AL-SHAHBA- 200 Turkmen families who were living in Jarablos and Azaz fled the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries’ violation in al-Wa’er neighborhood in Homs, an Iraqi family also exited Azaz city and headed towards Kilis paying a sum of money of 7300$ to return to their country and get rid of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries’ threats.
Hundreds of Turkmen families displaced from al-Wa’er neighborhood in Homs and Iraq and they went to Jarablos in al-Shahba areas as ,with their mercenaries, they were carrying out a demographic change operation in the area, most of the refugees inhabited Zowgarah Camp in Jarablos and other camps in al-Bab and Azaz.
A source from Jarablos told Hawar news agency that since July 10, more than 200 families from al-Wa’er neighborhood people have exited and returned to their homes, after the tragedy that they have suffered at the hand of the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries, and although the Turkish occupation prevented them from exiting, they could flee.
The source assured that the reason of people standing against the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries is that the Turkish army forced them to hold weapons and fight in fronts against Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and the maltreatment which people suffered in the camps by the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries.
The same source stated that one of returnees to al-Wa’er neighborhood assured that they were obliged to exit their houses and deliver themselves to the Turkish occupation army in order to get rid of threats which state that they would be all killed. Moreover, in Zowgarah Camp, the refugees were inhumanly treated, and finally, the Turkish occupation army demanded them to hold weapon and stand against SDF or they would be badly treated inside the camp.
In the same context, a source from Azaz stated that an Iraqi family paid 7300$ in order to exit Azaz and head towards Kilis to return to its country and get rid of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries threats after less than two months of their staying in the Turkish occupation’s camps.