Kurdish Autonomous Administration confiscates house of Kurdish National Council member in al-Qamishli city, al-Hasakah

Editing Mohamad Alaa | Translation Nouha Salti | Translation Editing Freda Hocaine 🕔 Publication Date: June 9, 2018, 6:23:20 PM wire POLITICSSOCIETY People's Protection Units

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The Kurdish Autonomous Administration (Rojava) confiscated the house of Fuad Aliko, a member of the Kurdish National Council, in the Halko neighborhood, al-Qamishli city, 74 kilometers north of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria.

On Saturday, Aliko reported that the Rojava housed two internally displaced families from the Afrin area in Aleppo, inside the confiscated property, which still contains the furniture, food and clothes of Aliko.

Aliko said that the house confiscated by the Rojava one month earlier was registered in Aliko's son's name in the special Rojava courthouse, adding that the Rojava refused to return the house even after he showed them the property deeds for it.

Aliko said that this behavior would not compensate for the lost property of the people from Afrin, affirming that he is determined to "expose" the behavior of the Rojava and its parties, considering their policies "destructive against the Kurdish people and cause."

People from the Halko neighborhood reported that Rojava cars came by the house the night before, accompanying two men and two children, who cleaned the house and left afterwards.

According to the Kurdish National Council, the Rojava imposes restraints on political activities. The Council organized several protests and demonstrations, demanding the release of its detainees and condemning harassments by the Rojava on the Council's members and headquarters in al-Hasakah.

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Editing Mohamad Alaa | Translation Nouha Salti | Translation Editing Freda Hocaine 🕔 Publication Date: June 9, 2018, 6:23:20 PM wire POLITICSSOCIETY People's Protection Units
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