkish attack on the north and east of Syria, “Naba al-Salam”, and the delivery of books in the Turkish language to children.
In addition, Turkish flags were raised in public facilities, and the names of hospitals and official departments were written in the Turkish language.
And the matter did not end there, so the Turkish occupation issued Turkish IDs for civilians, and then everyone who holds an official identity for Syria is being arrested.
Practicing the policy of starvation and pillaging of basic needs
The Turkish occupation practiced the policy of starvation against the residents who are staying in the occupied city, and popular protests erupted in the town of Suluk, south of the city of Tal Abyad in particular, due to the lack of services and the loss of basic needs in the region.
These occupied areas are witnessing a tragic reality of the loss of electricity, the scarcity of fuel, bread and drinking water, in light of the looting and pillaging of the basic needs of civilians from stealing the wheat crop and barley from warehouses and silos.
The occupation has looted about 50 thousand tons of wheat and barley from al-Dahliez silos" south of the town of Suluk, Skhirat and Sharkrak south of Tel Abyad in addition to removing Khafat al-Salam silos known as "Qazali silos" from the service as a result of targeting it with artillery and rockets.
Civilians stand in lines in front of bread bakeries to obtain less than their needs, and this comes in light of the policy of repression and starvation pursued by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries against the residents of the region with the aim of emptying the city of its residents.
Kidnapped and killed
In every region occupied by Turkey, its mercenaries resort to kidnappings and murders to impose severe siege on civilians, with the aim of collecting money by paying a "ransom" in exchange for the release of the kidnapped, a policy that compels the residents of the region to be displaced from them.
After Turkey occupied the city of Tal Abyad, they started kidnapping civilians to demand ransom. The occupation also kidnapped hundreds of people from Serêkaniyê and Afrin, and their fate remains unknown.
Turkish mercenaries kidnapped in the first week of their occupation of the area, the two sons of Jalal a-l Ayyaf, the former director of Ain Issa camp, who are Hassan al Ayyaf aged 16 years old, and Abdul Rahman al- Ayyaf aged 18 years old, and they asked their families to pay 22 million Syrian pounds to release them, and their fate remains unknown.
In addition, mercenaries kidnapped 10 civilians from the Arab family of al-Bou Assaf, and demanded a ransom of 12 million Syrian pounds and two freight cars, in addition to kidnapping dozens of young men from the village of Eldadat, which has a Turkmen majority.
On December 4, 2019, a pharmacist was kidnapped by Turkey's gangs from al-Sukkariya village, west of Tel-Abyed city, because of his refusal to sell tramadol, a prescription medication supplement.
Mercenaries stormed the village of al-Zaidi, north of Suluk district, with 30 km 5 homes for civilians, kidnapped 20 people, most of them children, and displaced other families from the Arab component, in addition to storming the homes of civilians in the town of Ain al-Arus and kidnapping the youths.
In addition, mercenaries practiced riots in front of the world’s view, mercenaries attacked one of the shopkeepers Hussein al-Zamel from the residents of al-Jasir neighborhood after they owed 60 thousand Syrian pounds, and when the shop owner demanded to pay the debt, the mercenaries met him with insult and beatings in front of the citizens, and after that they brought their cars and loaded them with the merchandise, and they stole the money locker in the store, and expelled the worker there.
As the elements of the mercenaries of the Levant raided al-Tumahi and Khalil al-Shuwakh Communications, they kidnapped the owners of the tow shops for unknown reasons after they looted the contents of the two shops.
As part of the killings and field executions, the mercenaries executed Mahmoud al-Zahir 60 years old, and Barho al-Alou 65 years old in the village of Arida, north of Ain Issa district, for unknown reasons.
The mercenaries of the Turkish occupation also killed the young Ammar Hajji, who is the owner of a taxi-type taxi that the mercenaries took in under the pretext of bringing them to a specific location, and then the young man has been taken by mercenaries to wilderness and there they killed him in a brutal manner.
A prison for the torture of children
The Kurdish families exposed to pressure and oppressed by mercenaries, and imposed a siege on their villages, that had happened with the family of Muhammad Buzan Sayyid, who was kidnapped by mercenaries in the village of Jalka, north of Ain Issa district, and subjected to torture.
Muhammad's family remained under the rule of the Turkish occupation mercenaries, and they were subjected to torture, injustice, forced residency, and siege, and the mercenaries kidnapped 4 children from the same village between the ages of 13 and 15 years.
The family managed to escape from the village and reach the nearest point of the Internal Security Forces in Ain Issa district, but the fate of children from the village is still unknown.
Sources indicate that there are prisons and detention centers in several villages in Tel Abyad countryside, in which dozens of children and youths are subjected to torture and beatings.
Harassment of women
With Turkey's occupation of the city and the return of former ISIS mercenaries, the pressure on women increased, as they returned to force women to wear black uniforms and veils, and many women resorted to doing so for fear of mercenary practices.
Mercenaries have gone beyond this to harass women in al-Jasir neighborhood, and this is what the people of Tel-Abyed, who demonstrated against the mercenaries in front of their headquarters, did not silence, and they burned their headquarters, but their immoral practices towards women increased while the mercenaries kidnapped and led three women from the village of al-Hawija Unknown destination.
On the other hand, the mercenary mercenary Yara Ahmed was kidnapped from Ain al-Arus and severely tortured for being behind the bombings in the area.
In this context, the administration in Tal Muhajir camp, Fadia Sharif Khalil, confirms that the situation of women in the occupied territories is tragic, as women experience tremendous pressure and great constriction.
She indicated that she is communicating with women in the occupied territories, as she learned from them that women live in a state of fear and panic in the occupied areas in the absence of agencies that protect their rights and protect them from violations.
Several homes have been destroyed
Not only did the Turkish occupation displace the indigenous people from their homes, but rather demolished the homes of civilians in the village of Kormazat, south of Tal Abyad, by bulldozers.
In addition, the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation destroyed Fadel Al-Shibli's house with bulldozers in the village of al-Hawija, on the pretext that they possess weapons from the Syrian state.
“Come out, occupier.” The slogan of the people's uprising and clans
The people of Tel Abyad, especially Arab tribes, rose against the practices and violations of the Turkish occupation in the region, as members of the well-known Bakara clans were killed, attacked, and harassed by women.
Unidentified people wrote on the walls in the occupied areas, slogans demanding the exit of the Turkish occupation."
The people went out several times in Suluk city, al-Arus and Ali Baglia and the center of the city of Tal Abyad in demonstrations against the presence of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries, asking them to leave the area.
Citizen Fawaz al-Ali, of the Arab and expelled component of the city of Tal Abyad, says that the Arab tribes in the region reject the existence of the Turkish occupation and the violations of mercenaries.
He addressed a message to the Arab tribesmen in the occupied areas, and said: "No one should be silent in the face of violations of the Turkish occupation, with the uprising and the will of the people, the occupation plans will fail, and the tribesmen in Tel Abyad will continue to organize demonstrations demanding the exit of the occupier."
Sending mercenaries to Libya
In the context of the Turkish intervention in Libya, and the dispatch of Syrian mercenaries there to fight for the protection of Turkish interests, sources said that the Turkish occupation sent nearly a thousand mercenaries from Tel Abyad to Libya after being lured by money.
The occupation forces sent members of the mercenaries of Janha al-Shamiyya and Sharkiyah, Sultan Murad and Faylaq al-Majad, with a salary of $ 2000 per month, according to the information received.