Settlers affiliated with the Army of Islam militia seize four homes of a Kurdish woman in the Ashrafieh neighborhood. Settlers, who are part of the “Army of Islam” militia of the Turkish occupation, seized four houses belonging to an elderly Kurdish widow in the Ashrafieh neighborhood in the center of the occupied city of Afrin.
The Afrin Post correspondent reported that settlers from the Sabinah area in Western Ghouta in Damascus countryside, and belonging to one family called the Al-Sarran family, seized four homes for the elderly “Nazifa Ahmed” (78 years), from the village of Hajj Qasmo – Mobata district.
The “clean” female citizen used to live in one of the houses and rent the remaining three to Kurdish families from Afrin. However, these elements in the “Jaish al-Islam” militia expelled the Kurdish tenants and expelled the elderly female citizen “Clean” and took over the houses.
The female citizen moved to live with her son, and they filed a complaint with the Afrin Court, but to no avail.
Special sources confirmed to “Afrin Post” that these elements, along with their families, belonged to the terrorist organization “ISIS” during the organization’s control of the Al-Hajar Al-Aswad area in Damascus countryside between 2013 and 2018.
On March 25, 2018, thousands of militants and their families arrived in northern Syria after being evacuated from Eastern Ghouta under an agreement between the militants and the Syrian regime with a Russian guarantee. They headed to the Kurdish region of Afrin after the displacement of its people by the Turkish aggression and its armed militias and its occupation on March 18, 2018.