TEHRAN Ankara-backed terrorists are torturing and harassing civilians at the refugee camps under Turkey's control in Northern Aleppo, resulting in demonstration and protests by the refugees, Kurdish media reported on Saturday.
The Kurdish-language Hawar News reported that Ahrar al-Sharqieh terrorist group affiliated to the Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) has staged a raid on the refugee camps in Northern al-Bab City in Northern Aleppo, arresting a number of civilians.
It noted that the Ankara-backed terrorists have tortured the arrested civilians, and said that they have also ask for hefty amount of money for releasing those detained.
Meantime, media activists in Northern Aleppo reported that tens of residents of al-Rayan camp which is controlled by FSA have started rebellion and protests near the city of Izaz in Northern Aleppo.
In a relevant development in late June, the residents of a refugee camp controlled by Ankara staged protest rallies in the city of al-Bab in Northeastern Aleppo as the critical and unfavorable conditions of the camp were deteriorating.
Hundreds of residents of Zoyouf al-Sharqieh refugee camp controlled by the Turkish Army and its allied militants in al-Bab city in Eastern Aleppo poured to the streets in protest to their poor situation, media activists in Northern Syria said.
The sources pointed to the difficult conditions of 200 families living Zoyouf al-Sharqieh Camp, and said that the residents of the camp are protesting against the acute shortage of everyday needs, including water, foodstuff, medicine and milk powder.
The residents of refugee camps in areas under the control of Turkish Army and its allied militants in Aleppo and Idlib provinces are facing very aggravating conditions.
Source: Fars News Agency