Turkish occupation turns civilians' houses into military HQs

The residents of the village of Kimar are subjected to violations by the occupation and its mercenaries. The latter seized more than 15 houses belonging to the villagers and turned them into military headquarters.

The village of Kimar, located 8 km south of the city of Afrin, belongs to the village of Sherawa. It is an archeological village with several palaces and houses of archeological residence, including a dome with two peacocks drawing in its eastern side and a church on the southern side.

In 8 April, the Turkish occupation army, continuing its series of occupational practices and violations, began building the partition wall in the vicinity of Afrin from the villages of Kimar and Jalber, which belong to the village of Sherawa, reaching to the village of Mariamin, in the area of ​​Shara in Afrin after uprooting the olive trees belonging to the villagers.

Special sources inside the village of Kimar told ANHA agency that the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries seized more than 15 houses belonging to the people of the village of Kimar and turned them into military headquarters after recently building 300-meter span of the wall, which is 3 meters high.

(I, A) citizen of the village of Kimar told our agency that the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries prevented the villagers from going to their fields close to the wall area in the northeast of the village and using cell phones equipped with cameras, and they are confiscated if they were close to the wall.

The citizen (I, A) noted that the Turkish occupation took out a citizen of their house on the grounds that it is close to a military area.

According to the source, the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation have destroyed communication lines to prevent contact with the outside and forcing them to buy Turkish sim cards and network.

The Turkish occupation continues to build the partition wall in the villages of Maraimin and Jalber.

J.O

ANHA


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