PYD’s forcing people to migrate is reported
NEWS CENTER - According to a report which was prepared by some Syrian activists; PYD has been forcing Arab originated people to migrate by conducting attacks and arsoning the villages.
PYD’s persecution to local people and violation of Human Rights in Haseke since it got the control of the city in 2013 has been reported after a research and investigation which was mentioned in a campaign in the name of “Save the Jazire region of Syria from YPG” leaded by a group of Syrians who were exiled by PYD while they were living in Syrian city Haseke.
It is indicated in the report that attacks against local people started in the Arap villages and in Tel Nemr which is Haseke’s rural area named Jazire, left a lot of people dead dozens of people wounded and hundreds of people forced to leave their lands.
80 People’s houses were torched on the pretext of cooperating with rebels”
Numerous cases of looting and attacks in Tel Barak, Tel Nemr, El- Menacir, Tel Hamis, El- Yarubiyye are remarked in the report and it is also indicated that 60 people were killed and 80 People’s houses were burned on the pretext of cooperating with rebels during attacks in Haseke and thereabouts of Haseke on 22nd February 2014.
A lot of people lost their lives under PYD custody
In the report it is claimed that dozens of people including women and children are in PYD’s prisons over the allegation of being a member of ISIS. It is believed that many of those in the prisons lost their lives.
26 houses burnt in the village of Rahiyye es-Sagiyra
A large number of villages were reportedly attacked in the district of Tel Hamis in Syria on March 2014, in these attacks a lot of houses belong to Arabs were looted and 26 houses were burnt in the village of Rahiyye es –Sagiyra.
It is also pointed out in the report that 12 of 30 villages were completely burnt and residents of the villages were forced to migrate from the vicinity.
“We have the footage of burning of villages and houses.”
It is declared in the report that they have the footage of burning villages and houses sieged in the district of Kahtaniyye and local villagers were forced to leave the village.
“People are being forced to migrate”
H.A one of the notables from Cuburi tribe in Seddadi district said that, “A large number of people most of them Arab and Turkmen were forced to desert their lands. I left Haseke two years ago to get rid of persecution of Assad. Then we went back but now we flee from PYD’s persecution this time. Exactly 10 thousand people have left Haseke so far. We were being grieved by other rebel groups and government but now it is PYD’s time to persecute us. My family is on the other side with along the others most of them Arab and Turkmen who were forced to migrate.” (ILKHA)