Residents of Al-Bab countryside rise up against Turkish occupation – ANHA | HAWARNEWS

Similar to the city of Ain Issa, the Turkish occupation army and its mercenaries began digging trenches along the lines of contact with the Damascus government forces in the town of Tadef of the occupied city of Al -Bab.

According to sources in the region, the inhabitants of the city of Tadef demonstrated against the Turkish occupation, rejecting the practices of the Turkish occupation of digging trenches in their villages, in order to later separate them from the rest of the Syrian areas. .

Hundreds of townspeople gathered in front of the so-called military police station, where the Turkish occupation is based, and chanted slogans denouncing the Turkish occupation’s practices of separating Syrian regions from each other.

The city of Tadef is located in the eastern countryside of Aleppo, 38 km from the city center and 4 km from the city center of Al-Bab. Syrian government forces control parts of it, while Turkey and its mercenaries occupy part of it.

According to sources, the trench, which the Turkish occupation has started to dig, stretches from the villages of the city of Manbij through the villages of the city of al-Bab on the lines of contact with the forces of the government of Damascus, up to the villages of the canton of al-Shahba.

According to sources, the Turkish occupation has started digging trenches in the occupied village of Hazwan, which is adjacent to Al-Nirabiya village in Al-Shahba township, and the excavation process is expected to continue until ‘to the busy town of Azaz, on the Azaz-Afrin road.

Over the past few months, sources have confirmed the start of the construction of a concrete wall by the Turkish occupation that extends from the center of the city of Azaz to the villages of the occupied canton of Afrin, with the aim to separate the occupied villages of Azaz and Afrin from the rest of the Syrian regions.

Over the past two years, the areas of Al-Bab have been the scene of widespread popular uprisings due to the policies of the Turkish occupation authorities in the area and their intentions to separate the northeastern region from the city of ‘Aleppo from the rest of the Syrian regions. It is, because of its strategic location, to extend its hold over the rest of the regions.

The town of Ain Issa also witnessed new Turkish movements in the area and the digging of trenches along the lines of contact, reaching the villages of the district of Zarkan in the district of Tal Tamr to the north and east of Syria.

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Michael A. Bynum