After a year and a half of detention, the Turkish occupation authorities release a Kurdish academic from Marati prison – Afrin The Afrin Post reporter stated that the Turkish occupation authorities released today, Thursday, the Kurdish academic, engineer Muhammad Fahmi Abdo 63 years from the village of Khirbe Shara / Khirbet Sharan, from Maratti Central Prison / Marata, after an arbitrary detention that lasted more than a year. And a half.
The Kurdish academic was arrested on April 7, 2020 from his workplace in the engineering office of the local occupation council in the city of Afrin.
The Political Security militia of the Turkish occupation raided his house two weeks after his arrest, searched it and tampered with its contents.
On March 1, 2021, the Turkish Occupation Court issued a three-year prison sentence on charges of spreading racist spirit and inciting sectarian strife, charges that were repeatedly directed against Kurdish detainees in Baath courts.
Dr. Fahmy had obtained a verdict of innocence from the Turkish occupation court in Afrin on June 15, 2021, but the occupation authorities did not release him and continued to detain him until he was released today.

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