Civilian property looted by Turkish proxies in village of Laylan in North and East Syria

TEL TAMR, Syria — The looting of civilian property by members of the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army (SNA) continues in the Syriac–Assyrian villages around Tel Tamr in the Khabur River Valley in North and East Syria. SuroyoTV was able to document the looting by obtaining videos from private sources.

The video showed SNA groups stealing civilian property in the village of Tel Laylan, west of Tel Tamr along the M4 highway.

According to the sources, the looters belong to the Sultan Murad Brigade which has become notorious for its criminality and repeated violations of human rights.

Reports confirmed that the SNA groups raided civilian homes and stole livestock, mobile phones, and jewelry.

In October 2019, Turkey and its proxies in the SNA, a coalition of militias, several of them with extremist ideologies, formed and funded by Turkey, invaded the cities of Rish Ayno and Tel Abyad in North and East Syria, displacing hundreds of thousands of civilians.

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