YPG/PKK continues human rights violations in Syria

Terrorist group kidnapped, killed Syrian activist who was protesting against group’s forced recruitment of locals
AL-HASAKAH/IDLIB, Syria: The YPG/PKK terrorist organization continues to violate the human rights in the areas they have managed to occupy, according to local sources.
Mohanned Mudhi, a Syrian activist, was tortured and killed by the terrorist group four days after he was kidnapped in the northeastern Syrian city of al-Hasakah.
Mudhi had been attending a protest against the YPG/PKK’s forced recruitment of locals in the center of al-Hasakah when he was kidnapped by the terrorist group, the sources said on condition of anonymity due to fears of security.
The YPG/PKK members surrounded the village of Yarubiye during Mudhi’s funeral on Sunday.
The terrorist group has been forcibly recruiting the young men between 18-30 in al-Hasakah, Manbij and Raqqah occupied by the group.
On May 20, shopkeepers in Manbij had staged a strike to protest the forced recruitment of dozens of youngsters by the terror group since early May.
In April, the YPG/PKK terror group announced that those aged 18-30 should join the organization till May 5, warning them of torture and brutality if they do not surrender. After the deadline was over, the terror group began to recruit the youngsters.
The terrorists had also killed two siblings in January.
The terror group captured Manbij, west of the Euphrates River, in August 2016 with support of the U.S.
The YPG/PKK is Syrian branch of the PKK terrorist network, which has waged war against Turkey for more than 30 years.
Listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the U.S. and the EU, the PKK has been responsible for the death of some 40,000 people.–AA

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