Turkish intervention in 3 major cities in northern Syria has created catastrophic conditions for the entire region, and has exacerbated ethnic tensions significantly in areas that were coexistent, safe and stable, in which the administrative government of the self-administration has succeeded in providing appropriate conditions for establishing development projects and supporting civil society, which has contributed to creating an environment Stable, and pushed the region to become a population and economic center of attraction and provided employment and development opportunities.
Now there is an urgent need for the European Union to do what is necessary to ease ethnic tensions and avoid further escalation, especially since nearly 600,000 residents have been displaced as a result of Turkish military operations while they are still forcibly displaced from their homes and prevented from returning.
We ask the European Union to move and stop following the policy of turning a blind eye, and to pressure Turkey to stop the settlement project that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues to hint at, because of the catastrophic manipulation of social engineering, and what it constitutes a blow to social structure and social stability. This is the summary of a report prepared by the Violations Documentation Center in northern Syria, dealing with the social, economic and political effects of the waves of displacement from the areas of Tal Abyad (Gri Sbei), Ras Al-Ain (Sari Kani) and (Afrin) as a result of the Turkish attack.
According to United Nations reports, and many reports of international and local organizations and our reports, and based on dozens of meetings that we conducted, war crimes were committed by Turkey and the Syrian armed groups that support them under the name (Syrian National Army), from field executions, to bombing infrastructure, and bombing schools Hospitals, kidnapping and arresting civilians, seizing real estate, property, land, crops, livestock, emptying silos and cutting water, as well as blackmailing residents for their livelihood and security and kidnapping for ransom.
The report was based on 45 testimonies, and it took three months to prepare it for investigation, collection, supervision, and communication, in which it also highlighted the tragic situation of thousands of forcibly displaced persons, the displacement of the indigenous population and the resettlement of the displaced, most of whom are families of the pro-Turkey militants, and the escalation that causes In the ethnic tensions, the differences between the local population, the gunmen – strangers – and the internally displaced families by protecting these militants and the power they have gained and seize indigenous homes and properties.
The report also highlighted, according to field testimonies, the discrimination faced by the local population as a whole, especially the Kurds, and that less than 4% have returned to their homes, under difficult conditions of persecution and subject to widespread discrimination, and they are with the rest of the local population a victim of many human rights violations committed by them. Pro-Turkey factions.
The report also addresses issues such as housing, work, property, government and community changes, political and security changes, and concludes with several recommendations that include the need for the European Union to act and pressure the Turkish government to correct its imbalance, calls for the United Nations to do what it must, and not Turn a blind eye to violations that amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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