News in short: Turkish proxy militias cut down 900 olive trees in Cafrin, renew shelling in Mabbug, kill young man in Rish Ayno

News in short

CAFRIN / MABBUG/ RISH AYNO, Syria – Violations by Turkish-backed proxies against residents of the Turkish-occupied city of Cafrin (Afrin) are continuing, including robberies, arbitrary arrests, kidnappings, and uprooting olive trees. Local sources from Cafrin report that militants of the al-Hamzat Division uprooted some 900 olive trees belonging to the citizens of the Maabatli district in the countryside of Cafrin to sell them as firewood for heating in winter in Turkish-controlled Edleb (Idlib) and other areas.

Al-Hamzat Division killed a young man named Yahya Ibrahim al-Issa from Khirbet al-Hamid village, east of the occupied city of Rish Ayno (Ras al-Ayn), two days after he was kidnapped.

According to al-Yaum News, the Turkish occupation army and its proxies renewed their missile attacks in Mabbug (Manbij) on the villages of Al-Sayada, Umm Jalloud and Arab Hassan in the western countryside of the city resulting in tremendous damage to the civilians’ property.

Renewed artillery shelling has taken place between the Turkish-backed terrorist groups on the villages’ axis of Jahbil and al-Musherfa in the countryside of Ayn Issa. Meanwhile, mutual clashes, with medium and heavy machine guns, erupted on the axes near Aleppo-Hasakah highway.