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Mazloum Kobani: Torture of Aras Khalil summarizes what Turkey claims



Mazloum Kobani, commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), said the international community had a responsibility to protect religious minorities.

 

Kobani tweeted on his personal page on "Twitter": The brutal torture practiced by Turkish factions in Afrin against Aras Khalil, summarizes the practical application of Ankara on what it calls the safe area in northern Syria.

 

He added that the international community has a responsibility to protect religious minorities such as Yazidis and Christians from the genocide in Afrin, Sari Kani and Tell Abiad.

 

The citizen Aras Khalil had lost his sense of hearing and perception and his gut was torn down because of the torture he suffered at the hands of pro-Turkish factions in ...
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A Kurdish man murdered in Nashville


Kurdish man Nashwan Malaka was fatally shot inside the Newroz Market on Elysian Fields Court where he worked Thursday night in south Nashville.

 

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