Turkey and the mercenaries of the so-called "Syrian National Army" occupied the cities of Serêkaniyê and Girê Spi / Tal Abyad a year ago, committing the most heinous crimes amid international silence indicating their support for these mercenaries.
The mercenaries supported by the Turkish occupation committed war crimes in the Serêkaniyê and Girê Spi / Tal Abyad areas, including rape, field executions, displacement, killing and destroying and burning homes.
Notable of Al-Fadhel clan told ANHA: “The UN and the SC are required to expel the Turkish occupation from the Syrian occupied areas, and strengthen their reports with practical steps on the ground after the facts had proven to the whole world that Turkey has committed war crimes for nearly a year, under tenuous arguments that have nothing to do with reality. "
Al-Raja pointed out that the occupation was not satisfied with displacement, killing, and the destruction of civilian homes and the looting of their property. Rather, it pursued the policy of the Turkification in the area by imposing the Turkish currency and identification cards, and he continued by saying, "These moves aims at the demographic change and annexation."
Al-Raja indicates that international silence continues to hang over the violations of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries, adding, "The solidarity of the Arab and Kurdish clans with the components of NE Syria is guaranteed to restore the occupied territories."
He stressed that the whole world is aware of the national cohesion that unites the Syrian components, "This is one of the most important reasons for the victories of the Syrian Democratic Forces against from ISIS mercenaries."
He stated at the end of his speech that "The only solution to the Syrian crisis and the exit of the Turkish occupation from all Syrian territories is the Syrian-Syrian dialogue without external interference."
It is worth noting that the 9th of next October coincides with the anniversary of the occupation of Turkey with its mercenaries, the cities of Serêkaniyê and Girê Sp / Tal Abyad.